Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Attipas shoes review

"I was sent a pair of shoes for review. All opinions are my own."

I wanted to introduce you to a neat new shoe on the market that helps mimic barefeet so children can learn to walk. 

Attipas loosely translates to “precious steps”, and that is exactly what we want babies to do when they put on a pair of Attipas, take those first precious steps and take off running! Studies show that as our children are learning to walk it’s best to be barefoot as much as possible. At Attipas, we have taken these studies and built a shoe that allows for movement that mimics being barefoot, while providing protection to each precious piggy. At Attipas we also strive to be fashion forward with an array of colors, patterns and designs to match any outfit or attitude.

Attipas toddler shoes are based on 7 years of kinetic and physio-dynamic research of toddlers walking, these unique non slip shoes ergonomically support a infants first steps and thereafter. With university, industry and educational cooperation, we are proud to introduce these internationally patented toddler shoes to the market. Attipas shoes are The Fun of Learning to Walk.
The five key benefits include:
  • (1) Convenience - Durable, non-slip, machine washable, fast drying.
  • (2) Breathable:  Perforated sole releases heat and moisture for added comfort.
  • (3) Large Toe Box:  Free toe movement for improved cognitive & motor development.
  • (4) Safe:  Built with non toxic safety tested materials.
  • (5) Lightweight & Flexible: Super lightweight, just like wearing socks! 

Jacey was sent a pair and we both really like these shoes. They are very lightweight and breathable. I can tell Jacey doesn't even notice they are on her feet. The bottoms are flexible and the tops are made of a soft cloth like material.  The only issue I could see is that they could snag or wear down over many washings. I think they are a neat little shoe plus the come in a variety of colors to match many different outfits. 

If your interested in trying a pair for yourself they retail for between 24 and 29 dollars a pair. 

 you can get a discount by using the  Attipas Discount Code: ethrtnphot

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