Mia just recently started walking. At home she is always in socks or bare feet as I have read that is best. Since she has been walking, she does not want to sit in her stroller while out and about. She just wants to walk and run everywhere! I researched the best types of shoes for little growing feet.
What should you look for when purchasing shoes for the little one!
Velcro vs. Laces!
Easier to get on and off but your child might take them off frequently.
Laces come undone and are harder to tie –Make sure to double knot!
Room within the shoe!
Make sure you can fit a finger between your child’s heel and the back of the shoe.
Measure and check feet every 6-8 weeks – they grow fast!
Kids-Heels sent me a pair of shoes for Mia a month ago, and we have been trying them out!
Kids-Heels carries therapeutic children footwear that is produced in Turkey. Bebetom, Minitin and Woopy Baby are three brands they carry, all well-known orthopaedic brands. All shoes at Kids-Heels are made with eco-friendly materials and designed to meet the recommendations of the leading orthopaedics in the country. The main purpose of creating these orthopaedic shoes is to help the child’s foot form correctly.
The shoes have glue laminated prosthetic calf that prevents flat feet and relieves fatigue when walking. The shock absorbent sole with integrated valves allow those sweaty little feet to have air circulation.
Take a look at the rest of the Kids-Heels Collection!
Let me know what you think!
This post is Sponsored by Kids-Heels, all opinions are my own.