Introducing how to use MIKI HOUSE Shoes. Please take a look at the product you have and check the applicable parts below.
Children can feel and grip the ground with their toes as they learn to walk with plenty of room for the toes.
The toe is slightly upturned to prevent tripping.
Designed to match the natural curve of the foot. Helps promote smooth walking, as well as shaping the arch of the foot.
Supports and protects the fragile ankle from impact, prevents leaning, and increases sense of unity with the shoes for stable walking.
The straps are designed to help secure the ankles and offer customizable fit to meet the individual needs of each baby, adjusting to their individual instep height.
*Some products may not come with all features.
First Shoes are designed to soundly support your toddling baby through their clumsiness as they explore. Using comfortable materials, a design that gently wraps around your baby's feet, and a slightly upturned sole, these shoes will promote natural, healthy walking.
Second Shoes are for babies who have just begun to run and jump, expanding their world around them. In comparison to First Shoes, the sole is much thicker, and features additional reinforcement on the toes and sides, all designed to protect the feet from impact. We also carry shoes in our lineup that feature anti-slip design with sole grips, and shoes that use athletic-shoes technology such as highly cushioned soles.
Our Kids Shoes include a wide variety of designs, such as casual, sporty, or formal, that fit a multitude of occasions. Materials, sole structure, instep fit, etc., may vary from item to item. Please wear the appropriate shoe for each occasion.
When selecting shoes, try both shoes on to test the fit. Regardless of the size on the label, the actual shoe size will vary slightly depending on the style, material, and construction. It is important to consider both fit and comfort while walking and to make sure that the shoes do not chafe or rub anywhere. There should be enough wiggle room for the toes and some space between the end of the toes and the inside of the shoes.
When trying on the shoes, align the heel inside the shoes and secure the ankles with straps and other closures, making sure that the feet do not move back and forth inside.
Proper care method depends on the material of the shoe upper (the part of the shoe that covers the top, sides, front, and back of the foot). To ensure optimal use, please make sure to care for your shoes accordingly.