Danish kids footwear brand Angulus has launched its first “set” collection of school shoes, which will be available to stockists from May.
The range has been broadened out to include more styles with 15 for young girls, six for teenagers and 13 for boys.
Existing lines in its bestselling colours including red, brown and blue will also feature.
Prior to the launch of the “set” collection, retailers and buyers could tailor the shoes they stocked to their own requirements, selecting colour, style, finish and shape, which Angulus then made to order.
By limiting the choice, Angulus aims to make its shoes more affordable with the set collection retail price around £5 to £10 cheaper than its previous range.The bespoke collection retails at £65 for a shoe, rising to £140 for a pair of boots.
Christian Dawe, owner of Angulus, said: “By producing an Angulus school set collection we can now offer good competitive prices on a very premium product.”
Designed by Marianne Britt Jorgensen, Angulus shoes have soles made from plantation crepe rubber and uppers made from calf leather. The shape of Angulus shoes allow children’s feet to move freely, with plenty of room in the toes for growth.