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Kids Slippers "Hedgehog" made of vegan corc fabric

CHF 40,00
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OFFERER: mustikka.ch Reeta Nagel, Zurich, Switzerland

These unisex kids slippers are handmade from vegan waterproof and durable cork fabric. An ethical and responsible choice. Sizes: 22-31.

Availability: In stock (1)

With kids slippers of the Finnish brand HIPPA you make an ethical and responsible choice and acquire a product that is suitable for both boys and girls (unisex). Hippa slippers are handmade in Joensuuu, Finland from vegan cork fabric. The cork fabric is waterproof and durable.

Frequent wearing gives the sole more support. This is why these slippers are best suited for children who can already walk well. The cute HIPPA kids slippers are light and very easy to put on. For everyday use at home, in the playgroup or in kindergarten, where the small feet need protection. Washable by hand in mild soapy water.

Choose the right size

Slipper size......CM.........EU  
XXS................14cm......22
XS..................15cm......23-24
S.....................16cm......25-26
M....................17cm......27-28
L.....................18cm......28-29
XL..................19cm.......30-31

If the right size is not available at the moment, please contact us at [email protected] We will be happy to reorder the desired size for you!

The history of the HIPPA brand began in January 2018, when designer and artisan Lea Vaskonen fell in love with the beautiful, light and durable material of cork fabric. The first products were designed for Lea's own children and family. HIPPA products are made with love and respect for nature and animal rights.

Today, HIPPA makes child slippers, backpacks and earrings from vegan and recyclable cork fabric. All products are designed and handmade in Joensuu, Finland.

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