If you’re looking for barefoot sandals for kids, you can’t go past the kids’ z-trail from Xero Shoes.
Thanks so much to Xero Shoes for sending me a complimentary pair of the kids’ z-trails for my 8-year-old daughter to test so I could review them. Watch the video or read the text below to find out what we think of them!
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I’ve already had the adults’ z-trail and loved them…and the kids’ z-trail is no different!
My daughter wears them day in and day out for everything she does, whether that’s walking, running, jumping, climbing, playing, walking the slackline, or hanging out at the beach.
She even wore the z-trail in a gorge through strong currents where it was muddy underfoot, and they stayed perfectly secure on her feet.
Z-Trail Barefoot sandals for kids | Features
The kids’ z-trail are kids’ barefoot sandals designed for natural movement. They have all the essential barefoot features, such as a wide toe box, zero drop, and a thin, flexible sole for feeling the ground and allowing growing feet to bend and flex naturally.
These barefoot sandals for children are very lightweight and look similar to the adults’ z-trail. Wider tubular straps and an extra durable sole are the key features that make them super kid-friendly.
Your kids can choose from three colors, and when they grow out of them, you can head to the Xero Shoes Facebook page set up, especially for parents to buy, sell, or swap their kids Xero shoes.
Both myself and my daughter love the kids’ z-trail and highly recommend them as barefoot children’s sandals that are perfect for whatever they do. If you’re after an excellent minimalist kids sandal, click here to see the latest prices on the kids’ z-trail in the Xero Shoes store.
OTHER XERO SHOES REVIEWS
I’ve done several other barefoot shoes reviews. Depending on what type of shoe you’re looking for, you may want to check out the following posts.
- Aqua Cloud review (barefoot sandals for the water)
- Terraflax II review (barefoot trail shoes)
- My original Terraflex review
- The Zelen, Xero Shoe’s first-ever sustainable road running shoe
- Z trail hiking and running barefoot sandal
- Jessie ultra-thin minimalist sandal
- Cassie minimalist shoe (Mary Jane style barefoot shoe)
- Kid’s Prio (the “everything” barefoot shoe for kids)
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