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Nadro First steps Navy blue
Baby shoes - Boots - Boy
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- DESIGN: Benjie first steps shoes with a slight heel counter for comfort, without freezing the ankle so that it can develop its muscles in an optimal way. They are very flexible and allow the child to easily find its supports.
- ORIGIN: Conception and design in Geneva, handmade production in the north of Porto
- EXTERNAL LEATHER: tanned in one of our family tanneries, certified by the Leather Working Group (an independent organization that controls the leather industry), located between Verona and Padua in Tuscany (Italy). Chrome VI free, European REACH standards.
- LINING: chrome-free leather interior. Tanning with synthetic agents that come from organic compounds. No solid waste containing chromium at the end of the tanning process.
- STRUCTURE: Benjie Flex-Zone. Fiberboard that combines foot hold and flexibility at the foot bend. It is made in Italy by recycling FSC certified waste paper.
- INSOLE: leather with memory structure certified Oeko-Tex standard 100 (no harmful or toxic substances in production).
- CLOSING: The side zipper makes it easy to put on the shoe and avoid tying the laces. It is ideal to facilitate the life of the child, making him independent.
- INSULATION: Benjie uses only natural materials (leather, wool or cotton). This insulates the foot while allowing it to breathe, unlike synthetic materials that do not evacuate moisture and cause perspiration.
- Benjie's First Steps shoe has a light buttress to provide comfort without freezing the ankle. See our first steps shoes advice If your child is still crawling a lot on the ground or just standing, prefer our crawling / baby shoes. If your child has already been walking alone for several months, prefer our toddler shoes.
- Bring back your old Benjie shoes for a second life