KEEN Newport H2 Sandal (Toddler/Little Kid/Big Kid),Navy,1 M US Little Kid

KEEN Newport H2 Sandal (Toddler/Little Kid/Big Kid),Navy,1 M US Little Kid

  • Quick-dry webbing
  • AEGIS Microbe Shield lining
  • Non-marking rubber outsole
  • The waterproof upper and secure fit keep them sturdy by land or by sea while the soft, quick-dry lining keeps them comfy.

Outdoor Shoe:Category: SandalsApplication: outer width:Shoe Material:Over material Type: FabricOver material: 100% polyesterInner lining: FabricSole Type: RubberSole: Non-marking rubber solesShoe Accessories:Toe of shoe: closed toeClosing system: strapswith dressing assistance: yesWeight per Pair: 468 gWeight 1 shoe: 234 gproduct specific size information: Normal CutFit: Child-friendly design

List Price: $ 49.95

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3 thoughts on “KEEN Newport H2 Sandal (Toddler/Little Kid/Big Kid),Navy,1 M US Little Kid

  1. 85 of 87 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Shoes, April 6, 2012
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    Morgaine (CA USA) –

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    So, this is an expensive shoe, as well as brand. I’m a bargain shopper, which includes being cheap at times, but this year I decided to get my kids some good summer shoes, especially my three year old since he had $20 shoes similiar to this last summer, but his feet were really stinky.

    This is a good quality shoe, all 3 of my kids didn’t want to take them off. I ordered a size up for each of them, and this is a little long at the toe, and because they run a tiny bit wide, the extra toe space makes them seem a bit floppy. Overall, however, they are fantastic looking. I wish they gave shoe measurements by the inches of the insole…

    Here are the actual measurements of the shoes we got:

    Toddler/Little Kid size 12M: Inside sole measurement from the tip of the toe to the heel: 6 1/8″

    Little Kid Size 2M: 8″

    This is the actual size (as exactly as I could measure) of the inside of the shoe where the foot goes. I took a blank piece of paper and traced each of my children’s feet (if they could not giggle & wiggle) and measured both feet from the longest part to the heel. On some children it’s the big toe and others it’s the second toe. Use the larger of the two feet to size a shoe, and typically a 1/2″ of space is the right amount from the toe to the end of the shoe. I hope this helps!

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  2. 40 of 47 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Good Shoe, but…, September 18, 2009
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    I bought these for my 2 year old son. They look cool, and seemed pretty comfortable for him. They are a nice solid sandal. The only caveat I have is that I had hoped they would be both water & dry land shoes. I live in the city where kids play in sprinklers in the parks which still requires a shoe. I’m not a big fan of crocs and this seemed like a nice alternative And they did work this way, but the did not dry quickly by any means – in one case it took until the next day. Not what I had expected. Also, they are not always easy to put on – certainly my son could never have done it himself, and it was at times difficult for us adults. But once on, and when dry, it’s a solid shoe for the summer and worked with socks when necessary as well.

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  3. 25 of 29 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    I’m a women’s 8!, September 5, 2012
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    I wear a women’s 8 and the 6 youth fit great and saved me over 50 bucks!! Still holding up great after a few months of occasional wear too. Very happy with purchase!

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