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  • Baby Urban Boots - Navy

    Baby Urban Boots - Navy

    Baby Urban Boots are made from premium soft leather to allow for healthy foot development. It is recommended that you keep your child in flexible soled shoes from birth until they are confidently walking. Materials:  Upper – Leather Inner Sole – Leather Outsole – Suede Leather Support for developing feet According to the Australian Podiatrist Association, barefoot or only wearing very soft shoes helps your children's foot to develop and assists in strengthening muscles. Babies tend to have a natural reflex to curl their toes and arch their feet which means that lightweight, flexible shoes tend to allow feet to move freely and support natural movement. Protection from heat/cold Little feet need protection from the heat in summer, the cold in winter and from unpleasant surfaces, especially when they start to crawl. Socks are great for around the house, but shoes are preferred when your child is outside, especially when the weather is cooler or they are crawling in public areas or outside. Leather shoes allow your child’s feet to breathe and stay cool in warmer months, while still protecting them from the sun. Learning to walk When your baby starts to learn how to walk, podiatrists recommend keeping your child in soft soles shoes. Shoes with thick soles can make it more difficult for your child when they are learning to walk due to being to rigid or heavy. Soft sole, flexible shoes allow your child to feel the ground, which will help them grip and improve their balance and coordination, enabling them to walk more confidently. Transitioning to toddler shoes Our range of soft sole baby shoes are created with a wider toe area and extra room around the top of the foot to allow for growing feet and wriggly toes. They come in a range of styles that are comfortable and easy to put on little feet. A slightly more rigid sole can be introduced when your child has been confidently walking for at least a few months. We have a range of kids shoes with a flexible rubber sole, that can help the transition from soft soles to shoes.

    $9.00$5.00

    Don't pay: $39.95

  • Baby City Moccasins - Mustard/Ochre

    Baby City Moccasins - Mustard/Ochre

    Baby City Moccasins are made from premium soft leather, with a flexivle zipper for easy use. Three everlasting colours to choose from. Perfect for their first two little steps. Materials:  Upper – Leather Inner Sole – Leather Outsole – Leather Zipper Support for developing feet According to the Australian Podiatrist Association, barefoot or only wearing very soft shoes helps your children's foot to develop and assists in strengthening muscles. Babies tend to have a natural reflex to curl their toes and arch their feet which means that lightweight, flexible shoes tend to allow feet to move freely and support natural movement. Protection from heat/cold Little feet need protection from the heat in summer, the cold in winter and from unpleasant surfaces, especially when they start to crawl. Socks are great for around the house, but shoes are preferred when your child is outside, especially when the weather is cooler or they are crawling in public areas or outside. Leather shoes allow your child’s feet to breathe and stay cool in warmer months, while still protecting them from the sun. Learning to walk When your baby starts to learn how to walk, podiatrists recommend keeping your child in soft soles shoes. Shoes with thick soles can make it more difficult for your child when they are learning to walk due to being to rigid or heavy. Soft sole, flexible shoes allow your child to feel the ground, which will help them grip and improve their balance and coordination, enabling them to walk more confidently. Transitioning to toddler shoes Our range of soft sole baby shoes are created with a wider toe area and extra room around the top of the foot to allow for growing feet and wriggly toes. They come in a range of styles that are comfortable and easy to put on little feet. A slightly more rigid sole can be introduced when your child has been confidently walking for at least a few months. We have a range of kids shoes with a flexible rubber sole, that can help the transition from soft soles to shoes.

    $9.00$5.00

    Don't pay: $39.95

  • Baby City Moccasins - Navy

    Baby City Moccasins - Navy

    Baby City Moccasins are made from premium soft leather, with a flexivle zipper for easy use. Three everlasting colours to choose from. Perfect for their first two little steps. Materials:  Upper – Leather Inner Sole – Leather Outsole – Leather Zipper Support for developing feet According to the Australian Podiatrist Association, barefoot or only wearing very soft shoes helps your children's foot to develop and assists in strengthening muscles. Babies tend to have a natural reflex to curl their toes and arch their feet which means that lightweight, flexible shoes tend to allow feet to move freely and support natural movement. Protection from heat/cold Little feet need protection from the heat in summer, the cold in winter and from unpleasant surfaces, especially when they start to crawl. Socks are great for around the house, but shoes are preferred when your child is outside, especially when the weather is cooler or they are crawling in public areas or outside. Leather shoes allow your child’s feet to breathe and stay cool in warmer months, while still protecting them from the sun. Learning to walk When your baby starts to learn how to walk, podiatrists recommend keeping your child in soft soles shoes. Shoes with thick soles can make it more difficult for your child when they are learning to walk due to being to rigid or heavy. Soft sole, flexible shoes allow your child to feel the ground, which will help them grip and improve their balance and coordination, enabling them to walk more confidently. Transitioning to toddler shoes Our range of soft sole baby shoes are created with a wider toe area and extra room around the top of the foot to allow for growing feet and wriggly toes. They come in a range of styles that are comfortable and easy to put on little feet. A slightly more rigid sole can be introduced when your child has been confidently walking for at least a few months. We have a range of kids shoes with a flexible rubber sole, that can help the transition from soft soles to shoes.

