Designed and manufactured in San Francisco, ScooterBees was the brainchild of one frustrated mom who had the darndest time finding a pair of kids' shoes that fit a variety of feet widths and instep thicknesses, were easy for parents to put on and take off, and were comfy, on top of being eco-friendly, to boot.
ScooterBees soft-soled shoes are crafted from Sensuede fabric, a breathable and spill-resistant microsuede made with 100 percent post-consumer and post-industrial polyester. Lined with naturally antibacterial and antifungal bamboo velour, the shoes also come with soles composed of anti-slip and water-resistant ThermoPlastic Elastomer, a degradable material that is free of PVC, latex, dioxins, and phthalates.
The shoes, which cost around $36 a pair, come in four sizes: 0 to 6 months, 6 to 12 months, 12 to 18 months, and 18 to 24 months. ::ScooterBees