Kepner Scott Shoe Company
Orwigsburg, PA

Sharon T-Strap in Red

The Red Sharon T-Strap is made of red leather and lined with breathable leather and cotton which work together to draw out any moisture. The structure of the shoe and the flexible sole provide stability without weight to support your child's early steps. Please double check the size charts below to pick the correct size.
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$59.00

Each pair of shoes is carefully crafted in our historic factory located in Central Pennsylvania.

Sizing Chart

 
Kepner Scott Shoes are based on traditional sizes.
Please either have your child fitted on a Brannock device or use our size guide below.
 
 
1. Grab a piece of paper + draw a line on it.
2. Put our child's foot on the line.
3. Mark where his or her heel is as well as the tip of the longest toe.
4. Measure the line between the marks.
5. Remember to leave a bit of wiggle room for socks. If in doubt, please size up by one half size.
  

 

On some styles, we can offer width options. Generally, a C is narrow, D is regular, E is slightly wide, EE is wide, and EEE is extra wide. To determine what's best for your child, comfortably wrap a flexible measuring tape around the ball of your child’s foot (the widest part just behind the toes). Match the number you get to the width below based on his or her size. If in doubt, size up by one letter. 

 

Each pair of shoes is carefully crafted in our historic factory located in Central Pennsylvania.

Sizing Chart

 
Kepner Scott Shoes are based on traditional sizes.
Please either have your child fitted on a Brannock device or use our size guide below.
 
 
1. Grab a piece of paper + draw a line on it.
2. Put our child's foot on the line.
3. Mark where his or her heel is as well as the tip of the longest toe.
4. Measure the line between the marks.
5. Remember to leave a bit of wiggle room for socks. If in doubt, please size up by one half size.
  

 

On some styles, we can offer width options. Generally, a C is narrow, D is regular, E is slightly wide, EE is wide, and EEE is extra wide. To determine what's best for your child, comfortably wrap a flexible measuring tape around the ball of your child’s foot (the widest part just behind the toes). Match the number you get to the width below based on his or her size. If in doubt, size up by one letter. 

 

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