I would take her to a running shop, they'll be able to help you find a pair that suits her.
agree with going to a running shop............if they are doing their runs on grass and short distances #she provbably won't need anything fancy..........which is a good job when you consider how fast their feet grow
Katrina..........you are so lucky to get a year out of shoes at that age...
a good fitting trainer of any make would work just as well ...and a lot cheaper.....a good running shop would be able to look at the childs trainers and tell you if they are ok.......
if you listen to the barefoot lobby that is in fashion at the moment.........i think the best footwear would be the old fashioned black plimsole..a couple of pounds a pair and they allow the child to run natyrally rather than all the cuwshioning ets that yoiu would get with all trainers including clarks.............the posh version of this would be from a runing shop with maybe some spikes
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