Soft soled leather indoor slippers with slip resistant felt sole - these are the special POLOLOS for kindergarten children.
These exquisitely crafted shoes are made from real, natural leather that meets IVN Natural Leather standards.
Real leather conforms optimally to feet and is uncoated and breathable.
These soft-soled shoes are designed to fit like a second skin that encloses your child's foot, providing warmth and protection.
This type of shoe is the best alternative to healthy barefoot walking and is excellent for both pre-walkers and toddlers alike.
To find the right size, please see the size chart below.
Handmade in Germany.
Materials: 100% natural leather (vegetable tanned, soft, and chrome free), silicon-coated felt sole.
Pololo shoes are based on four principles: excellent handicraft, charming design, production in Germany, and social & ecological accountability. Each model is a distinct piece of craftsmanship. Leather, one of the world’s oldest textile materials, is tanned animal skin – a natural product! It gives us breathable, steam-permeable and skin-friendly protection from the cold, from moisture and from foot injuries.
POLOLOS retain these natural qualities. Each model is a piece of handwork from Pololo's workshop in Bavaria. Only renewable vegetable materials are used for the tanning of the leather and lambskin used, such as the Valonea oak or the Tara fruit.
POLOLO is an active member of the Internationaler Verband für Naturtextilien (IVN). The company consistently follows the exacting guidelines of the IVN certificate for natural leather (“Naturleder”) that applies the strictest of requirements concerning contaminants content and manufacturing conditions, and prohibits the use of chrome-tanned leather. POLOLO only works with partners and suppliers who fulfill these obligations. Pololo shoes are compostable, and unnecessary packaging is avoided.
Sizing: Length in cm in the size chart below is based on the measurement of your child's foot, from heel to toe. An easy way to measure your child's foot is to have your child stand flat on a piece of paper and mark the measurements from heel to the end of the biggest toe. Use the foot measurement in cm to find the corresponding European (French) shoe size (there is usually no need to add extra room or size up, as the corresponding shoe size itself already accommodates a bit of extra room).