More to explore:

Jelly Shoes

Shoes

There’s more to see...
Come take a look at what else is here!
Visit site
  • Gloria Betters

    I had several colors. Always had to have my dad dig rocks out of the heel grooves for me. Lol

  • Aisha E

    Jelly shoes! i used to rock these in every color back in the 80's!

  • Niecie Lee

    Jellie Shoes childhood memories !lol

  • Leah Penner

    Live uncomfortably, 80s style! Jelly shoes

  • Hennessee Andrews

    Jelly Shoes - I remember not getting a pair of colored ones and instead got black. Kids at school made fun of me :(

  • Lisa Kennedy

    my daughter wanted Jelly shoes. She had to save her own $5 because I knew the shoes were junk. She wore them to school one day and came home with multiple blisters on her feet and never wore them again. First lesson in "sometimes Mom can be right."

Related Pins

.the great 50's ~~ I had to wear them as a kid in the 60's. not because they were in style any more, but because they were "corrective shoes" for flat feet! ~~GG

Jelly shoes- available at the local small town grocery for just a few dollars. Got a new pair every summer, and I remember the first ones that had a "high heel".

Jelly shoes - You had to wear these with tight-rolled jeans!

Jelly shoes! I used to get gravel stuck in the heels of mine and it drove me mad picking it out all the time.

# 2 use for your pencil in school: after recess, pick the playground rocks from your jellies..

Robert for our first Chirstmas together, made one of my childhood dreams come true when bought me my OWN Polly Pocket. He ordered it from England because it was the only one he could find that was made in 1999, the year I was 10 ♥

Remember these?! Fruit-flavored candy sugar in fruit-shaped bottles. I used to LOVE these!

I not only wore these as bracelets, i used them to pretend that i had a retainer!!! ha

I loved jelly shoes even though your feet would swell & you would have the design imprint on your feet : )

when he first saw this toy, my teenage son, who had never seen an old-school cash register before, said, "What is that, Baby's First Slots?"