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Fresh heat for little feet

Shop our roundup of adorable kicks from top brands such as Jordan, Nike, Vans, UGG, PUMA, Converse, and more. Whether you want your little to be a mini-me and rep the latest Jordan Retro drop right along with you, or you want them to rock their own signature style, shopping for littles is super fun with our curated collection of baby swag.

Signature details in small packages

Infant shoes from Kids Foot Locker are made for everyday wear, so you can start their rotation early with prominent silhouettes like the adidas Superstar, PUMA California, Converse First Star (the baby version of the All-Star), Kyrie 3, or the Vans SK8-Hi. All are available in those sweet colorways you know so well. And they can rock ever-popular dad-shoe trend starting in the crib with the New Balance 990 v5. Tap into their inner explorer with Timberland Crib Booties or snag that surfer look with the UGG Bixbee.

Crib shoes from the Swoosh feature signature Nike details and styles in baby-sized packages. Choose from a variety of classic and contemporary designs, from mini versions of Air Force Ones and Jordans and everything in between.

It's all about the fit

Velcro is best. Velcro fasteners make it easier to get shoes on and off. If you get shoes with laces, make sure they’re long enough to tie into double knots, so there’s less of a chance of them coming undone.

Go for a breathable, lightweight material. Comfort is key here.

Check the fit  When standing, there should be just enough room to squeeze your pinky between their heel and the heel of the shoe, and a full thumb-width between the end of the longest toe and the front of the shoe. The shoe should provide just enough wiggle room without being too big. Because little feet grow quickly, it's a good idea to check each month to make sure the shoes still fit.

Give a squeeze. If the shoe is made of soft fabric, try to grab some of the material on the top of the foot when your child is wearing them. If you can’t, the shoes might be too tight.

Look for problem spots. Let your child toddle around indoors wearing them, then take them off and look for irritated areas on your child's foot.