Boys brown/navy leather boot with under layed toe detail. Hand made in England from the finest materials including high quality Italian leather. Fully lined with the softest leather for your child to experience the ultimate in foot comfort. Velcro strap fastening.
This shoe is handmade by Ickle Shooz in England by the Little Shoe Company. A company with over 30 years manufacturing experience.
Ickle Shooz 1st walkers are made using the finest materials available of which high quality Italian leather is the main component. All Ickle Shooz are also fully lined with the softest leather for your child to experience the ultimate in foot comfort.
Ickle Shooz 1st walkers are developed, designed and made in Market Harborough, Leicestershire (Leicester has a heritage for manufacturing high quality footwear and at one time was a major world centre of footwear excellence).
1st walkers are your child's first pair of ‘proper shoes’ to provide comfort and support over that transition period from crawling to walking and should be as light and flexible as possible for comfort and protection yet soft enough as to not restrict growth and foot development. Ickle Shooz 1st walkers are constructed without the use of a rigid insole which is associated with conventional footwear - instead, a light flexible inner sole is stitched to the upper before the shoe is presented to the last to form the final shape (A last is a mould of the foot which shapes the shoe into its final shape. Ickle Shooz has developed it’s last shape from many years of experience in conjunction with the UK’s leading last manufacture to produce a generous ‘F’ width fitting and conforms to criteria set by SATRA (the world’s leading organisation for technology and research for footwear).
Every pair of Ickle Shooz are carefully cut by hand, skilfully stitched and hand lasted with care for your child.
The width of the shoes are standard F (fits 80% of children) and available in the following sizes:
We hope you are delighted with your purchase of Ickle Shooz and hope you keep them as a keep sake for your child’s first pair of proper shoes.