Tyler Low Top Baby Shoes, Mini Shoez

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Now: C$22.99
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Type:
Mini Shoez
Gender:
Boys
Material:
Leather
Color:
Beige
Gender:
Gender Neutral
Gift wrapping:
Options available
Type:
Mini Shoez
Gender:
Boys
Material:
Leather
Color:
Beige
Gender:
Gender Neutral

Description

mini-shoez-500-x-370.jpgYour baby will look just like Dad in these cool grey canvas baby shoes that have navy and white trim. Navy faux laces complete this shoe's look contemporary look.

  • Canvas with suede sole and split rubber outsole
  • Flexible soles and cushioned foam insoles provides protection, comfort and flexibility for healthy foot growth
  • Non-skid, split rubber outsole helps prevent your child from slipping
  • Elasticized back provides "easy on, stay on" functionality
  • Sizing is roomy to accommodate different feet sizes and allow for growing feet
  • Best for indoor use and light outdoor activity
  • Recommended that children with sensitive feet and ankles should wear socks with this shoe
  • Approved by the American Podiatric Medical Association
  • Spot clean with a mild detergent and damp cloth
  • Made in China

 

Mini Shoez Benefits

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Our Mini Shoez have a stylish and fun appeal as they take their fashion cues from styles that Mom or Dad might wear. They flex and bend with every step while providing extra protection as they promote good balance and unrestricted growth.

1. Split rubber sole provides added protection and support

2. Cushioned insole gives added support and comfort

3. Elasticized ankle makes it easy to put shoe on or off

4. Structured fit has more shoe like feel

 

 

 

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  • 1
    These shoes suck

    Posted by Carrie on 8th Sep 2017

    I'm sending them back. We have the robeez pre walker shoes and love them, the 9-12 month shoes fit perfectly. Now my guy is walking we bought these in 12-18 months and we can't even get them on his feet. Description indicated they are adjustable to get on and off but neither my husband or I can figure out how they adjust.