“Barefoot” for the best walking start!

Hello everybody,

Two words most of us love to hear? Shoe shopping! But it's quite a different story when you're buying footwear for your baby or toddler. Most of the time you'll be hard-pressed to get her to try on a pair without wiggling out of your lap or having a kicking-and-screaming tantrum. And even if you can get them on her feet without a fuss, it can be tricky to figure out whether they're actually the right size. A baby or a toddler can't use words to tell you that she doesn't like the way something feels. To make matters worse, it's really important to find shoes that fit properly when she's learning to walk--otherwise, she could stumble more and take longer to develop the skill. Kids Fun in Cyprus discovered Barefoot!




And Barefoot Cyprus discovered the perfect shoes for your babies and toddlers that will keep their feet worm and help them in their first lucky steps in life. The most wonderful feeling of walking “Bare Foot” will be given only by their special baby/toddler shoes.
Barefoot Cyprus is selling two types of shoes  for babies and toddlers Little Blue Lamb from 3 months old to 24 months old and the amazing Afello shoes for from 6 months to  years old.



Babies need support. Starting crawling and walking it is a very important business and helping them with the proper shoes is the first step.

Why a 6 months old baby would need shoes and which are the best choices?





The purpose of shoes is to protect your baby's delicate feet from rough surfaces and sharp objects on the ground once she is walking outside and even inside on the cold tiles. Shoes also keep her feet warm in the cold and protect them from heat. Shoes will also help them on slippery surfaces when trying to crawl or stand up. The Little Blue Lamb shoes are specially designed for babies, made out soft soled baby shoes with soft plush leather and feature non slip pads on the soles.





Little Blue Lamb shoes are designed specifically for natural movement with flexible, wide soft soles and breathable, natural materials.

How to choose the best toddler shoes?






"After they start walking, you want them either barefoot or in the most flexible shoe possible so their muscles can develop properly," said Dr. Jane Andersen, a podiatrist in Chapel Hill, N.C., and past president of the American Association for Women Podiatrists. "Flexibility is the most important issue as they are developing their arch."








The bones in a baby's foot are soft and don't finish hardening until a child is around 5 years old, though kids' feet keep growing into their teenage years. In theory, constricting soft feet with rigid shoes could prevent the bones from developing properly, Andersen said. Also, stiffer soles can make walking harder for those just starting out because their feet are heavier, making them more likely to trip, Jane said.

The Little Blue Lamb shoes are the perfect choice for your toddlers as they combine all the qualities of the first pair of shoes for your kids and they represent excellent value for your money.
The  Afello shoes are made out of very soft leather, soft sole, perfect for cold tiles just perfect for the little walkers!






We are very happy that we could introduce Barefoot to all parents in Cyprus giving a fantastic solution to a very complicated problem. Barefoot shoes will make your kids happier, healthier and it is the best choice for their sensitive feet in Cyprus!









Lots of sunny days from Izzy the Cypriot lizard!

Barefoot Cyprus

How to Order: By phone or Facebook webpage
Prices from: 20.00 euro - 24.50 euro
Contact person: Katarina Katkova
Phone no: +357 97801230
E-mail: barefootcyprus@gmail.com
Facebook: Barefoot Cyprus


Here are some steps to take to measure your baby ‘feet for shoes.
1. Have your baby to stand up on a piece of paper.
2. Mark on the paper the position of the toes and the heel.
3. Compare the length with the size chart.
4. Add extra 0,5 - 1 cm.



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