Winter Boots Plume Shine with Wool Lining
Winter Boots Plume Shine with Wool Lining
Winter Boots Plume Shine with Wool Lining
Petit Nord Copenhagen

Winter Boots Plume Shine with Wool Lining

Regular price £58.00 Sale price £120.00 Unit price per
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A perfectly balanced TEX Winter boot for the girls handmade in leather with a 100% natural wool lining. The scallop-edged velcro straps and details make all the difference. At the same time, the boots have all the important and practical properties such as easy closure with the large velcro straps, a tough and flexible sole, and the important TEX membrane to keep tiny feet toasty and dry throughout the winter months. These are not only intended for the little ones but are highly suitable for older children. Normal to wide fit.

Sustainability: The TEX Membrane is 100% recyclable and free from two chemicals; PTFE & PFC. 

All boots are hand-made in 100% ecological, 100% vegetable tanned, 100% biodegradable, and 100% chrome-free leathers. The soles are flexible and made of lightweight recycled TR rubber. The leather welts are made out of 100% vegetable-tanned leather.


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SIZE CONVERSION CHART

Estimated Age Foot Length UK EU US
0 - 1 months 8.6 0 15 0
0 - 3 months 9.3 0 16 1
3 - 6 months 10 1 17 2
6 - 9 months 11 2 18 3
6 - 9 months 11.6 3 19 4
9 - 12 months 12.3 4 20 5
12 - 18 months 13 4.5 21 5.5
18 - 24 months 13.7 5 22 6
2 years 14.4 6 23 7
15 7 24 8
3 years 15.6 8 25 9
16.3 8.5 26 9.5
4 years 17 9 27 10
5 years 17.7 10 28 11
6 years 18.4 11 29 12
7 years 19 12 30 13
8 years 19.7 12.5 31 13.5
20.4 13 32 1
9 years 21 1 33 2
10 years 21.7 2 34 3
11 years 22.3 2.5 35 3.5
12 years 23 3 36 4
13 years 23.6 4 37 5
14 years 24.3 5 38 6
15 years 25 6 39 7
16 years + 25.7 7 40 7.5
26.4 8 41 9
27.1 9 42 10
27.8 10 43 11
28.5 11 44 12
29.2 12 45 13
If a child's foot is right up to the end of the shoe, it's too small. There should be a thumb's width of space between the toes and the front of the shoe. Remember though, that shoes that are too big can do as much damage as those that are too small.