    $9.00$5.00

    Don't pay: $39.95

  • Baby City Moccasins - Grey

    Baby City Moccasins - Grey

    Baby City Moccasins are made from premium soft leather, with a flexivle zipper for easy use. Three everlasting colours to choose from. Perfect for their first two little steps. Materials:  Upper – Leather Inner Sole – Leather Outsole – Leather Zipper Support for developing feet According to the Australian Podiatrist Association, barefoot or only wearing very soft shoes helps your children's foot to develop and assists in strengthening muscles. Babies tend to have a natural reflex to curl their toes and arch their feet which means that lightweight, flexible shoes tend to allow feet to move freely and support natural movement. Protection from heat/cold Little feet need protection from the heat in summer, the cold in winter and from unpleasant surfaces, especially when they start to crawl. Socks are great for around the house, but shoes are preferred when your child is outside, especially when the weather is cooler or they are crawling in public areas or outside. Leather shoes allow your child’s feet to breathe and stay cool in warmer months, while still protecting them from the sun. Learning to walk When your baby starts to learn how to walk, podiatrists recommend keeping your child in soft soles shoes. Shoes with thick soles can make it more difficult for your child when they are learning to walk due to being to rigid or heavy. Soft sole, flexible shoes allow your child to feel the ground, which will help them grip and improve their balance and coordination, enabling them to walk more confidently. Transitioning to toddler shoes Our range of soft sole baby shoes are created with a wider toe area and extra room around the top of the foot to allow for growing feet and wriggly toes. They come in a range of styles that are comfortable and easy to put on little feet. A slightly more rigid sole can be introduced when your child has been confidently walking for at least a few months. We have a range of kids shoes with a flexible rubber sole, that can help the transition from soft soles to shoes.

    $9.00$5.00

    Don't pay: $39.95

  • Baby Urban Boots - Tan

    Baby Urban Boots - Tan

    Baby Urban Boots are made from premium soft leather to allow for healthy foot development. It is recommended that you keep your child in flexible soled shoes from birth until they are confidently walking. Materials:  Upper – Leather Inner Sole – Leather Outsole – Suede Leather Support for developing feet According to the Australian Podiatrist Association, barefoot or only wearing very soft shoes helps your children's foot to develop and assists in strengthening muscles. Babies tend to have a natural reflex to curl their toes and arch their feet which means that lightweight, flexible shoes tend to allow feet to move freely and support natural movement. Protection from heat/cold Little feet need protection from the heat in summer, the cold in winter and from unpleasant surfaces, especially when they start to crawl. Socks are great for around the house, but shoes are preferred when your child is outside, especially when the weather is cooler or they are crawling in public areas or outside. Leather shoes allow your child’s feet to breathe and stay cool in warmer months, while still protecting them from the sun. Learning to walk When your baby starts to learn how to walk, podiatrists recommend keeping your child in soft soles shoes. Shoes with thick soles can make it more difficult for your child when they are learning to walk due to being to rigid or heavy. Soft sole, flexible shoes allow your child to feel the ground, which will help them grip and improve their balance and coordination, enabling them to walk more confidently. Transitioning to toddler shoes Our range of soft sole baby shoes are created with a wider toe area and extra room around the top of the foot to allow for growing feet and wriggly toes. They come in a range of styles that are comfortable and easy to put on little feet. A slightly more rigid sole can be introduced when your child has been confidently walking for at least a few months. We have a range of kids shoes with a flexible rubber sole, that can help the transition from soft soles to shoes.

    $9.00$5.00

    Don't pay: $39.95

  • Baby Oxford Lace-Ups - Navy

    Baby Oxford Lace-Ups - Navy

    Baby Oxford Lace-Ups Materials:  Upper – Leather Inner Sole – Leather Outsole – Leather Eyelets and Lace Support for developing feet According to the Australian Podiatrist Association, barefoot or only wearing very soft shoes helps your children's foot to develop and assists in strengthening muscles. Babies tend to have a natural reflex to curl their toes and arch their feet which means that lightweight, flexible shoes tend to allow feet to move freely and support natural movement. Protection from heat/cold Little feet need protection from the heat in summer, the cold in winter and from unpleasant surfaces, especially when they start to crawl. Socks are great for around the house, but shoes are preferred when your child is outside, especially when the weather is cooler or they are crawling in public areas or outside. Leather shoes allow your child’s feet to breathe and stay cool in warmer months, while still protecting them from the sun. Learning to walk When your baby starts to learn how to walk, podiatrists recommend keeping your child in soft soles shoes. Shoes with thick soles can make it more difficult for your child when they are learning to walk due to being to rigid or heavy. Soft sole, flexible shoes allow your child to feel the ground, which will help them grip and improve their balance and coordination, enabling them to walk more confidently. Transitioning to toddler shoes Our range of soft sole baby shoes are created with a wider toe area and extra room around the top of the foot to allow for growing feet and wriggly toes. They come in a range of styles that are comfortable and easy to put on little feet. A slightly more rigid sole can be introduced when your child has been confidently walking for at least a few months. We have a range of kids shoes with a flexible rubber sole, that can help the transition from soft soles to shoes.

