GoBabyGo – Non-Slip Baby Socks – Sky Blue

AUD $14.00

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It’s such a special time when our little ones start making the transition to crawling, then walking, and eventually running and jumping – discovering everything around them! These cute crawling socks have non-slip soles and rubber bumps on the toes so your little bubba can do all that wonderful exploring a little more safely! 

The socks are made of thick and breathable cotton, which makes them the perfect substitute for slippers. Shoes with hard soles may impede child’s movement, whereas socks with non-slip soles are ideal for the curious little feet. Learning to walk just got a whole lot better!

Materials: 80% Cotton, 17% Polyamide, 3% Elastane
The rubber traction bumps on GoBabyGo products are made of silicone, which, naturally, is free of harmful substances and phthalates.
Size: 6-12 months | 1-2 years (choose your size below)
Colour: Sky Blue (Available in 6 colours: grey, petroleum blue, dusty rose, mint green, sky blue, soft pink glitter)

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Meet the Designer
GoBabyGo Family

GoBabyGo

GoBabyGo is a Danish brand that was founded by Fie Aspöck Jonsen in 2003. 

The business was born when Fie started looking for ways to help improve her son’s motor skills. Fie son, Emil was born 2 months premature and weighed only 1400 grams and although he quickly started gaining weight, he had a lot of trouble learning the motor skills – crawling, climbing etc.  

That’s when Fie then started researching the subject of improvement of motor skills and sought advice from paediatric physiotherapists. Fie wholeheartedly believes that most children, premature or not, can benefit from extra help and support in the daily life, and we therefore work hard to create unique products that inspire play, activity and togetherness.

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