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Product description

Size:14cm  |  Color:White

Size information for reference:
Inner length 13cm, suitable for the foot length 12-12.5cm, recommended age 14-15 months
Inner length 13.5cm, suitable for the foot length 12.5-13cm, recommended age 16-17 months
Inner length 14cm, suitable for the foot length 13-13.5cm, recommended age 18-20 months
Inner length 14.5cm, suitable for the foot length 13.5-14cm, recommended age 21-22 months
Inner length 15cm, suitable for foot length 14-14.5cm, recommended age 2 years old
Inner length 15.5cm, suitable for foot length 14.5-15cm, recommended age 2 years and a half
Inner length 16cm, suitable for foot length 15-15.5cm, recommended age 3 years old
Inner length 16.5cm, suitable for foot length 15.5-16cm, recommended age 3 years and a half
Note:
1.Manual measurement, there may be an error of 1-2 cm. Thank you for your understanding.
2.Due to the difference of the monitor, the color of the picture may be different from the actual item.
3.The recommended age is for reference only. Please measure the length of your baby's feet to choose the correct size for your baby.
If you would have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

AMDHZ Baby Shoes Toddler Girl Mary Jane Dress Flat Shoes Non-Sli

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