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$10 off kids shoes at Stan’s Fit For Your Feet

You heard it here first!Stan’s Fit For Your Feet is running a kid’s shoes promotion March 18-31, 2018, where they are taking $10 off every regular pair of kids shoes (Birkenstocks not included). They have kids’ shoes at their locations in Glendale and Brookfield.

You can also take advantage of this deal online at using shopping code KIDS10 at

We partnered with them to try out their custom fit process while shopping for spring break and summer shoes, and honestly it’s a five star experience. I love when I can work with a locally owned store that is as well-run as this one.

My two-year-old Mae and I visited their spacious Brookfield location last Thursday, and our sales associate Mary Sue could not have been friendlier with her.

We headed right for the Kids Corner, where they sell high-quality comfortable kids’ brands like Keen, Plae, and See Kai Run. There’s also a fun bright purple bench and toys to entertain young kids.

Mary Sue measured Mae’s little feet one by one and brought out all kind of styles that would get her sweet toddler self through the warm weather season.

We looked at some metallic sandals and tennis shoes that it was almost impossible not to go home with, but we ended up with a sturdy, practical, and waterproof pair of Keens. Mae refused to take them off for the rest of the visit, so I think that bodes well!

I love that one sales associate works just with you during your visit to Stan’s. It’s such a customer-centered experience, and you’re almost guaranteed to go home with the perfect fitting and stylish pair of shoes.

I also went home with some seriously cute and fun shoes for spring and summer. I like to keep it simple, and I think I’m covered for almost all occasions with these three pair. (But don’t hold me to that!)

Have you been to Stan’s before? How was your experience? Drop a comment below!

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