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Spring Break Fashions: pediped Shoes for Kids

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.

We received a pair of the Flex  Darcy – Fuchsia, Orange. These are great Spring/Summer shoes! I love that they are machine washable and water proof. This makes them the perfect beach shoe. Shelby can wear them in sand or in the water and we don’t have to worry about her ruining them!

No matter the need, the vast variety of Mary Janes, sandals, sneakers and boat shoes, is sure to have every occasion covered.

The Spring/Summer 2013 Collection is now available for purchase online at and also in select retail stores.

Be sure to also sign up to become a pediped Insider on to be the first to know about new product introductions, special promotions and more.  You can find pediped on Facebook and Twitter.

If you love pediped make sure to check out Brian James Footwear, the new women’s footwear line from Angela Edgeworth, the founder of pediped.

 *A product was provided.

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Amanda Acuña an influential Mom Blogger created MommyMandy as an online resource to the parenting community. She has four children and they currently reside in Texas.


  1. i love this brand! what cute shoes for the days at the beach or pool! love it! they are expensive but i buy their sale items which are still as good!

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