We all know the brand, but are you saying it correctly?
It’s actually pronounced ROBB-eez, because the creator named them after her son Robert {Robby’s shoes}. Her name is Sandra Wilson and she started the brand in 1994, to help her son learn to walk. Considering the mass attention {and sales} her designs produced, I’d say this Momprenuer succeeded tremendously. Today, Robeez is one the most well-known brand of premium leather footwear for newborns and infants – and all the way to pre-schoolers!

Robeez has a special holiday line of footwear, just for this season. This line consists of designs in soft soles, mini shoez, booties and tredz, all fashionable to wear to all those parties and festive gatherings. For review, the Twins got the fleece-lined booties, in pastel pink. The first thing I noticed is that the boots are taller, which I especially like for keeping the girls’ legs warm when their pants ride up when sitting down. This also help in hindering them to take off the boots. Yet, I don’t think that’s an issue at all, since the elastic opens wide enough to get the boot on, yet closes snug to their feet. The beige color of fleece is a nice contrast to the leather color, and is very plush and soft to the touch. The soles are non-slip, the leather water-resistant and smooth. These, like all other styles of Robeez, are machine washable. And since the Twins wear Robeez that was once worn by Isabelle years ago {and they have been washed many times} I know that the quality is fantastic, wash after wash.

Until 12/23, purchase any pair of Soft Soled Robeez,
and another pair will be donated to K.I.D.S,
see the webiste for more information.

Robeez has over 70 designs in many styles {for both boys and girls, of all ages} and they are available in over 4,500 stores. This makes them easily accessible and purchasable to most people. The Holiday line of footwear at Robeez are the perfect addition to that stunning outfit. And, best of all – they can be worn long after the presents have been opened, the last cookie has been eaten and kids are again asking, “how many days until Christmas?”


** Disclosure: Product was provided for review purposes, opinions are my own

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