Stonz Winter Toddler Puffer Booties - Pine

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Perfect for your little explorer out in cold weather, Stonz Puffer Baby Booties keep their feet dry & warm even in the middle of winter. The Stonz Puffer baby booties use 3M thinsulate to keep them cozy in temperatures as low as -20ºC. Easy to get on and off for any impromptu backyard play session, these soft-sole non-slip shoes are perfect for early walkers that still have wobbly steps.

Warm without being bulky, these versatile puffer booties were made for kids (and parents) on the go: lightweight for toting around in your diaper bag and with an extra-wide opening that easily covers shoes or liners. Got a wiggly baby? Just secure with the toggle closure and you’re done: no amount of kicking and playing will get these off!

Features:

  • Non slip waterproof soles prevent potential falls and are great for walking in wet and snowy conditions
  • The 3M insulation layer keeps your baby extra cozy and an ultra warm fleece liner can be purchased separately to be inserted in extreme cold situations
  • Waterproof, durable, flexible and non-slip sole made with PLUSfoam®
  • Easy for parents: Easy slip on/off, lightweight and easy to pack, and machine washable
  • Safe for your child’s feet: Soft form-fitting soles / zero drop aka no heel (no elevation in any part of the shoe) - to help baby’s developing feet by not manipulating the surface
  • CPMA certified - certifies the product is good for your child’s foot health and development
  • Safe for the planet: vegan friendly

Specifications:

  • Small: 0-6 Months - Foot Length 3.5in Foot Width 2.6in Shaft Height 6.5in
  • Medium: 6-18 Months - Foot Length 4.7in Foot Width 2.8in Shaft Height 6.7in
  • Large:1-2.5 Years - Foot Length 5.5in Foot Width 3.3in Shaft Height 7.1in
  • X-Large: 2-3 Years - Foot Length 6.3in Foot Width 3.3in Shaft Height 7.1in

Care Instructions:

  • Machine washable: Because hand washing and kids don’t mix well, these can be thrown in the wash and they’ll be as good as new

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