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Stay barefoot, even when its time to go... back to school!29.08.2018

As the days inch slowly shorter and the weather gets cooler (finally, some will say) in the northern hemisphere this means…. it’s back to school!

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Less shoes result in better motor skills development and academic performance07.08.2018

Recently, a major study by the University of Bournemouth concluded keeping shoes off kids’ feet in the classroom helped them concentrate more, behave better and perform better academically.

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3 reasons to ditch your kids' traditional shoes right now09.05.2018

Discover what happens to growing feet when they are stuffed into spaces that stop their little feet from developing naturally (which is most conventional shoes)!

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We love the big toe 01.05.2018

The big toe is the body's anchor and pivot from the moment your baby starts moving, standing and then walking. That's why we make sure they can move as nature intended, by making thin, wide and flexible shoes for growing feet.

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Pretty Shoes = Ugly Feet24.04.2018

Pretty Shoes = Ugly Feet. At VivoKids we think pretty shoes are shoes that let women’s feet act like feet: bendy, flexible and strong bits of awesome biomechanical engineering that help us walk, run and play! We think pretty shoes are shoes that don’t push, pinch and deform women’s feet into harmful, painful conformity.

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Ultra Kids : The ultimate holiday adventure shoe03.04.2018

Our sustainably-created, barely-there shoes are ideal for splashing through water as well as running over land. VivoKids Ultras are a multi-terrain, super fast-drying shoe, letting your kid's feet take the whole family on an endless adventure.

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Todays fittest kids would be among the least fittest kids 20 years ago12.03.2018

A recent study by the BBC and the University of Essex found that the least fit child tested in the UK in 1998 would be among the fittest of those tested today. And the reason isn’t childhood obesity – which has actually tapered off in most developed countries – it’s our sitting, screens and slouching lifestyle that’s to blame .

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