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Spanish baby walkers for collapsed ankles

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Brands Garvalin

Product Code: Niguel Purple

  • SKU: 22-10
  • Spanish baby shoes for collapsed ankles
    Manufactured by Spanish brand Garvalin out of best quality leather.
    Best ortho Spanish walkers for a small child.
    Ankle sturdy, support for weak ankles toddler
    Approved by Spanish European Orthopedic Pediatric Society
    All Spanish baby shoes manufactured in Europe have to have a seal of approval.
    That is why they have to be made in Europe since that way they are always supportive.
    Spanish made and flexible purple rubber soles for new walkers
    Soft purple leather mix with gray and decorated with big butterfly in the back of the model.

    Spanish ankle boots for a child constructed and elegant, dressy boots
    Will not sweat in those Spanish high tops.
    Good Spanish soles for walking.
    Orthopedic arches present in those Spanish baby shoes providing needed support for developing feet.
    They feature proper ankle support to prevent pronation.
    None sweat soles present that keep little feet dry and they never smell in them either.
    Soft soles with good traction for comfort walking.
    It is a perfect cross between a sneaker and an ankle high top.
    They slide easily on child's foot and close with side velcro.
    Perfect durable baby walking Spanish baby shoes with proper orthopedic support that every baby does need.
    We ship those shoes all over, Sydney, Brisbane in Australia, New Zealand, and any town in Canada.

    Baby best walkers from Spain

    The softest boot you ever held in your hand

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    Rene D 2019-11-14 17:01:54

    Great for narrow feet - good support and my daughter walks in them well. They run smaller and I am glad I got size up on them since soles in them seems to run small.