It’s back to basics again this school year – early morning alarm, cracking the books and keeping mentally and physically active after the summer lull. And nothing says “Back To School Essentials” more than those trusty black school shoes that you slip on at the beginning of the term, to go with your crisp new uniform. For a fresh start this school term, kids must pack the essentials and choose the best Back To School shoes to help them get into step with schoolwork and other activities.
For many parents and children, the Clarks brand has been synonymous with black leather school shoes. Not only are they durable, comfortable and stylish, Clarks addresses the needs of little learners’ growing feet and highlights the importance of well-fitted shoes.
Beat the season rush and mall crowd, and shop online for the new range of Clarks kids’ Back To School shoes at sssports.com. Here are some of our picks that will surely get the boy and girls excited for their first day of school.
The classic Mary Jane is a favourite among the girls, and the Ting Fever Shoe from their Gloforms range charms the little ones with glossy patent leather and a silver heart ornament. The shoe is both cute and durable with its rubber outsole, cleated grip, padded collar and anti-microbial Agion technology in the insole to keep kids’ feet fresh and clean.
Slide into the new term in these skater-inspired Chad Rail shoes for boys. It looks like a sneaker with its lace-up fastening, but it’s cut from durable leather. The shoe is hard wearing with slightly padded sections on the heel, with a jagged rubber sole, which provides great traction.
If you’re looking for a formal-looking style, try on the Deaton Gate black leather shoe for boys. The shoe features stitch detailing and a double riptape fastening that is perfect for easy on and off. It’s engineered with Agion anti-microbial insole that fights off microbes for odour control.
Be smart and dress well for class and #OwnTheSchool with these Back To School shoes in black from Clarks – now available at Sun & Sand Sports online. Remember, you can still register to join or vote for your favourite young athlete on our School’s Got Talent competition page.