Weighs 162 g per shoe in jr size 12
217 g per shoe in size 3
Velcro available up to shoe size 1 lets them put their shoes on by themselves
Exclusive heel cushioning system. Guaranteed comfort and lifespan.
Flex areas and reinforced glue lines.
The sole design is the product of a lengthy research process conducted in our laboratories, combined with a special rubber formulation to optimise grip and traction. As requirements are not the same, we systematically search for the best compromise for use on muddy as well as dry terrain.
Get your child to try on both boots, standing up, with the socks worn for hiking. Check two comfort points: the base of the heel and the front part of the foot going down. Avoid all pressure points when trying them on. It’s a good idea to get your child to walk around the store. Gradually get your child to wear their shoes during your first few hiking trips to break them in.
On the internet, you can print the pedometer and check your child’s foot length.
What size should I choose?
For hiking, try taking one shoe size up from your usual to ensure optimum comfort when going downhill and to prevent your toes from hitting the toe box. Tip: keep your nails short and, before making your descent, check that your lacing prevents your foot from sliding towards the front of the boot.
The comfort of all our shoes is tested when trying them on and in use by typical users under the real-life conditions you will encounter in use. Our Mission Tests bring together the product manager with people who are not affiliated with Quechua to test, develop and approve the products.
Other laboratory tests are also conducted to validate the following elements: secure attachment of eyelets and straps, assembly, toxicology, UV resistance, abrasion of the sole and upper components, accelerated ageing.