Resort Ready Footwear 
Sandals, sneakers & more for this season's sunny escapes
Brands We Love
NATIVE
CROCS
THE ORIGINAL SALT WATER SANDAL
MINI MELISSA
SEE KAI RUN
WATER SHOES featuring Native & Crocs
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SANDALS featuring Saltwater & Birkenstock
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JELLY SHOES featuring Mini Melissa
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SNEAKERS featuring Stride Rite
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GIRLS' SWIM
BOYS' SWIM
SUN ACCESSORIES

Sun calling? Diapers.com has you covered. Our 2017 Resort Ready Collection has been curated with you in mind, and turns the spotlight on one of your most important vacay-ready assets: footwear. Boots won’t work for the sandy beaches in Hawaii, so be sure to shop our smart, cute, and trend-right picks for boys and girls, from baby to toddler to bigger kid. Whether you’re headed to Barcelona or the Sunshine State, you’ll want to pack easy, breezy shoes and sandals for every conceivable occasions – afternoons at the beach, jaunts to popular (and little-known) locales, and dinners on the water. We’re totally loving the cool-yet-practical choices from Saltwater – including sporty boys’ sandals and metallic sandals for girls. You’ll also find super-chic and whimsical jelly shoes from Mini Melissa, plus the best sneakers for little feet courtesy of Stride Rite. In need of a new pair of kids’ water shoes? We have you covered on that front, too. Find water shoes for girls and boys from top brands including kids pool sneakers from Native Shoes. And, of course, no winter escape is complete without the requisite beachwear. Shop swimwear for boys and swimwear for baby and toddler girls, including boardshorts, bathing suits, and two-piece sets. A classic Hawaiian print bathing suit never fails to up the cute factor, while rashguards for toddlers let your little surfer go wild. Finally, don’t forget to shop vacation accessories. Let your baby safely play in the sun by shopping some of our favorite brands. Sunhats and sunglasses are just as important as those shoes and bathing suits – and our top picks will keep your mini cool, cute, and (most importantly) happy while you’re all in vacation mode.