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Are Barefoot Shoes Good for Kids?

submitted 2 months ago, Tuesday, Oct 10, 2017, 03:16:06 by uk.kinesisclinic in Health / Fitness / Wellness
Are Barefoot Shoes Good for Kids?
There’s a growing belief among experts that when it comes to children’s footwear, the best shoe may be no shoe at all. Studies have shown that there are more likely to be disadvantages and problems from wearing shoes from an early age, than not wearing them. Such as; deformation caused by a poor fit, ingrown toenails and athlete’s foot.
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