Dark Brown Winter boot
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A light winter barefoot boot in the softest chrome free leather
The boot is lined with 100% wool and that includes a lovely wool sole.
Tex-membrane with vulcanized seams so that water does not penetrate.
The Velcro straps make it easy to adjust for low, medium and high shown. If the strap is too long, it can easily be cut shorter when sewing.
The sole has a high nose, so there is good protection for time on the running bike.
The material is naturally water-repellent, but I would still recommend impregnating the shoe regularly to maintain the water-repellent function.
The leather is vegetable tanned, and there are therefore no metal residues from the tanning. The charm of this type of tanning is that the color in the leather can continue to develop, and there can therefore be nuance differences.
The sole is only 3.5 mm thick and has a non-slip surface. It is made of 100% natural rubber and is therefore fully biodegradable.
Barefoot shoes are ergonomic children's shoes for active children, which provide good opportunities for free movement. No orthopedic support and a thin flexible sole ensures that the shoe follows the foot in all its movements. It provides optimal conditions for healthy development of the foot, stability and balance.
Size and Fit
I always recommend to measure the foot, to ensure you get the right size. Please contact me if you have any doubts :)
You can see the length and width of the different sizes in the size guide
How do you ensure that you find the right size of barefoot shoes for children? And how much do children's feet really grow?
Children grow in spurts, so these numbers should be seen as guidelines:
From 0-2 years: the foot grows about 2 cm per year
From 2-6 years: the foot grows approximately 1.5 cm per year
From 6-11 years: the foot grows about 1 cm per year
Further down, I have made a small guide on how to measure the foot, so that you find the right size.
I recommend a growth allowance of 0.8-1.2 cm for the small sizes.
Here you can see the inside measurements of the shoe.
|Size||Length cm||Width cm|
Place the foot with the heel up against the wall
Measure how long the foot is from the wall - to the longest toe.
If toe number 2 is longer than the big toe, this is the one you use as a reference
Measure the width of the foot at the point where the foot is widest.
On very small feet, the ruler will often lie more horizontally, it is different from foot to foot.
Please remember to measure the length of the sole. Some printers have a tendency to shrink the printout.