Saturday, May 19, 2012

We Have a Yellow Racing Car...well, two actually...

Ok, enough of bento stuff!  Back to some good old-fashioned blogging...  

Crazy Japanese things...

What at first appear to be yellow racing cars are Ochibi's favorite shoes right now.  (Japanese lesson: By the way, Ochibi is not his real name, "chibi" actually means "little one", and is a cute word that can be used to refer to a small child)   ...Have you ever seen anything like them?!  They look a little unusual, but according to Ochibi (who wants to wear them everywhere) they must be quite comfortable.  I love them too, because he can put them on by himself, it's less work for me!  And, they can be worn with or without socks, they can easily be washed clean when they get muddy, they're great for rainy days,...etc etc

So, I couldn't resist but add them to the shop...I guess I'll make a new category - "Little Japan Kids"?

These Yellow Racing Car Shoes are made of a similar design and material to Crocs.  Like Crocs, they're convertible so the strap can be behind the heel for when you're going out, or for using them as slippers out in the yard (or in the house) the strap goes forward.
Size: 14cm only. Age approx 1-2 years.  Since you can’t try them on, I recommend getting them only if your child is less than two years old, (less than 12 months if they have large feet for their age) then you can keep them until they fit.  They make a great toy in the meantime!

Ochibi's shoes photographed here are actually size 16cm, as my 2 1/2 year old found the size 14cm shoes too tight.  However there is no more stock of 16cm, sorry.

(out of stock)



4 comments:

  1. How do I buy these and get them in Australia??!!!!! Please

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  2. Thanks for this Yellow Racing Car Shoes post. It made of a comparable outline and material to Crocs. Like Crocs, they're convertible so the strap can be behind the heel for when you're going out, or for utilizing them as shoes out as a part of the yard (or in the house) the strap goes ahead.What is the price of this shoes?

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