Fitting Shire Kid’s Shoes for Three Generations

Most kids grow like weeds, so you probably feel like you’re buying clothes or shoes for them every few months.  A good pair of quality school shoes can seem expensive, especially when there’s uniforms, books and laptops to fork out for.  But, a well-made, well-fitting pair of everyday shoes can make a world of difference and are important for ensuring kids’ feet are supported correctly for all that running, jumping, scooting and biking they get up to five days a week.

Alan and Louise Green first opened the doors to Green’s Footwear in Cronulla in 1963 and for three generations this family business has been getting Sutherland Shire kids off on the right foot.

Mother of two, Lucy, is grand-daughter of the store’s founders and is responsible for the day-to-day running along with the team of experienced staff. Lucy said: “Locals love the personal treatment they receive when they come into the store.  They know that they will be looked after well and can expect to leave with a pair of shoes that not only are a great fit, but also feel positive about supporting a genuine homegrown family business.  There are not many of them around anymore and we are proud to be part of this wonderful community.”

Today Green’s Footwear stocks the latest high-quality brands such as Clarks, ROC, Harrison and Airwalk.  Experienced staff will measure and fit your child’s shoes, to ensure full comfort and support.  Or if you already know your style and size then you can buy online. With free shipping on school shoes. Afterpay is also available.

And, it’s not just about school shoes, the rest of the family is also well-catered for at Green’s. There is a full range of kids’ sandals, sneakers and boots as well as baby pre-walkers and first walkers. Plus, there’s fabulous fashion footwear for mums, with brands such as Django & Juliette, Frankie 4 and Skechers.

To browse the extensive range on offer at Green’s Footwear visit their website or pop into the store located at 45 Cronulla Street, Cronulla.

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