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Flexible shoes for baby's first steps at the gym.

38 - Fitness Fitness - I Learn Gym Shoes DOMYOS - Kids Clothes
38 - Fitness

DOMYOS I Learn Gym Shoes - Grey/Lime Green

Designed for gym activities. Light shoes for toddlers: maximum flexibility and foot support, for both indoor and outdoor use. Approved by a chiropodist. The removable insole helps you choose the right size.

Colour : Dark grey / Lime green

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Flexibility Very supple outsole thanks to the flex grooves all along the foot.
Fit Heel support with a rigid insert and back sole that comes up over the upper.
Ease of use Removable insole for checking the size.
Easy dressing Wide opening, rip-tab fastenings, right / left feet markers.
Grip Non-slip, non-marking outsole.
Lightweight This shoe weighs just 65 g in baby size 5.
Shoes designed specifically for children: Between the ages of 1 and 6, feet play an important role in a child's growth and development. Our shoes respond to the specific needs of children's feet during the different development phases.
Which shoes should you choose for your child? From 1 to 2 years (sizes 4 to 7): starting to learn to walk. Feet are flat, round and chubby: our I LEARN shoes are very flexible to promote natural development. From 3 to 6 years (sizes 8 to 11): walking, running and jumping improves. The feet get stronger and more slender, with the arch beginning to form: our I MOVE shoes are flexible and support the heel
Characteristics of kids' feet (1 to 2 years): Feet don't need shoes to develop. But shoes are important for protecting feet from the cold, damp and impacts, whether indoors or out. The Domyos I LEARN shoes provide children aged 1 to 2 years with the protection they need, while leaving them as free as possible to move about. The shoes' flexibility lets feet develop naturally, while the thin, flat, supple sole is as close as can be to walking barefoot
Choosing the right size It's very easy to check the size: remove the shoe's insole and put it on the ground; place your child's foot flat on top of it, with their heel level with the back of the insole; if their toes are in the hatched area at the other end of the insole, it's the right size! Remember to regularly check your child's shoe size because, between the ages of 1 and 3, their feet will grow significantly: take a look at the "which size?" section of our website.
Is arch support necessary? We all start out with flat feet as babies. From the moment we learn to walk, our arches gradually begin to form as our foot muscles develop. This is why children do not need arch support in their shoes when they are still growing (unless otherwise indicated by a healthcare professional).
The benefits of physical activity at a young age Regularly doing physical activity from as young an age as possible is good for a child's physical and mental development. It helps establish a good lifestyle habit which will reduce the risk of health problems later on in life. Furthermore, doing a group physical activity with others encourages social integration and contributes to a child's personal development.
Physical and mental benefits What are the physical benefits?
Encouraging the development of basic physical abilities (motor skills, balance and coordination)
Encouraging growth
Fighting obesity

What are the mental benefits?
Helping build self-confidence
Facilitating integration into social groups
Helping a child blossom as an individual Improving their attention span
Doing Baby Gym What is Baby Gym? Fun gymnastic-oriented exercises in the form of a course made of specially designed apparatus. These courses have different apparatus made for children (beams, steps, inclined ramps, parallel bars, tunnels, rollers, etc.) that let them climb, slide, jump, balance and more. These activities can be done from the age of one at home, both indoors and out.
The benefits of Baby Gym What are the benefits of Baby Gym? Baby Gym promotes psychomotor development in children, especially the development of motor skills and sensations, coordination and balance. Furthermore, balancing on gym apparatuses, jumping, rolling, climbing, are all activities that will help your child become more self-sufficient and build their self-confidence.
Outer sole of
100.00% Rubber - Synthetic
Upper of
40.00% Polyurethane (PU), 60.00% Polyester (PES)
Lining and sock of
100.00% Polyester (PES)
Care instructions: Wash before first use. Do not dry clean.
Stock advice Store your Domyos baby shoes in a dry, ventilated area away from light.
A chiropodist. We worked with the research and development department as well as a chiropodist to measure how shoes affect young children's walking.
Test Product Our Domyos' shoes are tested in the lab (to check for such features as grip and durability). Our products also comply with Decathlon's toxicology specifications. All of the Domyos footwear has been tested in use by toddlers doing baby gym.
Guarantee : 2 Years

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