Stride Rite Announces Adaptive Sneakers for Kids With Disabilities
[Source: The Mighty]
Stride Rite, a leader in the children’s footwear industry, unveiled its first-ever adaptive sneakers for kids with disabilities. The new shoe, called Journey, is designed to accommodate orthotics, braces and extra wide widths, and features longer laces and adjustable straps, removable insoles, and a pull tab to get on and off easily. The sneaker is being launched as a part of the company’s Project Fit Rite, to “let kids focus on one thing: just being kids.”
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