Dotty Fish Soft Leather Baby Shoes. Toddler Shoes. Non-Slip.

Dotty Fish Soft Leather Baby Shoes. Toddler Shoes. Non-Slip.
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These gorgeous soft leather baby shoes have a classic design in various colours and are perfect for little feet. They all have a suede sole which is slip resistant and allows babys foot to move and develop freely. These lovely soft baby shoes are suitable for boys and girls and come in sizes new-born to 3-4 years. All Dotty Fish shoes are designed in England especially for babies and toddlers. They are great first walking shoes as they are lightweight and flexible and the soft sole means that little ones can find their balance and feel the floor. The elasticated ankle trim makes them comfortable to wear but means they stay on wriggly feet so no more lost socks or cold feet while out and about. This classic style of shoe is perfect for a day at nursery or can be dressed up for any special occasion. The simple classic design and plain colours works with lots of different outfits. These shoes are perfect for Christenings and special occasions. Breathable, flexible leather Perfect for indoor wear on wooden and laminate floors Ideal for Christenings and special occasions Elasticated ankle trim means shoes stay on Non-slip suede sole All Dotty Fish shoes come packaged in organza drawstring gift bag and fits through the letter box. Our leather is tested to ensure they are safe for babies and toddlers. Sizes: 0-6 Months 3-4 Years Colour: White / Pink / Navy / Grey Material: Leather with Suede Sole Please refer to the images for our size guide. Get the right fit for your child’s feet by following our step by step guide shows you how to do this. Step 1: Place a piece of paper on a hard floor surface and tape it down so it doesn’t move. Step 2: Ask your child to stand on the paper or gently place their foot on the paper. Step 3: Mark off the back of the heel and the tip of the longest toe using your pencil. Make sure your child’s foot hasn’t moved between markings. Step 4: As both feet may be slightly different sizes, repeat this for the other foot. Step 5: Measure the distance between the two marks.

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