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Lil Tip: Protecting Tiny Feet From the Heat

If you don't want blisters on the soles of your wee one's feet, there's one style of shoes that work better than the rest.

Water shoes, the soft, flexible, quick-drying slippers that provide traction for your tot on the beach and in the surf leave lil chance for your child's bare feet to touch the hot sand or heated ground around the swimming pool.

While on vacation last week in the desert, my son and daughter trekked around in these lightweight socks ($13) that kept them safe from burns and slipping.

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anniebananie anniebananie 8 years
i don't know how i feel about this, i grew up in Brazil very close to the equator and i never needed water shoes to keep my feet from burning at the beach. Though they seem useful for the river since the rocks are sometimes slippery.
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