As we gear up for winter time, we often remember to buy new baby buntings, warm clothing, and hats, but we can’t forget about baby’s feet, too. Luckily, pediped, a one-stop-shop for all baby and toddler shoe styles, has three new styles of baby booties (plus their classic styles) for Fall and Wintertime. pediped shoes are not only adorable, warm, and comfortable, but pediped footwear has been awarded the American Podiatric Medical Association Seal of Acceptance for the promotion of healthy foot development, and orthopedic medical professionals deem pediped shoes an excellent choice for parents who want their children’s feet to develop naturally and healthily. We’re excited to introduce you to the three new booties today, as well as some old favorites – we’re sure that you’ll find at least one of these pairs of shoes a perfect fit for your little one.


The Lionel booties come in newborn to 24 month size and feature an all leather soft-sole with slip resistant diamond tread. They are a classic boot style with velcro closure for easy on and off. Lionel Fuchsia and Lionel Red Patent are lined with soft faux fur to keep baby’s feet ultra warm in cold weather; Lionel Charcoal has a classic leather lining.


The Ronnie bootie is the ultimate wintertime bootie for baby through twenty four months, for it features a warm and soft fleece lining. The Ronnie booties are suede with leather soles, and velcro closure.


The Troy booties are perfect for Fall and Winter, as they are strong, sturdy, and feature a suede and leather upper with pediped’s classic leather sole. They have a fleece lining to keep baby’s feet warm and snuggly in the cold, too.


The Rosa booties are a classic pediped suede bootie with faux fur to keep your little lady’s feet warm and cozy. With their adorable details, these booties would be perfect for holiday card photos!

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