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Reviewed in the United States on January 8, 2021
The smallest size in Big Kid Under Armour slides that I could buy was a 4, otherwise I never would have ordered a 4 for my 7yr old to grow into. He is currently between a 1 and a 2 in youth shoes (photos show his size 1 Keens and size 2 Shaqs). Surprisingly the 4s fit!

They are very cushioned on the bottom, and he liked that softness and support, however I had to loosen the Velcro top to compensate as that was too tight.

They were on sale, so I felt comfortable getting what I thought was a bigger size for him in the future. The sale price was still good though for shoes he can wear now, and still have some wiggle room.

Rubber traction seems secure and stable, which is important as he’s often going to be wearing them in to the gym for gymnastics practices and competitions
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4.0 out of 5 stars Definitely runs small
By Kia G. on January 8, 2021
The smallest size in Big Kid Under Armour slides that I could buy was a 4, otherwise I never would have ordered a 4 for my 7yr old to grow into. He is currently between a 1 and a 2 in youth shoes (photos show his size 1 Keens and size 2 Shaqs). Surprisingly the 4s fit!

They are very cushioned on the bottom, and he liked that softness and support, however I had to loosen the Velcro top to compensate as that was too tight.

They were on sale, so I felt comfortable getting what I thought was a bigger size for him in the future. The sale price was still good though for shoes he can wear now, and still have some wiggle room.

Rubber traction seems secure and stable, which is important as he’s often going to be wearing them in to the gym for gymnastics practices and competitions
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