Pediped Grip n’ Go Toddler Shoe Review

1x1.trans Pediped Grip n Go Toddler Shoe Review

Pediped offers high quality stylish footwear for kids that promotes good healthy foot development.  Pediped has three different lines of footwear based on your child’s developmental stage, each with tons of cute styles to choose from.  Everything from rugged outdoor shoes to sweet Mary Janes; there is an adorable design for every child.

From first steps in soft soled Pedipeds Originals, to gaining confidence with the Grip n’ Go line and finally moving in the newest Pediped Flex line- your child’s feet will grow the way they are supposed to grow with non constricting shoes that support every step your kiddo makes.

1x1.trans Pediped Grip n Go Toddler Shoe Review

We were sent a pair of the Dakota in Grape that are just adorable.  Monkey Girl calls them her “sparkly shoes” and insists on wearing them frequently.  Not only are they cute, but they are rugged too.  I was worried because this line says that they are for “active toddler transitioning from early walking to walking with a confident stride.”  She transitioned from early walking a long time ago and now she loves to run, skip, and jump outside all day long.  These shoes truly hold up to her use and I was very pleased.

1x1.trans Pediped Grip n Go Toddler Shoe Review

The Grip n’ Go line includes G2 Technology™ which is specially designed for children transitioning from early walking to walking with a more confident stride. G2 Technology™ includes a soft rubber sole, rounded edges that mimic the natural shape of a child’s foot, heel stability, and a soft toe box that allows toes to curl and grip the floor.

1x1.trans Pediped Grip n Go Toddler Shoe Review

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