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Nowali Moccasins: Cozy and Comfy for Kids and Adults

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My Nowali Swedish moccasins arrived in the mail and I immediately slipped them on my feet. Instant relaxation. The bright stripes lifted my mood and the soft knit fabric made me feel cozy and comforted. My girls had Nowali moccasins when they were babies, but I never thought of buying a pair for myself. Nowali is going to be my new best friend on the cold nights ahead.

Nowali has been making moccasins since 1950 and it's easy to see why they have been so popular. Nowali moccasins are ideal for toddlers because of the non-slip sole and are machine washable. I also like them because my kids would take off their socks (even in our cold house), but they couldn't take off their Nowali moccasins. Nowalis are available in a few fashionable colors and patterns and make great gifts for new moms and relatives.

Get free shipping with orders of $30 at Nowali. Moccasins range from $36.95 for adults and $28.95 for kids and babies. Sizes start at 6 months.

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