Leather Baby Shoes - Bear
Love you Beary much! Your little one's new best friend! Featuring T-bar closure with adjustable Velcro fastening strap, and an adorable Bear motif on the front. They are super soft and fully leather lined for comfort. These pair of shoes will stay on perfectly! The flexible rubber sole makes it great for taking those first steps. Delivered in a cute package.
- 100% Premium Leather
- Velcro fastening
- Flexible rubber outsole
- Handmade & fairtrade
- Part of Donsje profits will be donating to the Shining Start school in Nairobi Kenya which supports 250 children.
- Product may have subtle variations due to the nature of leather
We recommend to measure the length of your child's feet (from heel to big toe). If the length of your baby's / toddler's feet is in-between two sizes, we recommend choosing the larger size.
12-18 Months - Foot length 12,2cm | Insole length 12,9cm
18-24 Months - Foot length 12,8cm | Insole length 13,5cm
Care Instructions for shoes
Donsje products are hand-made from premium leather. These materials have been carefully selected for their natural characteristics, lasting durability and luxurious touch. Please use extra care when handling these delicate materials
We recommend to avoid contact with water, direct lighting and heating sources. If the baby shoes do get wet, let them dry and tap them gently with a soft, neutral-colored cloth. Avoid over-exposure to direct lighting and keep them away from direct sources of heat such as radiators.
To remove small amounts of dirt or spots from your leather baby shoes, you can use a dry nubuck/suede sponge or napping brush to gently remove the dirt. If necessary, you can use a soft damp cloth (not too wet) and gently clean the shoes by tapping them with the cloth to remove any persistent stains. Once finished cleaning, allow the shoes the time to dry, but do not place them in the sun or near a heater. The shoes cannot be washed in a washing machine.
We advise not to use any leather sprays for baby shoes to avoid that young children are exposed to hazardous chemicals.