Geox Childrens Shoes and How They Fit

Geox Childrens Shoes and How They Fit

One of the most common questions we get asked about childrens Geox shoes is how they compare on size and fit to Clarks and Startrite.
Unlike Clarks and Startrite, Geox shoes do not have width fittings and they are made in continental sizes.

What Geox do is give the sole of the shoe a name eg. Ascari or Jocker, and this dictates the fit and width of the shoe in comparison with English sizes.

(click the image to expand)These sole units continue every season with only the upper being re-designed with different textures and colours.

For summer 2013 we have new styles such as Stark Q, a slim/shallow boys trainer to suit a narrower foot. Savage G continues, a great choice for boys with wider foot as it fits deep and is a G-H equivalent English width.


The popular choices for girls are Better N for a slim foot and Magica A which suits a wide/deep foot.

Our Geox childrens page has been updated with the fitting guide and all the relevant information you will need to help find the best possible fit in the style of your choice.

We hope this helps to make shopping for the childrens shoes a less stressful experience and don’t forget our expert fitting team are always on hand to offer any extra advice!

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