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Help for a Pushy Parent?

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Mar 2014
3:43pm, 12 Mar 2014
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Have you tried in Bedford ? I haven't been in myself but have had them recommended
Mar 2014
3:48pm, 12 Mar 2014
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Wriggling Snake
I was just going to say John Lewis, I was in the one just outsideMachester the other day and they had all sorts. I couldn't believe it, they know middle class people.
Mar 2014
3:53pm, 12 Mar 2014
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Just tried nolimitz, Rosehip. They're currently a strong contender. Will traipse around with family at weekend. Always best to have a main and a back-up plan, just in case.
Mar 2014
4:21pm, 12 Mar 2014
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Try Aro Sports in Hitchin as well Frobester, I would be surprised if they don't do kids as they are well stocked and knowledgable. I used to go there when I lived in Letchworth. And Hitchin is far more pleasant than MK.
Mar 2014
4:29pm, 12 Mar 2014
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Cheers, Joopsy.
16 Jul
11:35am, 16 Jul 2021
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My partner is size 2 / 2.5 - yep tiny feet!

Shoe options are really limited with decent foam / uppers. I think there is only ascis and Nike Pegasus. I got her the pegasus 37 and she is really happy with them - quality is great.

I don't see the pegasus anymore but they seem to have other options.

If you join Nike Training app / mailing list postage and 60 day returns are free which might help if you can't get to a stocked store

Some of the other Nike shoes run a little small, narrow with a try on, it's possible a size 3 might work but for 2.5 options are really limited so far as I know
16 Jul
11:36am, 16 Jul 2021
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oops - just realised I am months late on this. Still any input on show options for small feet is probably a good resource :)
16 Jul
11:41am, 16 Jul 2021
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Months late? Try seven and a half years ;)

But - yes - an update on options isn't an intrinsically bad thing :)

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