Our collections

Shoes Summer 2015

Inspired by historic and timeless styles, our European-made shoes are the result of skilled craftmanship. Jacadi designs shoes serving the child's evolving foot which come in three ranges: the Pre-Walker Collection (size 17 to 22) for the 7 to 13 month-old child who stands up and takes his first steps with help; the Walker Collection (size 19 to 24) for the 12 to 24 month-old child who walks alone; and the Child Collection (sizes 24 to 39) for children ages 2 years and up.

The Walker Collection

This finely-crafted shoe collection offers extra support around the ankle for little ones who are starting to walk on their own. "

Pre-Walker Collection

This collection provides support for babies about to take their first steps with thin-soled, leather-lined styles in comfortable high top silhouettes.

Jacadi Tip

To ensure a perfect fit, regularly measure your child's foot while they're standing every three months. For children two years old and above, every six months is appropriate.



Inspired by Dad's favorite pair, Jacadi's ankle boots are sure to be his go-to winter style.

Jacadi Tip

Avoid purchasing shoes that your child has to grow into - the right fit is key. Also, pass on previously-worn pairs. Shoes worn-in by another child tend to deteriorate faster and can lead to poor posture.

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