Kids shoes

Major brands:


Payless Shoe Source

Very affordable (not to say cheap) with some kind of style.

Good surprises for kids (like sneakers or sandals) and teenagers.

The brand has sometimes temporarily collections developped by some famous designers, the same way H&M had Jimmy Choo shoes recently.

2675 Geary bd 

1563 Sloat bd -- Lakeshore Plaza

4570 Mission street

2656 Mission street

934 Market street

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Top casual collection @ pretty low prices (30 to 50$).

Traditional sneakers, but the brand is also well known for funny, colorful prints (super heroes, flasing soles...) 

200 Powell Street

2600 Mission Street  (outlet store)

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Two Camper stores but you can find Camper shoes on Zappos for example.

The style can be on the one hand colorful and outstanding as in an Almodovar movie, and on the other hand, conventional and classical. Anyhow, the brand offers beautiful and original leather shoes around 80$

39 Grant avenue

Westfield Mall

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Very British but definitely very fancy and trendy despite the casual, classic charm. We love Clarks for tiny and bigger feet.

2 stores inn SF

Westfield Mall

Stonestown Galleria

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Stride Rite

One Stride  Rite boutique, but shoes of the brand are available in most multibrands stores (see the Store locator section on their website).

Pretty affordable alternative for the youngest ones.

Picks: sandals and flat ballerines for girls and some cool sneakers for boys.
3555 California street -- Laurel village

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Closed - Closed - Closed



Still so trendy, competing with Keds and Toms.

865 Market Street -- Westfield center

3251 20th Avenue -- Stonestown Galleria

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You'll find them almost everywhere (department stores, stores on Haight, Valencia... and online for sure).

When you buy a pair of Toms, the Company is giving one to a child in need. Smart and fancy charity business!

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Independent stores:


Brooks Shoes

Good selction with a lot of nice brands (Nike, Puma, Converse, Geox...) and a rather appealing price policy (around 50$). They even offer a loyalty program and sales are super attractive.

Can't be missed!

3307 Sacramento Street @ Presidio  Closed

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Pipers Shoe Parlor

Nice store on Haight Street with a small but great selection of kids shoes.

1682 Haight Street

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Kids only

1608 Haight Street Closed

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Wide Haight store offering a mix of toys, games, widgets and clothes. They also have tiny little shoes for the yongest (toddlers and up) and they're rather cute.



1195 Church street -- @ 24th street

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Nice little shoes for the tiny feet of our youngest ones.



Online shopping...



Can't be missed. Choice, price policy, delivery system, return policy... Flawless?



Same story. Choice range is so wide!



Sport shoes?


Don't forget the sports stores. Sneakers may be worn out quite quickly. Luckily they're quite affordable for most of the brands we like.