    $9.00$5.00

    Don't pay: $34.95

  • Baby Oxford Lace-Ups - Mist Suede

    Baby Oxford Lace-Ups - Mist Suede

    Baby Oxford Lace-Ups Materials:  Upper – Leather Inner Sole – Leather Outsole – Leather Eyelets and Lace Support for developing feet According to the Australian Podiatrist Association, barefoot or only wearing very soft shoes helps your children's foot to develop and assists in strengthening muscles. Babies tend to have a natural reflex to curl their toes and arch their feet which means that lightweight, flexible shoes tend to allow feet to move freely and support natural movement. Protection from heat/cold Little feet need protection from the heat in summer, the cold in winter and from unpleasant surfaces, especially when they start to crawl. Socks are great for around the house, but shoes are preferred when your child is outside, especially when the weather is cooler or they are crawling in public areas or outside. Leather shoes allow your child’s feet to breathe and stay cool in warmer months, while still protecting them from the sun. Learning to walk When your baby starts to learn how to walk, podiatrists recommend keeping your child in soft soles shoes. Shoes with thick soles can make it more difficult for your child when they are learning to walk due to being to rigid or heavy. Soft sole, flexible shoes allow your child to feel the ground, which will help them grip and improve their balance and coordination, enabling them to walk more confidently. Transitioning to toddler shoes Our range of soft sole baby shoes are created with a wider toe area and extra room around the top of the foot to allow for growing feet and wriggly toes. They come in a range of styles that are comfortable and easy to put on little feet. A slightly more rigid sole can be introduced when your child has been confidently walking for at least a few months. We have a range of kids shoes with a flexible rubber sole, that can help the transition from soft soles to shoes.

    $9.00$5.00

    Don't pay: $34.95

  • Toddler Oxford Lace-Ups - Ruby

    Toddler Oxford Lace-Ups - Ruby

    Toddler Oxford Lace-Ups range from sizes 5 - 12 and allow the transistion from soft sole to a more solid base. With all leather upper and inner soles, these Oxfords have a sturdy non-slip rubber base that is suitable for all types of weather. Materials:  Upper – Leather Inner Sole – Leather Outsole – Rubber Eyelets and Lace Support for developing feet According to the Australian Podiatrist Association, barefoot or only wearing very soft shoes helps your children's foot to develop and assists in strengthening muscles. Babies tend to have a natural reflex to curl their toes and arch their feet which means that lightweight, flexible shoes tend to allow feet to move freely and support natural movement. Protection from heat/cold Little feet need protection from the heat in summer, the cold in winter and from unpleasant surfaces, especially when they start to crawl. Socks are great for around the house, but shoes are preferred when your child is outside, especially when the weather is cooler or they are crawling in public areas or outside. Leather shoes allow your child’s feet to breathe and stay cool in warmer months, while still protecting them from the sun. Learning to walk When your baby starts to learn how to walk, podiatrists recommend keeping your child in soft soles shoes. Shoes with thick soles can make it more difficult for your child when they are learning to walk due to being to rigid or heavy. Soft sole, flexible shoes allow your child to feel the ground, which will help them grip and improve their balance and coordination, enabling them to walk more confidently. Transitioning to toddler shoes Our range of soft sole baby shoes are created with a wider toe area and extra room around the top of the foot to allow for growing feet and wriggly toes. They come in a range of styles that are comfortable and easy to put on little feet. A slightly more rigid sole can be introduced when your child has been confidently walking for at least a few months. We have a range of kids shoes with a flexible rubber sole, that can help the transition from soft soles to shoes.

    $9.00$5.00

    Don't pay: $39.95

  • Baby Urban Boots - Grey

    Baby Urban Boots - Grey

    Baby Urban Boots are made from premium soft leather to allow for healthy foot development. It is recommended that you keep your child in flexible soled shoes from birth until they are confidently walking. Materials:  Upper – Leather Inner Sole – Leather Outsole – Suede Leather Support for developing feet According to the Australian Podiatrist Association, barefoot or only wearing very soft shoes helps your children's foot to develop and assists in strengthening muscles. Babies tend to have a natural reflex to curl their toes and arch their feet which means that lightweight, flexible shoes tend to allow feet to move freely and support natural movement. Protection from heat/cold Little feet need protection from the heat in summer, the cold in winter and from unpleasant surfaces, especially when they start to crawl. Socks are great for around the house, but shoes are preferred when your child is outside, especially when the weather is cooler or they are crawling in public areas or outside. Leather shoes allow your child’s feet to breathe and stay cool in warmer months, while still protecting them from the sun. Learning to walk When your baby starts to learn how to walk, podiatrists recommend keeping your child in soft soles shoes. Shoes with thick soles can make it more difficult for your child when they are learning to walk due to being to rigid or heavy. Soft sole, flexible shoes allow your child to feel the ground, which will help them grip and improve their balance and coordination, enabling them to walk more confidently. Transitioning to toddler shoes Our range of soft sole baby shoes are created with a wider toe area and extra room around the top of the foot to allow for growing feet and wriggly toes. They come in a range of styles that are comfortable and easy to put on little feet. A slightly more rigid sole can be introduced when your child has been confidently walking for at least a few months. We have a range of kids shoes with a flexible rubber sole, that can help the transition from soft soles to shoes.

