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Stores that carry narrow shoes for children

Updated April 17, 2017

Finding narrow shoes for children has never been easy. A few small, high-end shoe stores located in most cities usually carry a selection of narrow shoes for those lucky enough to live nearby. Fortunately, some major shoe companies are selling narrow children's shoes online.

Stride Rite

Stride Rite offers a wide variety of brands from classics like Keds and Sperry Top-Sider to celebrity-inspired footwear by Tommy Hilfiger and Jessica Simpson. The company prides itself on its reputation for selling shoes that properly fit a child's growing feet. For babies and toddlers, Stride Rite has introduced the S.T.E.P. System, shoes to fit at each stage of development: Pre-Walker, Early Walker and Off & Running.

Pediped

Pediped Footwear was created to be "the next best thing to bare feet," according to the company's website. The Originals, which were designed for a baby's first steps, feature cushioned, slip-resistant soles and soft, flexible uppers. Grip 'n' Go shoes were designed as the next shoe for active toddlers. The G2 technology includes a soft rubber sole with rounded edges, heel stability and a soft toe box. For confident walkers, Pediped Flex are made of fine leather and have a soft, flexible rubber sole. All Pediped shoes are designed for indoor and outdoor wear and offer protection and flexibility.

The Narrow Shoe

The Narrow Shoe partners with Zappos to offer narrow shoes for children. Brands such as Jumping Jack Kids, Birkenstock Kids, Birkis, Keds, Stride Rite and Bloch Kids are available. The website will redirect customers to Zappos' selection of children's shoes in narrow sizes.

Nordstrom

Nordstrom offers a few brands of children's shoes such as Jumping Jacks and Sperry Top-Sider. Sizes are available in baby, walker, toddler, little kid and big kid. Shoes may be purchased at any of the store's locations or on its website.

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