Little Blue House By Hatley Slouch Kids’ Slippers
Last updated date: January 20, 2021
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Editor's Note March 1, 2021:
Checkout The Best Kids’ Slippers for a detailed review of all the top kids' slippers.
In our analysis, the Little Blue House By Hatley Little Blue House By Hatley Slouch Kids' Slippers placed 7th when we looked at the top 7 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
From The Manufacturer
100% Polyester. Imported. Pull-on closure. Machine Wash. Slouch slippers with micro suede sole. Fuzzy fleece. Whip-stitch edging. Choose the right size: S (5-7), M (8-10), L (11 to 13).
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An Overview On Kids' Slippers
Most kids would rather run around in their bare feet or socks, but shoes and slippers protect their feet from injuries, germs and fungus. Slippers are a good alternative to shoes, because they are more comfortable. Plus, many of the best kids’ slippers have soles that can be worn indoors and outdoors. Finding a pair that they really want to wear is a win-win situation for everyone.
You’ll see different styles of kids’ slippers, like clogs, moccasins, slipper boots and even water-resistant types. Clogs are the easiest to slip on and off, and are good for kids who are always in a hurry.
You don’t want to spend a small fortune on slippers since children grow quickly. You can expect them to last one or two years at the most. But it’s important to find a well-made pair that won’t fall apart after a few weeks. Look like features memory foam and non-skid rubber soles, and if the weather is cold, a warm lining is essential.
The Kids' Slipper Buying Guide
- Always check the sizing before buying. Some manufacturers include sizing charts on their websites.
- Some adults can wear children’s shoe and slipper sizes. Since kids’ footwear is less expensive, this can be a real money-saver.
- Experts suggest that toddlers learn to walk best in baby socks, bare feet or lightweight footwear.
- Do your research, and then choose three to five pairs of slippers. Let your child pick from those, and they will be more likely to wear them since they made the final choice.
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