After actually seeing and feeling them, I would seriously consider paying full price for them. They’re not even in the same neighborhood as Robeez. It’s hard to explain the quality, but I think you can see it quite a bit in the photos. If they had my size, I’d totally wear ’em!
My son was about 14 months old when I bought these, but I chose a size 6-12 months using their printable sizing chart. This is supposed to be equivalent to a 4-4.5 US. I was actually worried that they might be a bit big, especially after reading that a 12 month size usually fits up to around 14 months (my son is quite small for his age.) Above, left is the Pediped compared to a size 3 “crib” style shoe. Right is a size 4 sneaker, the 6-12 month pediped, the size 3 crib shoe, and a size 4 sandal. Keep in mind of course that there’s no bulky rubber sole on the pediped originals.
I’ve eyeballed these shoes since long before a little boy was so much as a thought in my mind. I just love “little man” clothes! Squee!
To compare size: on the left (left to right) is the size 5 pediped flex, 12-18 month pediped originals, size 4 sandals, size 4 sneaker, size 3 crib shoe and size 6-12 month pediped originals. On the right (top to bottom): pediped originals 6-12 month, size 3 crib shoe, size 4 sneaker, size 4 sandal, size 12-18 month pediped originals and size 5 pediped flex.
So do they “flex?” Why, yes. Yes, they do.
I definitely recommend watching the sale categories on both pediped and kinderbliss. I’m still stoked that I got 3 pair for about the cost of one!
I was not compensated in any way for this review, and all opinions are my own. I purchased all items myself, and no links are affiliate links. If you are making a purchase and would like to support this blog, please see the affiliate links at the bottom of my shop page. I do have a pediped affiliate link, but I only found out about their program after I discovered how awesome these shoes are!