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November 4, 2017 Lifestyle No Comments Email Email

For kids, Australian summers means sun, sand, surf, and exploring – all amazing fun, unless you have a toddler whose little feet don’t cope so well with hot surfaces, sharp rocks or little critters. To ensure endless carefree summer adventures for everyone, Minnow Designs has launched their new Spring / Summer range of beach booties.

Designed to protect the feet of little explorers, Minnow Designs is the brainchild of friends Lorraine and Stacey. Born from the pair spending a lot of time at the beach and in rock pools with their little ones, Minnow beach booties solve the very Australian problem of protecting toddler tootsies without restricting their ability to explore.

Made completely from neoprene, the unique Minnow Designs booties are soft and malleable, quick drying and comfortable to allow toddlers the freedom to roam, and parents the peace of mind to let them. But not just practical, the new range continues the brands’ design-led approach with ultra stylish options featuring bright, on-trend colours. With the launch of Minnow Designs new range also comes an exciting collaboration with Australian brand Escargot Kids. Teaming up to create an exclusive line of beach booties that match two key Escargot Kids swimwear pieces, the sets are sure to make for some seriously stylish toddlers this summer.

A summer essential and a great gift idea, the new Minnow Designs Spring/Summer ‘17 range will keep tiny feet safe whilst exploring and having fun outdoors – and will ensure they looking stylish while they do it!

Sizing  Available for ages 10 months – 3.5 years; shoe size 4-8

RRP    $35.00


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