WALKING BAREFOOT, WALKING WITH ATTIPAS
The baby should go barefoot until he acquires a correct walking pattern, but in our day to day we cannot always carry him without shoes. Under this necessity Attipas was born. Attipas was launched in 2011 after 7 years of cooperative research and development carried out in conjunction with the Center for Cognitive Behavioral Development at the University of Seoul.
Attipas was developed based on biomechanical knowledge of baby brain development, allowing young children to feel the environment under the sole of their shoes, and move their feet and toes freely thanks to its toe-cap feature. Attipas helps correct the child's gait by evenly distributing foot pressure.
Attipas is therefore a shoe designed simply to protect the baby's foot when the environment or the weather does not allow the baby to go barefoot, a respectful shoe that only protects, without interfering with the tread and allowing the correct development of the baby's foot. A shoe that provides free movement and is therefore the closest thing to going barefoot.