The inventor of Squatchi, Amy Carabajal, likes the convenience of shopping for her kids’ shoes online, but she was frustrated by the lack of accurate sizing tools. She invested in a professional foot-measuring device (the kind that shoe retailers use), and when her neighbors started bringing their kids over to borrow it, Amy knew she was onto something. She and Squatchi co-founder Debra Rosenbloum set out to create an affordable shoe sizer. Their colorful creation is easy to use, and it doubles as a foot growth chart if you track kids’ measurements with a permanent marker.
Made in the U.S. from recycled plastic, Squatchi takes the guesswork out of shoe sizing so you can shop online with confidence and shop in stores without making your kids come with you. Kids’ feet grow fast, and Squatchi makes it easy to keep up with the changes. It’s a perfect fit for busy families.