Taking my boys shoe shopping is nothing short of a nightmare and I have tried to estimate their shoe size when ordering online – which usually leads to returns. Many returns. Well thankfully there’s now a way to find the perfect fit for little feet – every time. Squatchi® is the the first at-home device for sizing toddler feet. It works just like those shoe sizers at the stores, but its lightweight, durable plastic and low price point makes it convenient to size children’s feet at home.
Each Squatchi features measurement lines that range from size 2 toddler to 5 youth – ideal for use with children ages 1-11. Simply align your child’s heel against the curved end and draw a line just above the longest toe. The curved end is raised at the heel to allow accurate measurement and placement of the foot. Then pop the updated Squatchi your bag when you head out to the store…ALONE. Or do what I do and order from home!
Squatchi is one of those, “why didn’t I think of it? products.” Partners Amy Carabajal and Debra Rosenbloum transformed their great idea into a product in April 2012. Now these are two true sole-mates! (Sorry, I couldn’t resist).
Squatchi Kids Shoe Sizer, $19.99
– Lauren Dimet Waters
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