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The best new trainers for children

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Kids’ rainbow hi-tops (£34.50 - £39.50, boden.co.uk)

Don’t worry about faffing with laces: these breathable canvas boots have a clever side zip.
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Kids’ hi-tops (sizes 4-13 infant, 1-4 adult, from £11, tuclothing.sainsburys.co.uk)

We like the minimalist look of these little hi-tops. No fuss, no frills, just comfort and durability.
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Kids’ Club Halcy plimsolls (£22, clarks.co.uk)

With tough toe-caps, a bumper sole and rip-tape straps, kids will love these sneakers (and they come in half sizes too).
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Kids’ canvas plimsolls (£18, next.co.uk)

Animal print, glitter, denim: we’re sold, and so will your little one be, guaranteed. In a range of fabrics, colours and sizes, there’s bound to be a pair that fits.
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Kids’ hi-tops (£25, monsoon.co.uk)

Oh, these are adorable! What little girl doesn’t want a little sparkle on her sneakers? Fab with tights and a pinafore.
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Kids’ Club Skate (£24, clarks.co.uk)

Skater shoes are so simple for little hands to slip on and off, and the camouflage print on these adds a little edge.
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Hi-tops (£11, tuclothing.sainsburys.co.uk)

Dinosaurs are all the range this spring, so let your little one stomp around in these monster hi-tops. 
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Floral canvas shoes (£10, mothercare.com)

Super practical but totally cute, covered in this season’s floral design. Perfect with a pinafore. 

From rainbow brights to practical skater shoes, this spring there are loads of funky footwear to choose from for your little one. Perfect for adventures out and about, we’ve chosen some of our favourites from the high street, so your toddler can concentrate on the important stuff - exploring - while looking great. 

 
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