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I designed these lowtop slippers with soft, non-slip soles to keep your little one warm and sure-footed on your slippery floors all year long. They are handmade from a purple, recycled, felted, 100% merino wool sweater, recycled brown leather, and shell buttons (each pair of slippers will vary slightly). Decorative straps and buttons give these slippers an extra bit of cuteness. Felting makes the wool thick and warm. I have added a layer of felted lambswool on the inside of the soles and a gentle band of elastic to keep these slippers on busy feet. My slippers are great for daycare, preschool, the library, car trips, light outdoor use, and sleeping!

SIZE: Please follow these instructions for the best fit:

1. Trace your child’s foot on a piece of paper.
2. Measure the length and add up to ½ inch (or 1.25 cm) for growing room. This is your “Sole Length”. Choose a size from the chart below.
3. Enter your size in the 'Message to Seller' section when you place your order.

E----------- 6.25 inches (16 cm) -------- Kids 9.5, 1 in stock

See http://www.etsy.com/shop/woolybaby/policy for more information on Wooly Baby sizes (including how to find the size you need).

As of now, I cannot make this color in size(s) other than those listed above. See more colors and sizes here... http://www.woolybaby.etsy.com.

CARE: Machine wash with cold water. It is normal for the leather to darken with wear.

Thank you for supporting my eco-friendly business!

Kids Slippers, Leather Soles, Eco Friendly, Size kids 9.5, To My Own Tune


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: wool, leather, elastic
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 1895 reviews
  • Favorited by: 18 people