Disclosure: We were sent the featured products for the purpose of this post however all opinions are my own.
Little Man is now onto his second pair of ‘proper’ shoes but to me he still seems so small to be wearing big clunky shoes all the time. I came across Attipas online and loved the look of their shoes. They look like a sock with a rubber sole and come in a whole range of designs and styles to suit every personality and outfit.
What were our first impressions of Attipas Shoes?
Attipas gave us the opportunity to review a pair of their shoes. We chose purple sneaker ones for Little Man. The shoes arrive quickly and were well packaged. Attipas will have gift boxes along with even more styles coming soon. We put the shoes on Little Man straight away and he has worn them around the house ever since!
The shoes are easy to put on, just like socks. They are incredibly flexible to really move with your child’s feet. The rubber sole gives much needed grip. If Little Man walked around the house in socks previously he would often fall over. Now, wearing his Attipas shoes he walks around happily and steadily.
What sizes do they cater for?
The range of Attipas Shoes come in three sizes – small, medium or large. They cater for children up to approximately 40 months. Little Man is wearing Attipas Shoes in a medium and the size guide state these are approximately a 4.5. They fit his recently measured size 5 feet perfectly. His feet are also on the wide side but this isn’t an issue with the Attipas Shoes.
I love that Attipas Shoes are so easy to put on and they fit into family life so seamlessly. Little Man tends to wear his big shoes outside and often wears the Attipas shoes in the pushchair and at home. The shoes are so soft and bendy that there is no chance of them damaging growing children’s feet. They give his feet the support and protection he needs whilst running around without being to heavy or cumbersome.
If you have a child that is just starting to cruise around furniture and take steps and want some shoes for them then take a look at Attipas. I wish we’d known about these shoes when Little Man took his first steps a few months ago. For me, these shoes would bridge the gap between a child standing/cruising and buying first shoes when they start to walk independently. Even after they are walking confidently there would still be a place in a toddler’s wardrobe for Attipas Shoes – like with us and Little Man wearing them at home.