I really dig espadrilles, and so does my girl. Thanks to a friend's referral, I was introduced to this fun, stylish and comfortable children's shoes from Spain.
It's a constant challenge for me to find footwear for my kids that has both style and function, and affordable. Children's feet grow fast so it's not practical to buy expensive footwear, I have a budget. Of course I want their shoes to provide a good fit too, with soft quality materials that will be comfortable for them to wear all day. Cienta Kids Shoes manufactured in Spain is all that, and more!
What makes Cienta different from other kids' shoes:
- designed to promote and conform to the natural development of a child's feet
- crafted with natural, high-quality materials - entire shoe is built with porous materials
- special use of vulcanized rubber allows footwear to adapt to every movement and contour of kid's feet
- safe on any surface with non-slip grip rubber sole
- enhanced with scented, breathable in-sole paddings to minimize moisture for hygiene and comfort
I initially thought they were just like local espadrille sandals and sneakers. Frankly, they are not cheap. But I checked out the brand online and discovered their uniqueness, realized the price was very reasonable -- a far better choice than those popular, more pricey flip flops and rubber clogs! So I went ahead and ordered "the red shoes" the girl wanted, and another pair of blue Basquet Velcro toddler sneakers as a gift.
|Valenciana Sailor Espadrille @ PhP 1,300|
Sorry but my girl refused to be photographed since she said "it's still too big"... yes, she's correct. She's in between sizes right now so I opted to get one with more room for her feet to grow in. Her sweet-smelling, super soft and flexible striped espadrilles may have to wait another month or two but I know it will be her feet's next favorite.
|Basquet Velcro Sneaker @ PhP 1,400|
Cienta Kids Shoes are available in the Philippines via an online store and Facebook:
Cel #: +63916 479-0113
Note: Cienta shoes product shots taken from their Facebook album.
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