What S Your Favorite Brand Of Baby Shoes

15 Replies
ssmith - February 13

My dd will be walking soon, and I'm excited to buy little baby shoes and sandals.....


EMBERBABY - February 13

dd is not walking yet but she wears nike (they are soft soled) and i absolutely love them and will continue to buy these as she grows.


LisaB - February 13

I love the See Kai Run shoes they are super soft leather with a flexible sole perfect for new walkers and they are light weight- love em!


Marlyn - February 13

I've heard Robeez are really good....


SonyaM - February 13

Bobux all athe way.


ssmith - February 13

My dd has Robeez right now, and they are fantastic!! She also has the fleece lined Robeez boots. They are both worth every penny!! And, they're Canadian ... yahoo LOL


cae - February 13

I have only tried Robeez so far and they are great. Im actually about to order another pair online.


K - February 13

Pedipeds are the only shoes that fit my dd's feet. They have really cute styles.


LisaB - February 13

Jack and Lily are really cute too just like the Robeez but I don't think they are ok for outside it freezing cold here!!!


olhdw101 - February 13

IMO - Stride Rite are the best for new walkers.


olhdw101 - February 13

opps...I meant to say, they make a nice traditional baby shoe......the cute white ones with the high ankle.


Topaz - February 13

I've got a pair of Robeez for dd and I love them. They are flexible and they don't fall off!


Nerdy Girl - February 13

Check out whatshebuys.com for good prices on Robeez, bigger Robeez sizes than most retail stores, and free shipping.


Selena - February 13

I love preschoolians for dd. They even let you do custom color combos on many of their styles. The soles are soft and flexible to for easy walking.


Bonnie - February 14

I will second Selena on the preschoolians. I NEVER would have spent more than $10 on a pair of baby shoes until someone bought these for me. They are the first shoes that Mason does not scream when wearing. They come with insoles to make them wide if your babyneeds them. They said like 80% of babies have wide feet. They send you a sizer to check the size and the soles come out and there is a clear window on the bottom to see where the toes are. You can design your own but I would recommend for the first pair to buy a premade kind since you can exchange them if they don't fit. Though, Mason's pair fit great with plenty of room to grow. preschoolians.com


ashtynsmom - February 14

Old navy



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