Best Youth Nike Running Shoes in 2021
Nike Unisex-Kid's Revolution 5 Grade School Running Shoe, Black/White-Anthracite, 6Y Regular US Big Kid
- REVOLUTIONARY COMFORT: The Nike Revolution 5 big kid's running shoes cushion your stride with soft foam to keep you running in comfort.
- BREATHABLE SUPPORT: Lightweight mesh is stretchy and breathable, making these the Nike shoes kids need. Foam around the ankle is soft and comfortable. Revolutionary comfort helps kids run and play.
- DURABLE & FLEXIBLE TRACTION: These Nike shoes are made with flexible and durable with rubber soles. Traditional laces create a secure fit.
- KID'S RUNNING SHOES: Imported, fabric: lightweight mesh knit upper, rubber outsole, foam ankle lining.
Nike Kids' Grade School Tanjun Shoes Youth Size 7
Nike Kids' Grade School Flex Runner Running Shoes (6.5, Black/White)
Nike Youth Roshe One (Black/Black/Black)(6.5 M US Big Kid)
- Vendor Name: NIKE
- Style No: 599728-031
- Material : Textile/Suede
- Descr : ROSHE ONE (GS)
- Color : BLACK
Nike Boys' Tessen (GS) Running Shoe, Wolf Grey/Black-White, 6Y Youth US Big Kid
- 2-piece mesh upper with synthetic overlay delivers breathable support
- Durable midsole provides soft, responsive cushioning
- Flex grooves are hot-knife cut into the outsole for enhanced flexibility
Nike Kid's Grade School Free RN 2018 Running Shoes, Black/White, 7 Big Kid
- Single-layer mesh and synthetic upper materials
- Lace-up closure
- Removable foam insole
- Textile/mesh upper
Nike Boys' Viale (GS) Running Shoe, Black/Black-Black, 6Y Youth US Big Kid
- Ultralight design inspired by the marathon runners of Breaking7
- Mesh upper allows breathability.
- Outsole helps optimize stability with lugs surrounding a midfoot cleft.
- Injected unit (IU) foam midsole for cushioning and long-lasting comfort
- Synthetic textile on foxing for style contrast.
Nike Kids Flex Experience RN 7 (GS) Wolf Grey/White Cool Grey Running Shoe, 6 Big Kid
Nike Youth Roshe One (Black/Silver/White)(5.5 M US Big Kid)
- Full-length Phylon midsole for lightweight cushioning.
- Waffle outsole for traction
- Cushioned collar for protection around ankle
Nike Kids Flex Contact (GS) Black/Dark Grey/Anthracite Running Shoe 6.5 Kids US
- Lace-up closure
- Knitted construction for a close, natural fit
Is Tanning Safe for Pregnant Women?
With summer soon approaching, many women are running to the tanning salon to get their body bikini-ready. Unfortunately for our skin, a golden tan is the current beauty trend and even pregnant women sometimes feel the pressure to have that golden glow.
Of course, we all know that over-exposure to UV rays can lead to premature aging of the skin and even skin cancer, but are there hidden dangers for women who are expecting? The simple answer is: no one really knows. Researchers have yet to come up with conclusive evidence proving that tanning beds are an immediate threat to a growing fetus.
However, researchers DO know that over-exposure to UV rays may indirectly harm an unborn baby, because it can cause certain changes in the mother's body. For example, most experts strongly discourage expecting mothers from participating in any activity that might cause a rise in their core body temperature (over 102 degrees Fahrenheit). Such activities could include the use of tanning beds, as well as hot tubs and saunas. Even general over-exposure to the sun can be harmful to an unborn baby in this way. Studies have linked overheating (hyperthermia), to developmental problems in babies, such as spinal malformations. Hyperthermia is thought to be especially harmful during the first trimester.
Over-exposure to UV rays is also thought to contribute to folic acid deficiency. Folic acid is vital to your baby's health, especially during the first trimester. Folic acid helps to prevent neural tube defects, such as spina bifida.
Finally, the increase in perspiration brought about by too much time in the sun (or tanning bed), can negatively affect breast milk production.
An alternative to spending time in the sun or tanning bed is using a sunless tanning product. Sunless tanning lotions and sprays have come a long way in recent years. There are many products on the market these days that provide faster and more natural results without the unpleasant odor. However, even a bottle tan might not be completely safe. There has been some concern that the active ingredient, dihydroxyacetone (DHA), may be able to penetrate the skin. DHA has been used in many cosmetics since the 1960s without any reported problems; however, many health care professionals still suggest that women wait until at least the second trimester to use any self-tanning product.
Unfortunately, there is no concrete proof regarding the dangers of tanning beds or sunless tanners to a growing fetus. However, if it were my child, I wouldn't want to risk it. Your child may pay for a lifetime, because you couldn't go nine months without a tan. It just doesn't seem worth it to me. Plus, who needs a tan when you have that wonderful pregnancy glow!
However, if you do decide to tan during your pregnancy, or spend a considerable amount of time out in the sun, at least be smart about it. Your skin may be more susceptible to burning during pregnancy, so don't tan for as long as you usually would, whether you're laying on the beach, or tanning indoors in a bed. When choosing a tanning salon, make sure that you select one that has well ventilated or air conditioned rooms, to lower your risk of hyperthermia. Finally, keep yourself well hydrated. Increase your fluid intake according to the amount of time you spend in the sun.
Medical Information referenced from:
Harms, Roger W., et al. Mayo Clinic Guide To A Healthy Pregnancy