    $9.00$5.00

    Don't pay: $39.95

  • Baby Urban Boots - Silver

    Baby Urban Boots - Silver

    Baby Urban Boots are made from premium soft leather to allow for healthy foot development. It is recommended that you keep your child in flexible soled shoes from birth until they are confidently walking. Materials:  Upper – Leather Inner Sole – Leather Outsole – Suede Leather Support for developing feet According to the Australian Podiatrist Association, barefoot or only wearing very soft shoes helps your children's foot to develop and assists in strengthening muscles. Babies tend to have a natural reflex to curl their toes and arch their feet which means that lightweight, flexible shoes tend to allow feet to move freely and support natural movement. Protection from heat/cold Little feet need protection from the heat in summer, the cold in winter and from unpleasant surfaces, especially when they start to crawl. Socks are great for around the house, but shoes are preferred when your child is outside, especially when the weather is cooler or they are crawling in public areas or outside. Leather shoes allow your child’s feet to breathe and stay cool in warmer months, while still protecting them from the sun. Learning to walk When your baby starts to learn how to walk, podiatrists recommend keeping your child in soft soles shoes. Shoes with thick soles can make it more difficult for your child when they are learning to walk due to being to rigid or heavy. Soft sole, flexible shoes allow your child to feel the ground, which will help them grip and improve their balance and coordination, enabling them to walk more confidently. Transitioning to toddler shoes Our range of soft sole baby shoes are created with a wider toe area and extra room around the top of the foot to allow for growing feet and wriggly toes. They come in a range of styles that are comfortable and easy to put on little feet. A slightly more rigid sole can be introduced when your child has been confidently walking for at least a few months. We have a range of kids shoes with a flexible rubber sole, that can help the transition from soft soles to shoes.

    $9.00$5.00

    Don't pay: $39.95

  • Baby Oxford Lace-Ups - Leopard Suede

    Baby Oxford Lace-Ups - Leopard Suede

    Baby Oxford Lace-Ups Materials:  Upper – Leather Inner Sole – Leather Outsole – Leather Eyelets and Lace Support for developing feet According to the Australian Podiatrist Association, barefoot or only wearing very soft shoes helps your children's foot to develop and assists in strengthening muscles. Babies tend to have a natural reflex to curl their toes and arch their feet which means that lightweight, flexible shoes tend to allow feet to move freely and support natural movement. Protection from heat/cold Little feet need protection from the heat in summer, the cold in winter and from unpleasant surfaces, especially when they start to crawl. Socks are great for around the house, but shoes are preferred when your child is outside, especially when the weather is cooler or they are crawling in public areas or outside. Leather shoes allow your child’s feet to breathe and stay cool in warmer months, while still protecting them from the sun. Learning to walk When your baby starts to learn how to walk, podiatrists recommend keeping your child in soft soles shoes. Shoes with thick soles can make it more difficult for your child when they are learning to walk due to being to rigid or heavy. Soft sole, flexible shoes allow your child to feel the ground, which will help them grip and improve their balance and coordination, enabling them to walk more confidently. Transitioning to toddler shoes Our range of soft sole baby shoes are created with a wider toe area and extra room around the top of the foot to allow for growing feet and wriggly toes. They come in a range of styles that are comfortable and easy to put on little feet. A slightly more rigid sole can be introduced when your child has been confidently walking for at least a few months. We have a range of kids shoes with a flexible rubber sole, that can help the transition from soft soles to shoes.

    $9.00$5.00

    Don't pay: $34.95

  • Baby Oxford Lace-Ups - Blush Shimmer Pink

    Baby Oxford Lace-Ups - Blush Shimmer Pink

    Baby Oxford Lace-Ups Materials:  Upper – Leather Inner Sole – Leather Outsole – Leather Eyelets and Lace Support for developing feet According to the Australian Podiatrist Association, barefoot or only wearing very soft shoes helps your children's foot to develop and assists in strengthening muscles. Babies tend to have a natural reflex to curl their toes and arch their feet which means that lightweight, flexible shoes tend to allow feet to move freely and support natural movement. Protection from heat/cold Little feet need protection from the heat in summer, the cold in winter and from unpleasant surfaces, especially when they start to crawl. Socks are great for around the house, but shoes are preferred when your child is outside, especially when the weather is cooler or they are crawling in public areas or outside. Leather shoes allow your child’s feet to breathe and stay cool in warmer months, while still protecting them from the sun. Learning to walk When your baby starts to learn how to walk, podiatrists recommend keeping your child in soft soles shoes. Shoes with thick soles can make it more difficult for your child when they are learning to walk due to being to rigid or heavy. Soft sole, flexible shoes allow your child to feel the ground, which will help them grip and improve their balance and coordination, enabling them to walk more confidently. Transitioning to toddler shoes Our range of soft sole baby shoes are created with a wider toe area and extra room around the top of the foot to allow for growing feet and wriggly toes. They come in a range of styles that are comfortable and easy to put on little feet. A slightly more rigid sole can be introduced when your child has been confidently walking for at least a few months. We have a range of kids shoes with a flexible rubber sole, that can help the transition from soft soles to shoes.

    $9.00$5.00

    Don't pay: $34.95

  • Baby Seaside Sandals - Tan Leather & Cheetah

    Baby Seaside Sandals - Tan Leather & Cheetah

    Baby Seaside Sandals have a soft leather sole great for young developing feet, soft and lightweight making it easier to transition to early walking, two little steps at a time. Materials:  Upper – Leather Inner Sole – Leather Outsole – Suede Leather Support for developing feet According to the Australian Podiatrist Association, barefoot or only wearing very soft shoes helps your children's foot to develop and assists in strengthening muscles. Babies tend to have a natural reflex to curl their toes and arch their feet which means that lightweight, flexible shoes tend to allow feet to move freely and support natural movement. Protection from heat/cold Little feet need protection from the heat in summer, the cold in winter and from unpleasant surfaces, especially when they start to crawl. Socks are great for around the house, but shoes are preferred when your child is outside, especially when the weather is cooler or they are crawling in public areas or outside. Leather shoes allow your child’s feet to breathe and stay cool in warmer months, while still protecting them from the sun. Learning to walk When your baby starts to learn how to walk, podiatrists recommend keeping your child in soft soles shoes. Shoes with thick soles can make it more difficult for your child when they are learning to walk due to being to rigid or heavy. Soft sole, flexible shoes allow your child to feel the ground, which will help them grip and improve their balance and coordination, enabling them to walk more confidently. Transitioning to toddler shoes Our range of soft sole baby shoes are created with a wider toe area and extra room around the top of the foot to allow for growing feet and wriggly toes. They come in a range of styles that are comfortable and easy to put on little feet. A slightly more rigid sole can be introduced when your child has been confidently walking for at least a few months. We have a range of kids shoes with a flexible rubber sole, that can help the transition from soft soles to shoes.

