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Stylish kids can put their fashionable foot forward in these full-grain leather trainers. Featuring a criss-cross quick-fastening strap - which adds visual appeal and makes them easy to remove - the breathable design will keep feet comfy and cosy thanks to the inclusion of GORE-TEX® and a direct-injected PU foam sole for extra support and cushioning.
Fresh, urban-influenced mid-cut kids' trainers in full-grain leather
GORE-TEX® construction keeps feet dry no matter the weather
Direct-injected PU foam and foot-fitted last provide support and cushioning for the feet
Breathable textile lining keeps feet from getting overheated
Trend-led design makes a bold fashion statement
At ECCO we are committed to make your online shopping experience as easy as possible. The best way to make sure that you order the right size is to measure your child's feet and then compare it with the size chart below to find the appropriate size. Please follow these 4 simple steps to accurately measure your child's feet:
|To measure your child's feet from heel to toe, all you need is a piece of paper, a pen and a ruler.||Place the paper on the floor against a wall. Put the foot on the piece of paper, with the heel against the wall.||Mark the longest part of the foot on the paper. Repeat for both feet since it is common to have different feet length.||Measure the distance and compare it with the size chart below. Use the measurement of the longest foot when choosing what size to order.|
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According to the ECCO fit, a shoe should feel snug in the instep and loose in the forefoot. To demonstrate this, grab your hand in front of the wrist, so your fingers feel tight/locked. Conversely, hold around the wrist and you’ll discover how free and easily the fingers can move, which is precisely how the foot should feel.
The rule of thumb is that there should be a total of 1,5 cm. from the tip of the toe to the end of the shoe. That extra space allows for 3 things:
Check the shoe fitting by measuring the length of the foot on the insole allowing 1,5 cm. extra space. More or less space and the shoe is either too big or too small.
Choosing lightweight materials is of high priority in: lining, foam materials and the outsole. Reducing weight means gaining comfort for the feet.
The ECCO outsoles are made of hardwearing PU or rubber, strong and very durable, with flexibility and a natural grip. Heel and toecaps are strenghtened for durability.
The heel structure is based on ECCO’s Dynamic Energy Concept, providing a shock-absorbing effect, which reduces the impact of running and jumping on heels, knees and back.
To help the foot develop as naturally as possible from heel to toe, ECCO outsoles are made of soft and flexible materials such as Freon-free PU and natural latex rubber. Extreme flexibilty – matching the feet.
Softness in every detail: the tanning of the leather, the ECCO Comfort Fibre System™ inlay sole, the midsole, the advanced shock-absorbing construction – combined with a flexible outsole. Comfortably soft from day one!
Extreme conditions call for extreme solutions. ECCO’s thermal lining is designed to keep the feet warm and dry.
ECCO is a world leader in manufacturing foowear guaranteed to keep the feet dry in all weather. ECCO exclusively uses a GORE-TEX® membrane that allows the feet to breathe while keeping them dry. Sweat and condensation are transported out through the membrane, without moisture coming in.
While other shoe companies are obsessed with shoes, our obsession is with the foot. How it works. How it responds. How it absorbs. How all fifty-two bones and fifty-six joints are capable of moving you. And how our shoes need to mould to the foot, not the other way round. Especially with children’s feet still growing and therefore sensitive to pressure and load, our last, our use of soft leather and our unique flexible and light soles are crucial to support a correct development of the child’s natural freedom of movement. A freedom that makes them fit for being kids … active, curious, exploring and inventive.
That is why it is important to allow the bones and muscles in the foot to develop free and unrestricted. It is easy to spot a jacket that’s too small, but it is unlikely to get any lasting damage from that. With shoes it’s different. If it is too small or fits badly, the soft bones of the foot inside will tend to adopt the shape of the shoe, possibly leading to all sorts of problems in the future.
And there are huge differences in the shape of an infant’s foot, a child’s foot and a junior’s foot, how they grow, how they change, differences that need to be reflected in our shoe construction.