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Back-To-School with Payless #Giveaway

One of the most important things for me when back-to-school shopping is to find a good pair of shoes for my daughter. My daughter is very tall and has thin long feet. I want her to have a pair of shoes that she likes, that fit her foot well and are comfortable, but I don’t want to break the bank. Her feet are growing so fast that I like to find good shoes for a good price.

Payless has a “Mom’s Advantage” program. This program is awesome because it really means hassle-free shoe shopping.

  • Great brands/styles like Champion and SmartFit offered an affordable price, starting at just $12 a pair.
  • Kids feet are measured with a Brannock device for an accurate, healthy fit.
  • Many styles come in extended sizing – as high as youth size 6 (equivalent to women’s size 8 and men’s size 6). That’s important because lots of kids have adult-size feet, but moms don’t want to pay adult pricing.

My daughter got a pair of Girls’ Dancy Runners for back-to-school. She loves that that they have purple on them and that the elastic on the top sparkles.

Although my daughter knows how to tie laces, I love that these have a velcro closure. She tends to take her time when getting ready, so anything that helps speed up the process is a bonus for me!

Giveaway Moment:

Payless Shoes is offering one Canadian Mommy Moment reader a pair of shoes just in time for Back-To-School.

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Angela hotchkiss

Sunday 23rd of September 2012

They have to fit properly and be able to stand up to the wear and tear.


Sunday 23rd of September 2012

the fit is the most important.

Alexandra Clatterbuck

Sunday 23rd of September 2012

I look for shoes that are well made and are going to last. My daughter is really active and can ruin a pair of shoes faster than you can blink!

Sherry F

Sunday 23rd of September 2012

I look for well made, non marking shoes.

Myra R

Saturday 22nd of September 2012

to make sure they fit well and they dont have black bottoms they have to be skidless or w.e its called.. so it doesnt leave marks on the school floors.