    $12.00$5.00

    Don't pay: $39.95

  • Baby Seaside Sandals - Silver

    Baby Seaside Sandals - Silver

    Baby Seaside Sandals have a soft leather sole great for young developing feet, soft and lightweight making it easier to transition to early walking, two little steps at a time. Materials:  Upper – Leather Inner Sole – Leather Outsole – Suede Leather Support for developing feet According to the Australian Podiatrist Association, barefoot or only wearing very soft shoes helps your children's foot to develop and assists in strengthening muscles. Babies tend to have a natural reflex to curl their toes and arch their feet which means that lightweight, flexible shoes tend to allow feet to move freely and support natural movement. Protection from heat/cold Little feet need protection from the heat in summer, the cold in winter and from unpleasant surfaces, especially when they start to crawl. Socks are great for around the house, but shoes are preferred when your child is outside, especially when the weather is cooler or they are crawling in public areas or outside. Leather shoes allow your child’s feet to breathe and stay cool in warmer months, while still protecting them from the sun. Learning to walk When your baby starts to learn how to walk, podiatrists recommend keeping your child in soft soles shoes. Shoes with thick soles can make it more difficult for your child when they are learning to walk due to being to rigid or heavy. Soft sole, flexible shoes allow your child to feel the ground, which will help them grip and improve their balance and coordination, enabling them to walk more confidently. Transitioning to toddler shoes Our range of soft sole baby shoes are created with a wider toe area and extra room around the top of the foot to allow for growing feet and wriggly toes. They come in a range of styles that are comfortable and easy to put on little feet. A slightly more rigid sole can be introduced when your child has been confidently walking for at least a few months. We have a range of kids shoes with a flexible rubber sole, that can help the transition from soft soles to shoes.

    $12.00$5.00

    Don't pay: $39.95

  • Toddler Oxford Lace-Ups - Navy

    Toddler Oxford Lace-Ups - Navy

    Toddler Oxford Lace-Ups range from sizes 5 - 12 and allow the transistion from soft sole to a more solid base. With all leather upper and inner soles, these Oxfords have a sturdy non-slip rubber base that is suitable for all types of weather. Materials:  Upper – Leather Inner Sole – Leather Outsole – Rubber Eyelets and Lace Support for developing feet According to the Australian Podiatrist Association, barefoot or only wearing very soft shoes helps your children's foot to develop and assists in strengthening muscles. Babies tend to have a natural reflex to curl their toes and arch their feet which means that lightweight, flexible shoes tend to allow feet to move freely and support natural movement. Protection from heat/cold Little feet need protection from the heat in summer, the cold in winter and from unpleasant surfaces, especially when they start to crawl. Socks are great for around the house, but shoes are preferred when your child is outside, especially when the weather is cooler or they are crawling in public areas or outside. Leather shoes allow your child’s feet to breathe and stay cool in warmer months, while still protecting them from the sun. Learning to walk When your baby starts to learn how to walk, podiatrists recommend keeping your child in soft soles shoes. Shoes with thick soles can make it more difficult for your child when they are learning to walk due to being to rigid or heavy. Soft sole, flexible shoes allow your child to feel the ground, which will help them grip and improve their balance and coordination, enabling them to walk more confidently. Transitioning to toddler shoes Our range of soft sole baby shoes are created with a wider toe area and extra room around the top of the foot to allow for growing feet and wriggly toes. They come in a range of styles that are comfortable and easy to put on little feet. A slightly more rigid sole can be introduced when your child has been confidently walking for at least a few months. We have a range of kids shoes with a flexible rubber sole, that can help the transition from soft soles to shoes.

    $9.00$5.00

    Don't pay: $39.95

  • Baby Oxford Lace-Ups - Tan

    Baby Oxford Lace-Ups - Tan

    Baby Oxford Lace-Ups Materials:  Upper – Leather Inner Sole – Leather Outsole – Leather Eyelets and Lace Support for developing feet According to the Australian Podiatrist Association, barefoot or only wearing very soft shoes helps your children's foot to develop and assists in strengthening muscles. Babies tend to have a natural reflex to curl their toes and arch their feet which means that lightweight, flexible shoes tend to allow feet to move freely and support natural movement. Protection from heat/cold Little feet need protection from the heat in summer, the cold in winter and from unpleasant surfaces, especially when they start to crawl. Socks are great for around the house, but shoes are preferred when your child is outside, especially when the weather is cooler or they are crawling in public areas or outside. Leather shoes allow your child’s feet to breathe and stay cool in warmer months, while still protecting them from the sun. Learning to walk When your baby starts to learn how to walk, podiatrists recommend keeping your child in soft soles shoes. Shoes with thick soles can make it more difficult for your child when they are learning to walk due to being to rigid or heavy. Soft sole, flexible shoes allow your child to feel the ground, which will help them grip and improve their balance and coordination, enabling them to walk more confidently. Transitioning to toddler shoes Our range of soft sole baby shoes are created with a wider toe area and extra room around the top of the foot to allow for growing feet and wriggly toes. They come in a range of styles that are comfortable and easy to put on little feet. A slightly more rigid sole can be introduced when your child has been confidently walking for at least a few months. We have a range of kids shoes with a flexible rubber sole, that can help the transition from soft soles to shoes.

