About Our Baby Shoes

About Our Baby Shoes

Outer Sole

This is the bottom part of the footwear article, which is subjected to abrasive wear and attached to the upper.

 

The leather we used for baby shoes comply with the EN71:part3 test (BS5665-Toxic Element Test) and AATCC test (wet and dry crocking test). 

Our shoes are a soft leather sole which is perfect for first walkers as they allow babies to feel the ground below them, they can be worn for light use, such as in the park or the garden but are not really suitable for any distance or on pavements where there could be sharp objects as the sole is made of brushed suede. 

All Snuggle Feet shoes come packaged in a small pvc bag with handles, making them an ideal gift idea.

Snuggle Feet take customer service seriously, we provide as good a service after you have bought your shoes as before. If you are not totally satisfied with your baby shoe purchase we will offer a replacement or refund straight away.

Snuggle Feet have over 20 styles of baby shoes for baby boys and girls so you are sure to find your perfect pair. 

Snuggle Feet customers keep coming back! Take at look at what they have to say about our soft leather baby shoes...

Snuggle Feet’s range of soft leather baby shoes are available to buy online with fast delivery, we also deliver worldwide.

Soft Leather Baby Shoes, Crib Shoes

We have in stock over 20 styles of beautiful soft leather baby shoes and crib shoes. For girls, pretty in pink daisy flower baby shoes, cute little heart baby shoes, to football, cars and trains soft leather baby shoes for boys.
All made with the finest leathers and manufactured to a very high standard by Snuggle Feet.

 

Shoes in PVC Bag

Snuggle Feet shoes are presented in a small PVC bag, these little bags have small handles making them perfect for re use by children! We have had customers report that their children have used them for carrying Lego, hair bands and even their Moshi Monsters!

 

 

Snuggle Feet Shoe Labeling

At Snuggle Feet we pride ourselves on offering children's shoes that are made of the best quality materials and hope this webpage will help inform you about the EU Footwear (Indication of Composition) Labelling Regulations.
 
These regulations provide labelling that is standardised throughout the European Union and are designed to ensure that consumers know what type of material footwear is made of at the time of purchase.

All children's shoes and footwear must be labelled in this way except for the types below which are covered by other regulations:
• Personal protective equipment, e.g. steel toe-capped boots
• Second-hand or worn footwear
• Toy footwear
• Footwear covered by the Hazardous Materials Directive. e.g. boots containing asbestos

Labelling requirements

Customers must be able to see information about the composition of the following parts of a shoe:
• Upper
• Lining and sock
• Outer sole

Composition of the Footwear

The label must show the type of material that makes up at least 80% of the following parts of the shoe:
• The surface area of the upper
• The surface area of the lining and sock
• Volume of the outer sole
If no individual material makes up 80% of the surface area or volume, the label should state the 2 main materials used in that part of the shoe.

The label does not have to mention any accessories or reinforcements used on the upper, e.g. buckles, ankle patches, edging, tabs and eyelets, and these do not have to be taken into account when the composition of the material is assessed.


Definition and corresponding pictograms or written indications concerning the parts of the footwear to be identified

 

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Upper
This is the outer face of the structural element which is attached to the outersole
 
 

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Lining and sock
These are the lining of the upper and the insole, constituting the inside of the footwear article.


 

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Outer Sole
This is the bottom part of the footwear article, which is subjected to abrasive wear and attached to the upper.

 

 

Definition and corresponding pictograms of the materials

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Leather
A general term for hide or skin with its original fibrous structure more or less intact, tanned to be rot-proof. The hair or wool may or may not have been removed. Leather is also made from a hide or skin which has been split into layers or segmented either before or after tanning. However, if the tanned hide or skin is disintegrated mechanically and/or chemically into fibrous particles, small pieces or powders and then, with or without the combination of a binding agent, is made into sheets or other forms, such sheets or forms are not leather. If the leather has a surface coating, however applied, or a glued-on finish, such surface layers must not be thicker than 0.15 mm. Thus, all leathers are covered without prejudice to other legal obligations.

 
 

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Coated Leather
Leather where the surface coating applied to the leather does not exceed one third of the total thickness of the product but is in excess of 0.15 mm.

 

 

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Textile
Natural textile materials and synthetic or nonwoven.

 

 

Shoes Other Materials

Other Materials
All Other Materials

 


Any pictogram concerning material shall appear on the label beside the pictogram of the relevant footwear part. The dimensions of any pictograms must be sufficiently large to make it easy to understand the information.  


Pictorgrams are not always used and only a written indication is displayed. Any written indication shall be in English (For UK or local national language in other EU states). 

The pictograms concerning the materials should appear on the label beside the pictograms relating to the 3 parts of the footwear as specified in the table above.