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Now you both can relax.

Stroller rides and outings to the store can go awry quickly if your little rugrat's toes are cold. And don't worry, he'll let you know if he's cold. The North Face NSE Infant Boys' Bootie warms his feet and keeps them comfortable with Heatseeker insulation and high-loft fleece lining. And that's good for Mom and Dad, too.

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A MUST PURCHASE!

If you are even remotely considering buying these adorable booties, DO IT! Even my husband raved about how easy they are to put-on and how warm they kept our babies toesies on a trip to Squaw. Our little guy toddled around in them no problem and actually seemed to enjoy wearing them. Not so for other booties/shoes we've purchased. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE!

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Best Baby Gift Ever

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift, but have feedback to share

I sent these to my friends who are expecting a baby in Boulder, CO and they were thrilled. Totally cute and a big hit!

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TNF NSE Infant Bootie

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift, but have feedback to share

I got this bootie for my 4 month old Nephew - he's about 15lbs, so i got a size 3. It fits perfect & has enough room for him to grow. It has an easy-on/off Velcro tab to allow for a wide instep, a higher cuff for added coverage, and a fleece inside for coziness.

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sizes on booties that look like hiking...

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sizes on booties that look like hiking boots? what is bottom make of...can they walk around inside store with these on, just not outside in snow?