    $9.00$5.00

    Don't pay: $34.95

  • Baby Seaside Sandals - Black Leather & Cheetah

    Baby Seaside Sandals - Black Leather & Cheetah

    Baby Seaside Sandals have a soft leather sole great for young developing feet, soft and lightweight making it easier to transition to early walking, two little steps at a time. Materials:  Upper – Leather Inner Sole – Leather Outsole – Suede Leather Support for developing feet According to the Australian Podiatrist Association, barefoot or only wearing very soft shoes helps your children's foot to develop and assists in strengthening muscles. Babies tend to have a natural reflex to curl their toes and arch their feet which means that lightweight, flexible shoes tend to allow feet to move freely and support natural movement. Protection from heat/cold Little feet need protection from the heat in summer, the cold in winter and from unpleasant surfaces, especially when they start to crawl. Socks are great for around the house, but shoes are preferred when your child is outside, especially when the weather is cooler or they are crawling in public areas or outside. Leather shoes allow your child’s feet to breathe and stay cool in warmer months, while still protecting them from the sun. Learning to walk When your baby starts to learn how to walk, podiatrists recommend keeping your child in soft soles shoes. Shoes with thick soles can make it more difficult for your child when they are learning to walk due to being to rigid or heavy. Soft sole, flexible shoes allow your child to feel the ground, which will help them grip and improve their balance and coordination, enabling them to walk more confidently. Transitioning to toddler shoes Our range of soft sole baby shoes are created with a wider toe area and extra room around the top of the foot to allow for growing feet and wriggly toes. They come in a range of styles that are comfortable and easy to put on little feet. A slightly more rigid sole can be introduced when your child has been confidently walking for at least a few months. We have a range of kids shoes with a flexible rubber sole, that can help the transition from soft soles to shoes.

    $12.00$5.00

    Don't pay: $39.95

  • Baby Seaside Sandals - Navy

    Baby Seaside Sandals - Navy

    Baby Seaside Sandals have a soft leather sole great for young developing feet, soft and lightweight making it easier to transition to early walking, two little steps at a time. Materials:  Upper – Leather Inner Sole – Leather Outsole – Suede Leather Support for developing feet According to the Australian Podiatrist Association, barefoot or only wearing very soft shoes helps your children's foot to develop and assists in strengthening muscles. Babies tend to have a natural reflex to curl their toes and arch their feet which means that lightweight, flexible shoes tend to allow feet to move freely and support natural movement. Protection from heat/cold Little feet need protection from the heat in summer, the cold in winter and from unpleasant surfaces, especially when they start to crawl. Socks are great for around the house, but shoes are preferred when your child is outside, especially when the weather is cooler or they are crawling in public areas or outside. Leather shoes allow your child’s feet to breathe and stay cool in warmer months, while still protecting them from the sun. Learning to walk When your baby starts to learn how to walk, podiatrists recommend keeping your child in soft soles shoes. Shoes with thick soles can make it more difficult for your child when they are learning to walk due to being to rigid or heavy. Soft sole, flexible shoes allow your child to feel the ground, which will help them grip and improve their balance and coordination, enabling them to walk more confidently. Transitioning to toddler shoes Our range of soft sole baby shoes are created with a wider toe area and extra room around the top of the foot to allow for growing feet and wriggly toes. They come in a range of styles that are comfortable and easy to put on little feet. A slightly more rigid sole can be introduced when your child has been confidently walking for at least a few months. We have a range of kids shoes with a flexible rubber sole, that can help the transition from soft soles to shoes.

    $12.00$5.00

    Don't pay: $39.95

  • Toddler Oxford Lace-Ups - Leopard

    Toddler Oxford Lace-Ups - Leopard

    Toddler Oxford Lace-Ups range from sizes 5 - 12 and allow the transistion from soft sole to a more solid base. With all leather upper and inner soles, these Oxfords have a sturdy non-slip rubber base that is suitable for all types of weather. Materials:  Upper – Leather Inner Sole – Leather Outsole – Rubber Eyelets and Lace Support for developing feet According to the Australian Podiatrist Association, barefoot or only wearing very soft shoes helps your children's foot to develop and assists in strengthening muscles. Babies tend to have a natural reflex to curl their toes and arch their feet which means that lightweight, flexible shoes tend to allow feet to move freely and support natural movement. Protection from heat/cold Little feet need protection from the heat in summer, the cold in winter and from unpleasant surfaces, especially when they start to crawl. Socks are great for around the house, but shoes are preferred when your child is outside, especially when the weather is cooler or they are crawling in public areas or outside. Leather shoes allow your child’s feet to breathe and stay cool in warmer months, while still protecting them from the sun. Learning to walk When your baby starts to learn how to walk, podiatrists recommend keeping your child in soft soles shoes. Shoes with thick soles can make it more difficult for your child when they are learning to walk due to being to rigid or heavy. Soft sole, flexible shoes allow your child to feel the ground, which will help them grip and improve their balance and coordination, enabling them to walk more confidently. Transitioning to toddler shoes Our range of soft sole baby shoes are created with a wider toe area and extra room around the top of the foot to allow for growing feet and wriggly toes. They come in a range of styles that are comfortable and easy to put on little feet. A slightly more rigid sole can be introduced when your child has been confidently walking for at least a few months. We have a range of kids shoes with a flexible rubber sole, that can help the transition from soft soles to shoes.

