Memo offers premium children's footwear crafted in a timeless style with gentle natural materials that care for kids' feet. The Memo sole stands out with a unique diagnostic element to monitor children’s foot health. Professionals have commended Memo's meticulously designed footwear as an efficient solution for addressing and averting common postural issues.

Key points about Memo footwear:

  • Emphasize foot comfort by using high-quality materials.
  • Opt for natural soft goatskin for both the outer and inner parts of the shoes, perfect for kids' feet.
  • Include natural hygroscopic materials to promote breathability and prevent sweating.
  • Tackle foot issues by incorporating inserts and Thomas heels for corrective measures.
  • Utilize a dynamic control system to track children's foot conditions and ensure proper foot alignment while moving.
  • Provide corrective features while respecting the natural development of growing feet.
  • The endorsement from medical professionals enhances Memo's reputation as a medical-grade product.

Memo shoes are made in Poland.


Memo Diagnostic

The Memo concept focuses on the diagnostic features of its outsole, which is divided into six zones with unique patterns. By analysing the wear patterns on these zones, suitable corrective measures can be implemented. Here is an overview of the zones and the suggested actions to take:

  • Zone 1: Abrasion in zone 1 suggests normal healthy feet. Maintain by wearing Memo shoes as a preventative measure.
  • Zone 2: Abrasion in zone 2 suggests using Memo grey insoles and consistently wearing Memo shoes. If abrasion persists in zone 2 with grey insoles, switch to an orange insole. For unresolved abrasion, please consult a healthcare provider.
  • Zone 3: Abrasion in zone 3 indicates using Memo orange insoles and wearing Memo shoes regularly. If inappropriate abrasion persists, seek advice from a healthcare provider.
  • Zone 4: Abrasion in zone 4 suggests using Memo orange insoles and wearing Memo shoes regularly. It is advisable to consult a healthcare professional for further guidance.
  • Zone 5 and/or 6: If abrasion occurs in zone 5 and/or 6, seek advice from a healthcare provider.