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La Foulée Sportive's footwear and apparel specialists equip patrons with clothing, shoes, and accessories for both athletic activities and everyday wear. Feet trek comfortably over pavement in a variety of Crocs, such as pairs of sandals ($34.98+) that allow southern digits to breathe and swap baby toe pictures with their twins on the other foot. Patrons test their bodies' speed limits in running shoes, such as fashionable new foot outfits from Minimalist ($109.98+) and New Balance ($119.98+). Meanwhile, shoe-fitting specialists inquire about each patron's activities and unique foot conditions and then closely examine the interaction between shoes and feet to outfit toes in the ideal pair of shoes. Customers can then test-drive their footwear across the store by walking, running, or turbokicking the nearest street fighter.
Mrs. Tiggy Winkle's shelves stock innovative and traditional toys, games, crafts, and books to busy burgeoning minds. A helpful staff guides patrons toward the ideal toy to stimulate toddlers or distract newborns from the fact that they have no hair. Jaws gnaw on Sophie the Giraffe, a teething toy crafted from 100 per cent natural rubber ($24.99), and older tykes can nurture a Corolle baby doll ($37.99). Costumes by Melissa and Doug encourage a more theatrical playtime ($34.99), and Thomas the Tank Engine wooden trains and Lego blocks ($6.99+) keeps hands nimble. Pint-sized progeny can also skim the pages of Klutz craft books ($11.99–$24.99) or stitch secret compartments within stuffed animals with an introductory sewing kit ($29.99).
Grenouille Verte keeps youthful spirits of all ages at play with an assortment of specialty toys, books, and games that foster the expansion of minds and imaginations along with the development of bilingual skills. A set of trilingual flashcards ($9.95) instills hands and mouths with linguistic dexterity as it teaches the alphabet in French, English, and American Sign Language, and readers flipping through a Les Animaux book ($13.95) learn how to address their favourite animals by their French names. Young craniums in need of an analogue lesson can spend hours in front of a wooden clock ($14.95), whose ligneous countenance silently doles out lessons about shapes, colours, and time. Mitts looking to scare away finger-nibbling velociraptors can assume the terrifying identity of a T. rex puppet ($23.95), and nascent Mozarts compose baroque-infused power ballads on a Kidi Pop & Rock ($29.99) equipped with an electronic piano, a sensor-equipped guitar, and a hologram Mick Jagger.