Every parent and every child has different taste in shoes but when it comes to kid’s shoes, comfort is the key. And when you look for fashionable and still comfortable shoes the BucketFeet is probably the best shoe that can match every taste and mix with every style.
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Kids love to wear cool outfits that are matching with their parents. With BucketFeet it is easy to create the perfect ensembles when you match the color scheme to your child’s, but you both wear different patterns or stripes. And as for a mom, what can you enjoy more than finding a comfortable outfit and a way to keep up with your infant or toddler fashionable look.
We tried out those two pairs of BucketFeet shoes for myself and my daughter and were happy to discover, they were really as comfortable as as they looked. Our favorite thing about those pairs of sneakers is that they are funky yet completely functional. They are so fun to look at and we loved the playful print design. An extra point, the BucketFeet shoes are designed by artists from all around the world.
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