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Kinysi: Official UK stockist.

Supplier for Kinysi children’s footwear.

“The most supportive footwear available for children. Definitely my go to brand for that extra level of stability.”

Mr Kevin Bruce.

Latest arrivals.

Well-designed supportive footwear.

Kinysi was initially designed to improve gait for children with lower limb challenges and to easily accommodate orthoses, but due to its construction, can work for anyone to support normal foot development.

Input from medical professionals ensures that every Kinysi style contains key benefits to the wearer. Kinysi are manufactured in Portugal using traditional construction methods, high quality leathers and supportive materials.

Enjoying the shoes is also important, so efforts are made to create styles, modern and classic, that are appealing and functional for children of all abilities. Moreover, they are designed by shoe fitters for shoe fitters, to make finding supportive footwear an easier and painless process.

Kinysi is only available to specialist retailers, and ShoeFit.uk is proud to be stocking their footwear. We recommend them for anyone who has a specific fit and struggles to find shoes.

The health benefits of Kinysi.

There are many health benefits to wearing Kinysi footwear that aren’t obvious at first glance. At ShoeFit.uk, we break down each style’s properties in terms of what a shoe-fitter sees. This comes from over 20 years of shoe-fitting experience in a brick-and-mortar shop. Today, this information is available to you. We hope that it will help you to make more informed purchase decisions.

The following list isn’t representative of every pair, so we recommend booking your free personal shopping appointment with us for specific details. During the appointment, you’ll be able to speak with one of our expert shoe-fitters and narrow down choices for you. At no cost to you; at whatever time fits around your busy day; and from the comfort of your own home!

“Kinysi is one of the best, if not the best, brands for kids with foot pathologies. The asymmetric heel counter supports the ankle to any depth required by orthoses. It also helps prevent overpronation due to its extended medial enhancement. The shoe’s weight encourages dorsiflexion and hip flexion to work harder for better heal strike and gait. Once the shoe is fitted the gait shows improvement immediately.”

Eva Hadjidemetri.
Chartered Physiotherapist.

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Standing posture.

Our content has been created in conjunction with the Royal College of Podiatry. It is not a substitute for professional assessment, diagnosis or treatment.

If you believe that you’re suffering from one of the conditions listed on our website, then we highly recommend seeing a podiatrist. You can find one near you by using our store locator, which lists all of our known clinics and health care professionals (HCPs) around the UK.