    $9.00$5.00

    Don't pay: $39.95

  • Baby Oxford Lace-Ups - Ruby Suede

    Baby Oxford Lace-Ups - Ruby Suede

    Baby Oxford Lace-Ups Materials:  Upper – Leather Inner Sole – Leather Outsole – Leather Eyelets and Lace Support for developing feet According to the Australian Podiatrist Association, barefoot or only wearing very soft shoes helps your children's foot to develop and assists in strengthening muscles. Babies tend to have a natural reflex to curl their toes and arch their feet which means that lightweight, flexible shoes tend to allow feet to move freely and support natural movement. Protection from heat/cold Little feet need protection from the heat in summer, the cold in winter and from unpleasant surfaces, especially when they start to crawl. Socks are great for around the house, but shoes are preferred when your child is outside, especially when the weather is cooler or they are crawling in public areas or outside. Leather shoes allow your child’s feet to breathe and stay cool in warmer months, while still protecting them from the sun. Learning to walk When your baby starts to learn how to walk, podiatrists recommend keeping your child in soft soles shoes. Shoes with thick soles can make it more difficult for your child when they are learning to walk due to being to rigid or heavy. Soft sole, flexible shoes allow your child to feel the ground, which will help them grip and improve their balance and coordination, enabling them to walk more confidently. Transitioning to toddler shoes Our range of soft sole baby shoes are created with a wider toe area and extra room around the top of the foot to allow for growing feet and wriggly toes. They come in a range of styles that are comfortable and easy to put on little feet. A slightly more rigid sole can be introduced when your child has been confidently walking for at least a few months. We have a range of kids shoes with a flexible rubber sole, that can help the transition from soft soles to shoes.

    $9.00$5.00

    Don't pay: $34.95

  • Baby Urban Boots - Blush

    Baby Urban Boots - Blush

    Baby Urban Boots are made from premium soft leather to allow for healthy foot development. It is recommended that you keep your child in flexible soled shoes from birth until they are confidently walking. Materials:  Upper – Leather Inner Sole – Leather Outsole – Suede Leather Support for developing feet According to the Australian Podiatrist Association, barefoot or only wearing very soft shoes helps your children's foot to develop and assists in strengthening muscles. Babies tend to have a natural reflex to curl their toes and arch their feet which means that lightweight, flexible shoes tend to allow feet to move freely and support natural movement. Protection from heat/cold Little feet need protection from the heat in summer, the cold in winter and from unpleasant surfaces, especially when they start to crawl. Socks are great for around the house, but shoes are preferred when your child is outside, especially when the weather is cooler or they are crawling in public areas or outside. Leather shoes allow your child’s feet to breathe and stay cool in warmer months, while still protecting them from the sun. Learning to walk When your baby starts to learn how to walk, podiatrists recommend keeping your child in soft soles shoes. Shoes with thick soles can make it more difficult for your child when they are learning to walk due to being to rigid or heavy. Soft sole, flexible shoes allow your child to feel the ground, which will help them grip and improve their balance and coordination, enabling them to walk more confidently. Transitioning to toddler shoes Our range of soft sole baby shoes are created with a wider toe area and extra room around the top of the foot to allow for growing feet and wriggly toes. They come in a range of styles that are comfortable and easy to put on little feet. A slightly more rigid sole can be introduced when your child has been confidently walking for at least a few months. We have a range of kids shoes with a flexible rubber sole, that can help the transition from soft soles to shoes.

    $9.00$5.00

    Don't pay: $39.95

  • Baby Seaside Sandals - Pink Suede & Silver

    Baby Seaside Sandals - Pink Suede & Silver

    Baby Seaside Sandals have a soft leather sole great for young developing feet, soft and lightweight making it easier to transition to early walking, two little steps at a time. Materials:  Upper – Leather Inner Sole – Leather Outsole – Suede Leather Support for developing feet According to the Australian Podiatrist Association, barefoot or only wearing very soft shoes helps your children's foot to develop and assists in strengthening muscles. Babies tend to have a natural reflex to curl their toes and arch their feet which means that lightweight, flexible shoes tend to allow feet to move freely and support natural movement. Protection from heat/cold Little feet need protection from the heat in summer, the cold in winter and from unpleasant surfaces, especially when they start to crawl. Socks are great for around the house, but shoes are preferred when your child is outside, especially when the weather is cooler or they are crawling in public areas or outside. Leather shoes allow your child’s feet to breathe and stay cool in warmer months, while still protecting them from the sun. Learning to walk When your baby starts to learn how to walk, podiatrists recommend keeping your child in soft soles shoes. Shoes with thick soles can make it more difficult for your child when they are learning to walk due to being to rigid or heavy. Soft sole, flexible shoes allow your child to feel the ground, which will help them grip and improve their balance and coordination, enabling them to walk more confidently. Transitioning to toddler shoes Our range of soft sole baby shoes are created with a wider toe area and extra room around the top of the foot to allow for growing feet and wriggly toes. They come in a range of styles that are comfortable and easy to put on little feet. A slightly more rigid sole can be introduced when your child has been confidently walking for at least a few months. We have a range of kids shoes with a flexible rubber sole, that can help the transition from soft soles to shoes.

