Trux Boys Black Easy Fasten Shoe in Black


  • Outer Material: Synthetic
  • Inner Material: Textile
  • Sole: manmade
  • Closure: Hook & Loop
  • Heel Height: 1.5 centimeters
  • Heel Type: Flat
  • Shoe Width: Medium
SKU: B0827YWQD5 Categories: , Tag:


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Get your lit­tle one ready and prepped for going Back to School with a pair of these boys black easy fas­ten shoes by Trux. They pro­vide two easy fas­ten straps for quick and easy fit­ting, fine stitch detail­ing, a round­ed toe front, gripped out­er sole and a com­fort­able insole to ensure last­ing com­fort. For up to 1 years old we would rec­om­mend infant size 3–4, 2 year olds a size 5–6, 3 year olds a size 7–8, 4 year olds a size 9–10, 5 year olds a size 10–11, 6 year olds a size 11–12, 7 year olds a size 12–13, 8 or 9 year olds a size 1–2 and 10–11 year olds a junior size 3–4.

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Date First Available

19 Jun. 2014








  1. rodrattt

    19 DAYS OF USE — SEE THE PHOTOS. SHOEZONE THINK THIS IS ACCEPTABLE. ASDA SHOES ARE FAR BETTER!I’ve been buy­ing school shoes for a long time, I’ve just got one child fin­ish­ing soon. Com­bined I’ve got 15 years of school shoe buy­ing expe­ri­ence.- these Shoe­zone shoes start­ed use at school on 3 Sep­tem­ber 2020- after 19 school days they looked like the pic­tures, total­ly bro­ken- con­tact­ed cus­tomer sup­port on 4 Octo­ber 2020- Shoe­zone ‘Qual­i­ty Con­trol’ say no refund on 13 Octo­ber 2020 because the qual­i­ty is fine- I appealed but Ama­zon but Shoe­zone are stand­ing by the qual­i­ty of their shoes, no refund­Points to note:- no rainy days where shoes got soaked- not dried on radi­a­tor or put through wash­ing machineThis was lit­er­al­ly 19 days of use.Apparently Shoe­zone thinks that the mate­ri­als used for these shoes is fine and this is all nor­mal wear and tear! This means the shoes you will buy will be the same ‘qual­i­ty’ of mate­ri­als and will also last as long as about the same as if they were made of tissues.Buyer beware right here people.My per­son­al feel­ing is a) my son is not the Hulk and b) these shoes are NOT FIT FOR PURPOSE.For com­par­i­son — Asda shoes cost about £15. These cost me £10. Asda shoes will last eas­i­ly 2–3 terms. So doing some weird maths Asda shoes cost 50% more than Shoe­zones but will last at least (2 terms) 300% longer.I know who I’m nev­er buy­ing shoes from again. How about you?

  2. Mrs Mig­gins

    Appalling qual­i­ty- avoid!Bought these in lock­down #3 while shops were shut and son need­ed for school under key­work­er pro­vi­sion. They seemed com­fy and I’d lost the will to live return­ing shoes to Marks by then, which is why we kept them rather than oth­er options; wish I hadn’t both­ered. The qual­i­ty is dread­ful. After just a few weeks of wear, the sole has huge holes in it and the toes are also com­ing away. For a lit­tle more mon­ey, I should have per­se­vered and got some­thing bet­ter else­where. Very disappointing.

  3. Mrs Tuck­er

    Poor build qual­i­tyCame quick­ly cor­rect size sent.But son wore for one week at school and I had to throw away. Toe pro­tec­tion none exis­tent and left sole detatched. I had only want­ed to fin­ish off part of a half term, three weeks, but qual­i­ty was extreme­ly poor.

  4. Ama­zon Customer

    Smart*** update***We are now com­ing to the new term and I’m well impressed. Going to order­ing more due to being a big­ger size how­ev­er they have last­ed longer than the last 3 pairs hes had in a year that cost more than £20 a pair. Well worth the mon­ey if your kids can’t look after shoes***(Look real­ly smart for the mon­ey was shocked. First day of wear­ing them. On aver­age my sons shoes are last­ing him 2 months at school before he scuffs them so if they last longer than that ill be happy

  5. Mrs C

    Bril­liant for lit­tle “foot­baller“This is the third time I have bought these. My son enjoys lots of foot­ball dur­ing the school break times, invari­able on wet, mud­dy grass. These hold up just as well as much more expen­sive brands! They are com­fort­able, hold their shape and so quick and easy to replace when need­ed (in my case — reg­u­lar­ly). Nev­er again will I spend £30/40 on a pair of school shoes! Highlyvrecommend

  6. jeremy/kelly

    Hard wear­ingMy boy is a typ­i­cal boy and goes through shoes like no body’s busi­ness he kills shoes in weeks !!! These seem to be hold­ing up nice­ly and­What I like about them is there a shoe/trainer and he can use them for pe tooso only need one pair of shoes for all school activ­i­ties. He com­plains about shoes being to tight as he has wide feet and the only time he com­plained was when he first put them on. he loves them, I am a lit­tle bit of a shoe snob I won’t lie but as he’s a boy and I can not afford to keep shelling out £40/50 a pair for him to kill, these are a fan­tas­tic alternative 😉

  7. miss grant

    OkShoes were OK, look a bit cheap but the sell­er isn’t good, took 2 weeks after I returned the prod­uct to get a refund and still then, ama­zon had to refund me because the sell­er didnt.

  8. Stal­is­crete

    Great val­ue kids school shoes.Great shoes for school, his Clarke’s ones got a hole in from play­ing foot­ball and we were in lock­down 2 so no shops were open. Could nev­er find size in super­mar­kets so I thought I’d try these.Bargain price and I’d rather replace every cou­ple of months if needed.He says they are com­fort­able and has had no blis­ters from wear­ing them in.

  9. Bob Twain

    Did­n’t last 1 termTbf these were very cheap shoes. On the plus side, my son liked them and thought they were comfy.I chose these as a cheap stop­gap as he need­ed school shoes for his last term at pri­ma­ry school. He grows so fast that I want­ed to wait until near­er the time to get him new shoes for high school, so I bought these. They have last­ed approx­i­mate­ly half the term. (And that is with him walk­ing around with a gap­ing hole in them for the last week or two.) They’re already in the bin, but they look like the oth­er pho­tographs. Bits of them seem to have sim­ply torn off! I tried them on myself (for a laugh) and found them weird. Very loose feel­ing. Not much like a shoe at all. It’s all been a bit odd. Any­way, if you need some cheap shoes for about 3 weeks, these are what you want. Any­thing more than that, spend a bit more, or it’ll be a false economy.

  10. Lalala

    Ter­ri­ble qual­i­ty, spend a lit­tle extra!Last­ed around 2 weeks before they had a large hole at the front right the way through. I wasn’t expect­ing much as they are cheap but the qual­i­ty is absolute­ly ter­ri­ble. After 3–4 days of wear they are com­plete­ly scuffed and look horrible.

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