Pre-Walker Shoes For Infants Under 1 Year Old
Baby Shoes are often chosen for their aesthetic reasons. But there is a very practical reason that parents do not know about.
With 7 year's experience, we have seen many toddlers refusing to wear their first pair of shoes. And by refuse, I mean they can really throw a tantrum.
(Hint: It involves loud screaming, crying, kicking & more high pitch screaming)
What we learned is that babies at their infant stage, when they are too used to bare feet, some babies will reject shoes at this "learning to walk" stage.
Largely due to their tender & sensitive feet, this "foreign" concept of shoes might irritate or disrupt their comfy feeling.
As the term "Pre-Walker" suggest, it is not meant for walking. It is for infants before the stage of walking.
Babies who have worn pre-walkers before, tend to reject shoes less.
Because the experience is no longer "foreign", it is an easy transition to wear shoes when they have just mastered walking skill.
Available in 3 sizes: 3-6 mths (sz 11), 6-9 mths (12), 9-12 mths (13)
Raf Raf Shoes go by European size. To choose the right size,
- Measure your child’s (longer) foot from longest toe to heel in centimetres.
- For 1-3 years old, add 1cm for allowance. This is enough allowance even for socks.
- For 3-6 years old, add 1cm to 1.5cm for wriggling room.
- Check the size chart for the corresponding EUR size.
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