Please be aware that as a very small 2-persons business, we have no means to dispatch orders while on holiday.

As most of families with children, we want our families to have a chance to use half term breaks for holidays.

Because of that, we will be having a business break between 11th and 23rd February 2022 and any orders placed between those dates

will be dispatched right after the 23rd.

We apologise for the inconvenience but appreciate your understanding.

Eva and Maggie,

The Applefit Team


Here at Applefit we are proud to stock not only beautiful baby and toddler shoes but above all, best quality shoes, which support healthy growing of your baby's feet.

You may not be aware of those important features, so lets list some of the crutial things you need to look out to when purchasing a fresh pair of toddler footwear.

First of all, babie's shoes need to be lightweight and flexible.

The soles should be made our of material which is bendy but also with some resistance to prevent slipping. Our shoe brands use very high quality rubbers.

Little childrens ankles are not yet developed and they should be stabilised with a slightly raised collar.

Make sure that toe box is wide enough to provide growig room for those wiggly toes.

Velcro fastening is quick and easy, but laces provide better adjustment and snuggle fitting. Its a better option to Velcro if your baby is tempted to play with the shoes, which may result in loosing them! (you can double-tie the laces)

Pay attention to fabric/material the shoes are made out of.. Most of our rangest are made out of real leather hence offering good breathibility.

Hope you find this information useful and will find a perfect pair for your child here at Applefit Baby Boot-ik :-)

PS. As always, we would love to see where our shoes made their home :) Please feel free to share some photos to our social media pages on Instagram and Facebook and tag us in.


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