Skipping Around Town in pedipeds (review)

13 Jun

Picture 1120130612-142118.jpgLast week I received a reminder note from my daughter’s teacher that sandals without a back are not permitted at school. My daughter loves sandals and the couple she has don’t have a back.  Luckily, I recently received a pair of pediped Vivian sandals for review. I loved pedipeds when my girls were learning to walk because not only do they have many great styles to choose from, they come in various stages from infant with a soft sole to a sole with a little more stability and grip for the little one’s taking their first steps. After they outgrew their last pair, I never realized the sizes went as high as a 10/11, which my girls wear now. Pediped sizes start at newborn and go all the way up to 8 years old.
The pediped system , the three steps below, is available for boys and girls:

First Steps:

Image from pediped.com

Image from pediped.com

• The Originals line of soft-soled, flexible infant shoes is recommended by pediatricians and podiatrists as the shoe’s design closely mimics barefoot walking.

• The Originals® collection will be priced at $37 and is available for children ages 0-24 months.

Next Steps:

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Image from pediped.com

• The Grip ‘n’ Go™ line is made with all the benefits of the Originals®, but adds special feature G2 technology for the unbalanced toddler transitioning into walking more confidently.

• The Grip ‘n’ Go™ line will retail at $48, and will be available for children ranging from nine months to three years of age.

Big Steps:

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Image from pediped.com

• Flex® is the ultimate shoe for an established walker who has developed a confident, natural stride. The Flex® line offers more than 50 styles covering an array of color options ranging from pastels and neons to signature browns and black.

• The innovative line of washable athletic shoes, made with Ultra Light Technology™, is especially designed to support children’s growing feet. Featuring flex grooves to support natural foot movement and heal cushioning, this line provides maximum flexibility while remaining light as air.

• Flex® styles range in price from $39 to $59 and are available in EU sizes 20-33 (available sizes vary between styles).

Click to learn more about pediped and the technology behind the well-known brand.

20130612-142106.jpgWhat I love about the pediped Vivian Flex sandal:

  • Ideal for active girls while still looking adorable with the dressed my daughter loves to wear.
  • Velcro straps made it easy for my daughter to get on and off on her own.
  • Able to scoot or go run in the park after school without having to go home and change shoes.
  • Closed back, perfect for school or camp this summer
  • Durable
  • Reasonably priced: $35.99

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A couple of my favorite styles for boys:

Flex Sahara, water-safe and washable, $49.00 Image from pediped.com

Flex Sahara, water-safe and washable, $49.00
Image from pediped.com

Originals Charlie, $37.00 Image from pediped.com

Originals Charlie, $37.00
Image from pediped.com

Check out pediped on Facebook, twitter, and pinterest.  If you like Pediped, check out Brian James Footwear, the new women’s footwear line by pediped founder, Angela Edgeworth.

Disclaimer: I did not receive compensation for this post.  All opinions expressed are my own.  I received a pair of pedipeds for the purpose of this review.  Information in italics came from a press release I received.

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  1. First Steps and Scooting Summers (Pediped review & #giveaway) | Tastefully Childish - May 20, 2014

    […] thought we had outgrown Pedipeds until last spring when I received a pair of sandals (review here) and learned the Pediped Flex goes all the way up to a youth size EU 36/ US […]

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