If you are a parent one of your main concern is your kid's health and probably you have heard about ¨flat feet¨.
Children with flat feet, also called pes planus, have a flattening of the arch during standing and walking. Flat foot is normal in infants and young children (up to 44% of three- to six-year-olds)
Footwear in early childhood has been thought to cause flat foot. Recent research questions this theory, as populations that habitually walk barefoot have flatter arches than populations that wear shoes.
In order to avoid ¨flat feet¨ parents can find special footwear for babies. Parents spend time - finding the footwear - and money - purchasing the footwear. But, if you are a parent you know that infants hate footwear. They do not want to use them. They prefer socks.
The problem with socks is that babies slip and fall down to the ground when they are learning to walk.
So, we think about first-step baby socks that helps infant to avoid ¨flat feet¨and avoid infants slip and fall down.
The main difference between first-step baby socks and normal socks are that they have a hole in which you can insert a laminated EVA Foam that fits with your baby's feet. So, you the laminated EVA Foam can be interchangeable with different first-step baby socks.