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Plantar support?


The manufacturing techniques of children’s shoes have evolved as well as orthopedics. This is why it is not seen as necessary to expect plantar support for baby’s shoes. At birth, the baby’s foot, seemingly flat, actually has a small lump of grease under the bony arch of the foot, which is a natural plantar support. At this age, adding an artificial support is not justifiable as it could squash this arch. This would be going against nature. Progressively with the growth and the reinforcement of the muscles and the tendons of the foot, the lump of grease disappears. The arch eventually appears around the age of four. Its only at this point that we are able to see it the child has flat feet and needs plantar support. The small vertical uprising which we find in the sole is called “cambrion”, it’s function is to prevent any subsiding of the foot and makes sure the foot is well positioned inside the shoe.
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