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HI-TEC Meridian Jr children shoes are made to last

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Meridian Jr shoes for kids by HI-TEC
When it comes to shoes for my 7 year old and even the older boys I want durability. There are some shoe brands I will not buy and other brands I am happy to buy and price really does not have a factor. I learned long ago that a quality shoe is worth whatever the price tag may be. I can skimp to save on other things, but never do on shoes. To get a low quality shoe means having to buy multiple pairs before they move to the next size or result in your kids taking shoes off after school to damp and damaged feet from water soaking in or foot sweating through at recess or PE and staying damp all day. Brands like HI-TEC know what parents want for their kids footwear and offer many great styles for your child in shoes built to last at the prices are great!
This year, my son will start the school year with the Meridian, Jr. shoe from HI-TEC and I bought these just a half size bigger because I know we’ll get the usage out of them for a long time. They are lightweight and breathable with the synthetic nubuck and mesh upper construction. The laces leave a secure and snug fit and my son commented right away how comfortable they are. They are made with the Big Foot system (see the video below) which allows growing toes to have room. The traction at the bottom of the shoe is multi-directional and very durable. They range in size from 1 Youth to 13 Junior.
These make great shoes that should last the rest of the year unless your child hits a foot growth spurt. Be prepared like I was and grab the next size up. Once they are ready for the next size you will be glad they are there!
HI-TEC also has many great boots and shoes for the entire family!

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