Reviewed by Motherly Love from Southwest Ohio on Wednesday, September 7, 2011
My daughter attends Waldorf School. They require her to have "indoor shoes" or slippers for eurythmy. These were perfect! At first I thought the bottoms would be slippery, but when they came, I noticed the bottoms had a light rubbery feel to them. Also, the top has an elastic so it fits snug around ...
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Reviewed by NIkki from Connecticut on Monday, May 4, 2015
I had a hard time find a replacement for my daughter's wool slippers. She had a pair by Kamik, but they no longer make them. There seems to be no US company interested in making these lovely type of slippers! I really did not want to pay international shipping so I was so happy when I found these. However, I totally agree with the other reviews about the color- the royal blue is definetly more of a purplish blue and the seam around the slipper is yellow/orange. It worked out great for me as I really didn't care for the royal blue for my daughter. If you are buying these for a boy just be aware that they are more purple than blue. Also, my daughter takes a 6/7 in crocs, I ordered 24 and she has room to grow. Great slipper at a great price!! I might even consider buying a few more in larger sizes so I don't run into the endless hours of searching for these again.
Reviewed by Tahoe-livin from Tahoe city, California on Thursday, February 26, 2015
My now 2 year old has been wearing these slippers since she was one. She loves them! She started in a size 20 at about 14 months. They are comfortable, stay on her feet & she can take them off/on if she wants. We ordered the next few sizes up so she'll have a pair for the next year.
Reviewed by lapedestrienne from nevada on Monday, January 5, 2015
I've had a set of adult Wesenjak mocs for many years and like them a lot. I was looking for some cozy boiled wool slippers for my 10-month-old, who is just starting to walk. Thought these would be perfect but the fit is off. Extremely difficult to put on chubby baby feet; once on, the top elastic leaves deep red marks on his feet. Length and width are fine, but that top elastic band is too tight and has very little give. May work great in bigger kids' sizes, not so much in the infant-toddler sizes.
In this slipper, I think a size 22 which is equivalent to a toddler 7 would work best for your 6.5. For half-sizes, especially in a growing child, I'd recommend rounding up to the next whole size if a half-size isn't available. If you hover and/or click your mouse over the sizing squares, the size equivalents are shown. Hope this helps.
Answered on 9/23/2011 12:00:00 AM by Product Specialist Karrie from Sierra Trading Post
Compare the Euro sizes in the chart, the lower it is the smaller. For footwear questions regarding sizing please refer to our printable links in our sizing chart:|http://www.sierratradingpost.com/lp2/SizeChart.html
Answered on 12/22/2010 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post
Size 7 in kids would be the appropriate size for 2-year-olds. Kids is the high-end of toddlers.
Answered on 12/20/2009 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post
The slipper sizes correspond to the child's shoe size. My four year old grandson, for example, wears a size 13, his 3 year old brother, a size 10: (In both shoes and slippers.)
Answered on 12/28/2009 12:00:00 AM by NOLA gardener from New Orleans, LA
Yes, the slippers in question are toddler and kid sizes. The average 2-year-old wears a 7 or 8. I found these slippers to run about a half-to-full size too small, though, so you would have to take that in mind. If your child wears a 7 (22 in european sizes), you may want to order a 23 or 24. They are great quality!
Answered on 1/12/2010 12:00:00 AM by joyeternal from Lees Summit, MO