Pediped Kids Shoes Review and Giveaway (0-24 months/boy or girl)

**Henderson, NV (March 2013)— pediped® Spring/Summer 2013 Collection of American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA) accepted footwear debuts with more than 50 new styles and color combinations across the footwear’s three signature lines: Originals®, Grip ‘n’ Go™ and Flex®. The collection highlights over 15 styles containing Memory Foam Technology™. The water-safe, Adventure Line has been expanded to allow kids everywhere to enjoy the outdoors in splashy style. A trendsetting palette of warm pastels, cool blues, rocky browns, and neon brights is featured and as always, the collection parallels the signature comfort of the pediped® fit. No matter the need, the vast variety of Mary Janes, sandals, sneakers and boat shoes, is sure to have every occasion covered.  **


As Zane is getting older, I am finding it harder and harder to find shoes that fit his feet well. He has wide feet and most shoes end up leaving a terrible mark after I take them off. However, with Pediped shoes, we have always had great successes!0

Pediped footwear was created in 2004 by Angela and Brian Edgeworth who wanted their kids to have shoes that were healthy for their feet. They set out to create the next best thing to bare feet since doctors recommend barefoot walking or soft leather soft swoles shoes. With the choices being so limited, they wanted to do just that – create the best thing next to bare feet As so became the story of Pediped!

Pediped has become one of the fastest growing children’s footwear brands in the US and offers more than 120 designs spanning EU sizes 17-22. Their footwear line includes the Originals (soft soled shoes for children ages birth to 2), Grip n’ Go (soft rubber soled shoes for children 9 months to 3 years) and Flex (rubber soled shoes for children 1-8 years). Pediped is now sold worldwide!

Zane was recently sent the Original Pediped Shoe which he and I absolutely LOVE! The designs of the Pediped shoes are second to none and the comfort is truly one of a kind. I will also tell you that these shoes stay on the feet! I challenge you to find a child who will take their Pediped shoe off, if it is the right size! He wears his Pediped shoes wherever we go and it is by far, one of his favorites!


Be sure to check out Pediped today for their selection of shoes. If If you like pediped make sure to check out Brian James Footwear ( the new women’s footwear line from Angela Edgeworth the founder of pediped.

Also, be sure to follow Pediped on Facebook/Twitter to learn more. Lastly, sign up to become a Pediped Insider where you will be the first to learn about new product introductions, special promotions and more.


Win it: One winner will receive a boy or girl Pediped shoe (size 0-24 months). This giveaway is run via rafflecopter so click read more to see the actual giveaway. The only mandatory entry is to tell me which shoe you would like to receive from here: Pediped in the comment section proceeding the post. While the other entries are optional, I highly suggest you fill them out to increase your chances of winning. US and Canada. Good luck!

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*I received the above product for review purposes. As always, all my opinions are my own and not swayed by outside sources.

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  1. Ellie says

    I have a six month old and it’s my first time looking into shoes for him. So far very impressed with Pedipeds

  2. Nikki Weeks says

    Love the originals Jake – Light Brown. Perfect for my son as he’s just learning to walk!

  3. Megan Borah-Pribble says

    I love the flex Naples in brown and the flex Joshua in brown. Both perfectly adorable and on trend

  4. Catarina says

    My eighteen month old toddler would love the Flex Joshua in Navy. Very cute sandal for boys.


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