Trashed t-bar school shoes

T-bar school shoes sure take a beating. Girls wear them five days a week for the entire school year!

There are many reasons to get your t-bar shoes buckled up. You won’t shuffle your feet along the ground. That wears out the soles of your shoes.

Harrison t-bars with worn and scuffed soles

If you don’t you’ll get holes in the bottom, and wet feet in winter

Harrison t-bars with a hole in the worn and scuffed soles

Shuffling alters your gait, bending your shoe more than normal. Keep at it, and eventually the stitching between the sole and the shoe upper will break.

Harrison Indiana t-bars with a hole between the sole and upper

All that shuffling can scuff also the toes of the shoe.

Harrison Indiana t-bars with scuffed toes

Shoe polish can’t fix the worst scuffing.

Schoolgirl wearing a scuffed pair of Harrison Idaho t-bars with white socks

Incorrectly fitted shoes mean feet slide around inside the shoe, wearing it away.

Harrison Indiana t-bars with the inside of the heel worn away

Lunchtimes spent sitting crosslegged on the asphalt result in scuffed patches on the side of the shoe.

Harrison Idaho t-bar with scuffed sides

But keeping your shoes buckled up won’t prevent the strap breaking.

Wilde t-bars with a broken strap

With nothing left to do up, this pair of Wilde t-bar school shoes is destined for a life of shuffling around unbuckled.

Wilde t-bars with a broken strap

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