Shoe width around the ankle is regulated with a velcro.
Light flat sole made of microcellular rubber sheets is stitched to the leather, featuring tremendous flexibility and elasticity (appropriate for a walk outdoor when dry and warm and for kindergartens, where the child spends a lot of time).
IMPORTANT: Can be made with a soft suede sole, with price: $27.50; If you would like one, please contact us!
100% natural leather: soft, light, easy to slip on.
Wool insole included.
Moccasin models feature incredible comfort without stitching and edges to press on and injure the little feet. All edges and contours have been hammered in or pointed outwards.
Our slippers gratify the needs of the grown baby feet making their first steps. They are designed for toddlers - the soft sole and flexible construction of the slipper as a whole are engineered to render a barefoot feeling as close as possible. Toddler shoes must not limit the free movements of the growing baby feet, nor deform, press on and constrict them.
Our baby slippers may be used for walking, as well. Having a soft sole makes them suitable for walking indoor . It is recommended that children up to two years use predominantly soft soles, with best results when barefoot, if conditions allow .
* Sizes: Currently we may produce this model in seven sizes. Please specify the size you need:
Size 1: 4 - 11 months old (11 cm. long 4.33")
Size 2: 7 - 12 months old (12 cm. long or 4.72" )
Size 3: 10 - 16 months old (13 cm. long or 5.12" )
Size 4: 12 - 24 months old (14 cm. long or 5.5" )
Please note, that bigger sizes (size 5 and above), cost $29.5 with a soft sole and $33 with a rubber sole. If you would like bigger size, please contact us first to create a new listing for you.
Size 5: 24 - 36 months old (15 cm. long or 5.9" )
Size 6: 2.5 - 4 y.o. (16 cm. long or 6.3")
Size 7: 3.5 - 5 y.o. (17 cm. long or 6.7")
To determine foot size, measure from the end of the heel to the end of the thumb with foot stretched out and ADD +1 sm / 0.4 inch to have the total shoe size you need. If Your baby is old enough to stand erect, you may have her or him stand on a sheet of paper and mark off the two ends with a pencil perpendicular to the sheet.