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Kohls.com has for their Cardholders: Select Clearance Baby Carter's Shoes on sale for $5.39 - 30% with code HARVEST30 = $3.77. Shipping is free with code SEPMVCFREE. Thanks daisybeetle

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Kohls has for their Cardholders: Select Clearance Baby Carter's Shoes [kohls.com] on sale for $5.39 - 30% with code HARVEST30 = $3.77. Shipping is free with code SEPMVCFREE


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When it comes to development of children's feet and muscles, bare feet are the best thing. Obviously they can't be bare all the time, so anything that mimics it is what you want. Anything that prevents them from curling their toes or bending their feet are bad (This is how babies develop muscle). This is why we no longer do hard wood bottom shoes for babies. We also no longer xray people's feet at the shoe store. Times are changing. Please stop making your baby walk like Frankenstein.


It's not cute. Managed a Stride Rite kids store for years. It's a shame how jacked up people make their kids feet shoving them in these shoes. Kids grow out their shoes every 2 to 3 months.


I highly recommend Robeez slippers. I couldn't keep then on the shelves. Everyone loves them. Google them to get an idea of what proper foot coverage for a baby looks like. Handle them and you'll immediately know the difference.

Enjoy. Sorry to be a downer.
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Thanks OP.

Shared with the wife. I don't know how to buy kids clothing laugh out loud
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When it comes to development of children's feet and muscles, bare feet are the best thing. Obviously they can't be bare all the time, so anything that mimics it is what you want. Anything that prevents them from curling their toes or bending their feet are bad (This is how babies develop muscle). This is why we no longer do hard wood bottom shoes for babies. We also no longer xray people's feet at the shoe store. Times are changing. Please stop making your baby walk like Frankenstein.


It's not cute. Managed a Stride Rite kids store for years. It's a shame how jacked up people make their kids feet shoving them in these shoes. Kids grow out their shoes every 2 to 3 months.


I highly recommend Robeez slippers. I couldn't keep then on the shelves. Everyone loves them. Google them to get an idea of what proper foot coverage for a baby looks like. Handle them and you'll immediately know the difference.

Enjoy. Sorry to be a downer.
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Are some of these shoes not showing the actual size?

Example: https://www.kohls.com/product/prd...p?prdPV=10
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Thanks! These would be great for Build A Bear bears. Inexpensive accessories. Lol
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Nice deal. Thanks OP
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When it comes to development of children's feet and muscles, bare feet are the best thing. Obviously they can't be bare all the time, so anything that mimics it is what you want. Anything that prevents them from curling their toes or bending their feet are bad (This is how babies develop muscle). This is why we no longer do hard wood bottom shoes for babies. We also no longer xray people's feet at the shoe store. Times are changing. Please stop making your baby walk like Frankenstein.


It's not cute. Managed a Stride Rite kids store for years. It's a shame how jacked up people make their kids feet shoving them in these shoes. Kids grow out their shoes every 2 to 3 months.


I highly recommend Robeez slippers. I couldn't keep then on the shelves. Everyone loves them. Google them to get an idea of what proper foot coverage for a baby looks like. Handle them and you'll immediately know the difference.

Enjoy. Sorry to be a downer.
For some reason the Stride Rite toddler shoes don't look as flexible even though they advertise it as such.

Problem with Robeez slippers (with suede bottoms) is that it's not great for concrete. I use both the Robeez suede bottom shoes and the Robeez shoes with two rubber pads on the bottom. I think between those two depending on where you're taking the tot (indoor vs. outdoor) it should work.
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For some reason the Stride Rite toddler shoes don't look as flexible even though they advertise it as such.

Problem with Robeez slippers (with suede bottoms) is that it's not great for concrete. I use both the Robeez suede bottom shoes and the Robeez shoes with two rubber pads on the bottom. I think between those two depending on where you're taking the tot (indoor vs. outdoor) it should work.
Stride rite went out if business after 90 years. Pay less owns them now. So I wouldn't trust them any longer.
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Nice deal.
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Stride rite went out if business after 90 years. Pay less owns them now. So I wouldn't trust them any longer.
Payless acquired Stride Rite in 2007. So Payless held the brand for awhile before the umbrella company filed for bankruptcy this year.
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I did have crib shoes for my babies but I only put them on for photos. I liked Robeez a lot and my babies went to an in home day care and wore mostly socks all day so the Robeez held up fine. Their first pair of real shoes were See Kai Run which are very soft leather but more durable than Robeez (but still scuff easily).
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