Thursday, February 5, 2015

Robeez Mini Shoez Review

Thanks to Robeez for the shoes to help with the review


Robeez footwear mimics bare feet by flexing and bending with every step. Supporting not constricting growing feet, they promote good balance and unrestricted growth, while protecting little feet from the world.


Mya is now just shy of 14 months old and she is not a fan of shoes. I'd been struggling to get to walk to hard soled shoes, it seemed like a never ending battle, but then when Robeez requested a review I was excited for a soft sole shoe to keep her feet warm. 


I really liked the "Bridget Mini Shoez" because they can go with anything and look like normal tennis shoes. Since Mya was 13 months old at the time, I didn't hesitate in requesting the shoes in size 12-18 months since I knew they would last until Spring and possibly beyond depending on her growth. 


While Mya wasn't too sure about the shoes when I first put them on, she warmed up to them quickly. After running some errands and coming home, she had no issues walking around the house with them on and it didn't bother her to leave them on for a little bit as she was walking around playing with her siblings. 


I really love these shoes and I wish I'd discovered Robeez sooner. None of our girls were much of shoe babies and these soft sole shoes would've saved me a lot of whining and fussing. 

With a leather and mesh upper, this footwear features silver and and pink details. An adjustable hook and loop closure ensures optimal fit. Like all Robeez Mini Shoez, this baby shoe provides protection and comfort for children's feet by having a non-skid, rubber outsole, which helps to protect your child from slipping, and an elasticized ankle, which helps your child's shoes stay on her feet.
Robeez offers a wide variety of shoes, boots, slippers, and others for you to choose from. Prices range from $20-$36 depending on which section you're looking through, and sizes vary from 0-4yrs for boys and girls. 


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