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Every insole we sell is tried and tested to work and feel great! To use KidSole, simply remove the insole that comes with your child’s shoe or place Kidsole on top of the stock shoe insole. Have your child stand on KidSole before putting the new insole into their shoe to determine perfect fit. When they stand on kidsole, mark where their toes land and trim the extra material from the top of the insole. Any household scissors will easily do the job!
Trim To Fit
If you need to drop a size down, there are guided cutting lines on the back of KidSole to follow. After your child stands on kidSole outside of their shoe, mark the spot and trim off any excess material. KidSole stands for quality. If you have any issues at all, we have an unconditional 30-Day-Guarantee! No matter how much your child uses the insoles or if you trim them, you will still get a full refund!
We Give all our customers who spend over $25 receive FREE 2-Day Shipping. If you spend less than $25 at checkout, your 2-3-day shipping is discounted to a flat rate of only $4.00. Depending on your shipping zone it takes 2 or 3 days to arrive. 2-Day shipping costs us $8.00. We subsidize your shipping costs to show you how much we care! Our goal is to get your insoles to you as fast as possible!
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