best pointe shoes for beginners with flat feet – These classic little shoes are handmade with navy, brown or green corduroy and are lined with a cream cotton. The soles of the shoes are corduroy or non-slip material depending on the size.Available Sizes: 0 to 3 Months | 3 1/4 inches3 to 6 Months | 3 1/2 inches6 to 9 Months | 4 inches9 to 12 Months | 4 1/2 inches12 to 18 Months | 5 inches (with non-slip bottoms)Size 6 | 5 1/2 inches (with non-slip bottoms)Size 7 | 6 inches (with non-slip bottoms)Size 8 | 6 1/4 inches (with non-slip bottoms)Size 9 | 6 1/2 inches (with non-slip bottoms)Size 10 | 6 3/4 inches (with non-slip bottoms)Size 11 | 7 1/4 inches (with non-slip bottoms)Size 12 | 7 5/8 inches (with non-slip bottoms)Size 13 | 7 3/4 inches (with non-slip bottoms)Size 1 | 8 inches (with non-slip bottoms)Size 2 | 8 1/4 inches (with non-slip bottoms)The non-slip bottom is a tan waterproof material (navy will have black soles), please note this is still a soft sole. If you would like non-slip bottoms on any size, please let me know.Larger sizes are available for additional charge. Send me a convo and I can create a custom listing for you.I recommend measuring the bottom of the child's foot to make sure the booties will fit. The booties may be hand washed in cold water and air dried as needed for care.All booties come wrapped in a sweet little package. If you are sending them as a gift, please let me know and I will gladly include a custom note from you.***Please be sure to read the shop announcement for up to date shipping times***Please check out my other items http://www.etsy.com/shop/tillywhistle—————————————————————————————————————————–***Wholesale inquiries welcome! Most of the items in my shop are available for wholesale. Please send me a message for additional information***
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