Attipas Marine Anchor Shoes Review

After 7 years of extensive research and development Attipas was launched in 2011. Attipas is selling over the world which include Australia, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, UK, USA and Canada. They are quickly becoming the nubmer one choice in pre-walker shoes. At Attipas they have taken the studies showing that children learn to walk best when barefoot and built a shoe to allow movement that mimics being barfoot, while providing protection. Attipas also strives to be fashion forward, which means they have an array of colors, patterns and designs to match any outfit or personality. Attipas has not only created a beautiful shoe with many patterns to choose from, but they’re also non-slip light weight so it feels like your little one is walking barefoot. The most important thing with Attipas is the entire shoe is made with non-toxic materials, which passed the formaldehyde test.

Sweet Southern Lovin had the opportunity to work with Attipas to review the Marine Anchor Shoes. They are delivered in a frosted plastic box. The box contains all information about your Attipas and how to care for them. The Attipas shoes have a durable, non-slip perforated sole that is built to release heat and moisture for added comfort. They are made very light weight and flexable so it feels like they are just wearing socks. It also has a large toe box for free toe movement, which imporves cognitive and motor development. The Attipas are machine washable and fast drying as well.

These are the cutest sock/shoes I have ever seen. The do look slightly clownish when they aren’t being worn, but definitely not clownish when being worn. They are so easy for my toddler to put on and off all by himself. These are just fantastic. I love that we can slip these on for a day at the park without having to put heavy tennis shoes on him. Also my little one has very wide feet, with the Attipas it was not an issue. With most other shoe brands we have to find a shoe that is made in wides. The Attipas Marine Anchor are just adorable and perfect for the summer coming up. I am even planning on taking these to the beach with us for when walking around. It is going to be awesome for him to have on a light weight breathable shoe, all while having his toes, soles and heels protected. My little one loves these and they are so light weight and breathable that most the time he forgets he even has them on. A bonus for me with the Attipas shoes is that they are machine washable, and having a boy that is very active this is a huge plus. How awesome to just be able to throw them in with a load of clothes! These will not be the only pair of Attipas I own. There will be definitely more added to our collection.

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  1. Sherrie C. says

    Oh my gosh those are the cutest baby shoes I’ve ever seen and I love that they use non-toxic materials to make them.

  2. Chantelle Walker says

    So cute!! I love little baby socks and shoes, they are just so adorably small :) And those! Super cute!! You’re right about the clownish part. When I first saw them I was like “huh, little weird, but I like the pattern” but then I scrolled down and say them one him and so much better!

  3. Shannon says

    These look better than the hard shoes they made us wear when we were little and then later bronzed. Thank you for your review.

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