Please note: APIS brand shoes are specialty items. Orders for APIS products may be back ordered up to 8-12 weeks.
The Apis 2684 from the childrens orthopedic high top shoes collection is the perfect example of style with comfort. The cute design of the Apis 2684 is adorable, but theres a lot more to it. These shoes are especially designed to provide extra cushion to your babys tender feet while preventing the accumulation of moisture and odor that makes them uneasy, thanks to the ultra soft footbeds and breathable outsoles. The most important aspect about your childs feet that you should be concerned about is the foot development. Your childs bones are being formed and their feet are increasing in size, making an adequate intake of calcium, vitamin D, balanced diet and exercise necessary. However, it is also just as important to provide their feet the proper support to allow their feet growth to take place the proper way. The Apis 2684 provides just that.The arch of the Apis 2684 is complementary to your youths natural foot arch to prevent it from diminishing. Wearing the orthopedic Apis 2684 featuring a high arch will omit any difficulties associated with flat feet that your child might develop. The midsole in the Apis 2684 will play an instrumental role in shock absorption by minimizing the impact that the childs joints and feet experience when they takes their first few steps. The extra wide toe box in the Apis 2684 provides plenty of space for the toes, so these adorable shoes feel comfortable to wear. The inserts are removable too.Here are some more features that you will find in the Apis 2684:
- Extra depth with 4 mm
- Removable inserts
- Elongated counter support
- Wide opening for easy entry
- Solid high density EVA midsole
- Non marking soft rubber outsoles
- Breathable soles
- Wide toe box
- A AFO Accommodation
- R Removable Footbed
- S Sever's Disease
* Based on the Features, this product may be appropriate for the listed Foot Conditions.
The information provided by Healthy Feet Store, LLC and Dr. Hurless is intended for educational purposes only and not intended to be used as a recommendation for a patient's specific medical condition, treatment plan or management of a disease. Please consult your healthcare provider.