Sunday, August 3, 2008

The third dimension

Dazee has a really thick foot. Unfortunately, children's shoes manufacturers only take two measurements into consideration when sizing for feet: length and width. What about depth? It's very difficult to find shoes that will fit poor Dazee. Our neighbor next door has the same problem with her kid. I bet there is a huge unserved market for children's shoes shaped like a puff pastry.

2 comments:

farnk said...

I believe there is a provision made for different foot depths: it is called a "shoelace." Have a nice day!

Cassandra Jupiter said...

Young children's shoes don't come with laces; they're mostly velcro for easy on/off. Still, her feet are so puffy that even laces won't help, she needs more shoe material.