Nowali moccasins are topping our gift list this year. Why? Giving great gifts is an art form'??especially when it comes to kids that have a ton of toys and all the stuff they need. Tomorrow I'??ve got a birthday party for a family we are very close to. The son is turning 2, and I'??m giving him these adorable striped Moccasins from Nowali These moccasins are like giving a little hug for the feet.
Nowali is a Swedish brand that has been around since 1950. These colorful slippers are perfect thing to slip into at home or for on-the-go tots. The leather no-skid bottoms keep kids from whipping out, and the trendy patterns make them irresistible to kids of any age.
For non-walkers, these soft-sole shoes can be worn all day. The soft leather bottoms help prevent slipping, an important factor for busy young walkers. Breathable and flexible, theses mocs are a perfect shoe for crawlers. Pediatricians recommend that the best footwear should have these characteristics:
- Proper fit: if the shoe is too short, toes will be compressed.
- Flexible sole: so the foot can move freely.
- Made of porous material: to allow the skin to breathe
- Extend above the ankle: to prevent the shoe from slipping off.
Bigger kids (like mine) wear these at home and can slip them on with ease. Since we are a no-shoe-in-the-apartment family, we leave the slippers by the front door and put them on as a '??welcome home'? ritual.
Though the brand has a great history, we love that they are constantly introducing new patterns and styles. And don'??t worry; even adults can get in on the trend. There are grown-up sizes too. Nowali uses Oko-Tex 100 certified yarns that contain no potentially toxic chemicals or dyes, and is committed to sustainable business. And more good news moms'??these moccasins are machine washable.
Check out a few of my favorites.
And don'??t miss out on the slipper socks too'??perfect for big kids that have indoor gym or dance classes.
For more information or to shop visit http://www.nowali.com
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