    $12.00$5.00

    Don't pay: $39.95

  • Baby Seaside Sandals - Navy Suede & Rose Gold

    Baby Seaside Sandals - Navy Suede & Rose Gold

    Baby Seaside Sandals have a soft leather sole great for young developing feet, soft and lightweight making it easier to transition to early walking, two little steps at a time. Materials:  Upper – Leather Inner Sole – Leather Outsole – Suede Leather Support for developing feet According to the Australian Podiatrist Association, barefoot or only wearing very soft shoes helps your children's foot to develop and assists in strengthening muscles. Babies tend to have a natural reflex to curl their toes and arch their feet which means that lightweight, flexible shoes tend to allow feet to move freely and support natural movement. Protection from heat/cold Little feet need protection from the heat in summer, the cold in winter and from unpleasant surfaces, especially when they start to crawl. Socks are great for around the house, but shoes are preferred when your child is outside, especially when the weather is cooler or they are crawling in public areas or outside. Leather shoes allow your child’s feet to breathe and stay cool in warmer months, while still protecting them from the sun. Learning to walk When your baby starts to learn how to walk, podiatrists recommend keeping your child in soft soles shoes. Shoes with thick soles can make it more difficult for your child when they are learning to walk due to being to rigid or heavy. Soft sole, flexible shoes allow your child to feel the ground, which will help them grip and improve their balance and coordination, enabling them to walk more confidently. Transitioning to toddler shoes Our range of soft sole baby shoes are created with a wider toe area and extra room around the top of the foot to allow for growing feet and wriggly toes. They come in a range of styles that are comfortable and easy to put on little feet. A slightly more rigid sole can be introduced when your child has been confidently walking for at least a few months. We have a range of kids shoes with a flexible rubber sole, that can help the transition from soft soles to shoes.

    $12.00$5.00

    Don't pay: $39.95

  • Baby Seaside Sandals - Rose Gold

    Baby Seaside Sandals - Rose Gold

    Baby Seaside Sandals have a soft leather sole great for young developing feet, soft and lightweight making it easier to transition to early walking, two little steps at a time. Materials:  Upper – Leather Inner Sole – Leather Outsole – Suede Leather Support for developing feet According to the Australian Podiatrist Association, barefoot or only wearing very soft shoes helps your children's foot to develop and assists in strengthening muscles. Babies tend to have a natural reflex to curl their toes and arch their feet which means that lightweight, flexible shoes tend to allow feet to move freely and support natural movement. Protection from heat/cold Little feet need protection from the heat in summer, the cold in winter and from unpleasant surfaces, especially when they start to crawl. Socks are great for around the house, but shoes are preferred when your child is outside, especially when the weather is cooler or they are crawling in public areas or outside. Leather shoes allow your child’s feet to breathe and stay cool in warmer months, while still protecting them from the sun. Learning to walk When your baby starts to learn how to walk, podiatrists recommend keeping your child in soft soles shoes. Shoes with thick soles can make it more difficult for your child when they are learning to walk due to being to rigid or heavy. Soft sole, flexible shoes allow your child to feel the ground, which will help them grip and improve their balance and coordination, enabling them to walk more confidently. Transitioning to toddler shoes Our range of soft sole baby shoes are created with a wider toe area and extra room around the top of the foot to allow for growing feet and wriggly toes. They come in a range of styles that are comfortable and easy to put on little feet. A slightly more rigid sole can be introduced when your child has been confidently walking for at least a few months. We have a range of kids shoes with a flexible rubber sole, that can help the transition from soft soles to shoes.

    $12.00$5.00

    Don't pay: $39.95

  • Baby Seaside Sandals - Tan

    Baby Seaside Sandals - Tan

    Baby Seaside Sandals have a soft leather sole great for young developing feet, soft and lightweight making it easier to transition to early walking, two little steps at a time. Materials:  Upper – Leather Inner Sole – Leather Outsole – Suede Leather Support for developing feet According to the Australian Podiatrist Association, barefoot or only wearing very soft shoes helps your children's foot to develop and assists in strengthening muscles. Babies tend to have a natural reflex to curl their toes and arch their feet which means that lightweight, flexible shoes tend to allow feet to move freely and support natural movement. Protection from heat/cold Little feet need protection from the heat in summer, the cold in winter and from unpleasant surfaces, especially when they start to crawl. Socks are great for around the house, but shoes are preferred when your child is outside, especially when the weather is cooler or they are crawling in public areas or outside. Leather shoes allow your child’s feet to breathe and stay cool in warmer months, while still protecting them from the sun. Learning to walk When your baby starts to learn how to walk, podiatrists recommend keeping your child in soft soles shoes. Shoes with thick soles can make it more difficult for your child when they are learning to walk due to being to rigid or heavy. Soft sole, flexible shoes allow your child to feel the ground, which will help them grip and improve their balance and coordination, enabling them to walk more confidently. Transitioning to toddler shoes Our range of soft sole baby shoes are created with a wider toe area and extra room around the top of the foot to allow for growing feet and wriggly toes. They come in a range of styles that are comfortable and easy to put on little feet. A slightly more rigid sole can be introduced when your child has been confidently walking for at least a few months. We have a range of kids shoes with a flexible rubber sole, that can help the transition from soft soles to shoes.

    $12.00$5.00

    Don't pay: $39.95

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