As we all know, it is best for kids to walk and move barefoot as much as possible, because it supports the healthy development of the little delicate feet and doesn't restrict them. For this reason there are the Affenzahn Barefoot Shoes for older kids starting at shoe size 21, who recreate this feeling. Crawling shoes made of leather or a different sturdy material like the models from Affenzahn protect against dirt and keep the small feet warm. They are so soft and cuddly that they do not disturb the children's feet at all. Thus the crawling shoes offer protection at places, where kids should not be barefoot or only wear socks.
They are durable and light as a feather with about 120 grams. The velour leather sole is slip resistant and the soft elastic strap makes it even easier to slip on and off.
The cute slippers are made of soft, high-quality cow leather. The material is breathable and kind to the skin ─ and like all Affenzahn products they are manufactured under fair conditions. Thus the leather shoes do not only give kids a good feeling, but also their parents.
Buying the first pair of shoes for the little ones: This is incredibly exciting ─ and might not be too easy. Which size is the right one? The Affenzahn Crawling Shoes are available in the sizes 16/17, 18/19 and 20/21. They accompany kids from about 6 to 18 months, the various models fit foot sizes between 10.1 and 12.1 centimeters.
So if you want to buy your first shoes, the first thing you need to do is measure the feet. The size advice, that can be found in the Affenzahn online shop next to the selected model, will help you choose the right size.
Once the size has been determined, the next important question is: What should the crawling shoes look like? Affenzahn offers a selection of different colourful and child-friendly models. Timmy Tiger, Karla Koala, Ulrike Unicorn, Bobo Bear or Olivia Owl: Which animal suits your child best? Whatever the decision, all models are supportive and cuddly companions ─ perfect for the first discovery tours of the mini adventurers.