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  1. 5 Top tips for buying school shoes for your children

    Tips for buying school shoes

    We hope you are enjoying the school holidays.  At SoleLution we appreciate that shopping for correctly fitting school shoes can be a laborious task, but it is essential, so here are some tips to help make your shopping for school shoes experience a little less painful:

    1. Book an appointment or be prepared to wait!  August and September are some of the busiest months for those selling children’s shoes but first thing in the morning and late afternoon tend to be a bit quieter.  We pride ourselves on giving each customer the best service we can, and that includes those in front of you.  Last year we introduced an appointment system, which was so loved by customers as it made the "whole experience quicker and so much more stress free" and so are continuing with it this year.  Book your appointment at https://www.picktime.com/solelution.  We will a

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  2. How do you feel about your feet and the shoes that you wear?

    As said by Jimmy Choo, "The right shoe can make everything different"

    Mental Health Awareness Week 2021

    I rarely meet a customer who believes their feet are “normal”.  But what is “normal” where feet are concerned?  In my experience “normal” doesn’t exist.  Each and every one of us is different and so are our feet.

    The size of your feet are what they are!  We can be tall and slim, but have short, wide feet.  We can be short and not so slim and have long, narrow feet.  Or anywhere in between!  But it is not unheard of for a customer to insist they are one size smaller, as they don’t like the size of their feet! 

    You may have other conditions that impact the footwear you wear – one foot a different size to the other, bunions, hammer toes, plantar fasciitis, knee, hip and back problems, diabetes - to name a few.  This may make you feel that you cannot wear the shoes, sandals and boots, that make you feel like you.

    The shoes that you wear can make you feel confident or inadequate; they can enable you to do a certain functio

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