Winter is here and I’ve been keeping my tot’s toes toasty with the ever-so comfy and durable Padraig Cottage slippers. These handcrafted cozy knits are so wonderful I just had to share them in time for the season.
We recently went on a family trip to Canada’s Winter Wonderland, Banff where we experienced below zero weather. We love the cold, that is, once we’re fully prepped for it. Luckily, I had a pair of Padraig slippers to keep my son’s pitter patters warm on the rigid cold days. Due to their natural thermostatic properties, tiny feet remain close to their natural body temperature regardless of the temps outside. The inbuilt climate control allows feet to breathe while insulating them.
These quality slippers use high-grade raw, sustainable resources and have low-impact on the environment. Believe or not, they’re the only slippers that you won’t have to continuously struggle to put on your wee one. Thanks to the internal structure of the fibers, each fit is unique and moulds for the perfect fit. This saves us from the recurring fuss and struggle of having to keep lacing up.
First created by the designer for her son in 1977, these slippers are still crafted largely the same by local skilled artisans in Vancouver thirty years later. Made from natural materials with hand cut sheepskin sole, using crocheted and hand spun raw wool. The natural performance and durable qualities have protected us for thousands of years and continue to do so today. Fortunately, these awesome creations are made to last and are here to stay for future generations to enjoy all year-round.
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