What the Kids Wore | Bobux Shoes AW17

Bobux shoes

If you’re a regular reader of my blog you will know that we are big fans of Bobux shoes. We have been lucky enough to review their shoes a few times in the past and have always been incredibly happy with them. So we were really pleased to be able to review some shoes from their new autumn winter range.

Bobux shoes

If you are unfamiliar with Bobux, they are a New Zealand brand which was started back in 1991 by Chris and Colleen Bennett. Bobux create shoes that are not only stylish but good for our children’s feet too. Bobux are a company constantly striving to learn more about healthy foot development and using this knowledge to design kids shoes that are genuine objects of desire for mums.

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There are some gorgeous styles and colours in the new autumn winter range, it was definitely hard to choose just two pairs! I really like the colour options for this season and some styles I would definitely recommend checking out are Nomad, Vault and Gloss – which I very nearly went for for Evie.

Stomp

For Max I settled on the Stomp boots in navy, but they also come in green and charcoal. I love the combination of leather, suede and canvas materials on this boot. I also really like that that they have elasticated laces and a velcro strap, which means that Max can put his shoes on and take them off without any help.

Stomp boots – £52

Outback

Both Max and Evie had the Outback boots last winter (you can read that review post here) and they have been worn to death! Sadly they have outgrown them now so I knew I wanted to get Evie some more. The Outback boots come in red, green and the gorgeous new colour bordeaux. Evie talked me into red in the end, although I really do love the bordeaux colourway.

The Outback boots have a zip fastening as well as an elasticated panel which allows Evie to put them on and take them off by herself.

Outback boots – £48

What do you think to the children’s new boots?

Thanks for reading.


*We were kindly sent these boots for the purpose of this post, however all opinions are my own*

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