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Arizona Kids Fur
Arizona Kids Fur
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The BIRKENSTOCK Arizona is a genuine classic that has been delighting wearers with its timeless design for decades. The two-strap model fits kids’ feet perfectly – even during boisterous play! This version comes with a warm lining made from teddy shearling. The upper is made from soft teddy shearling with a microfiber lining.
  • Anatomically shaped cork-latex footbed
  • Upper: teddy lambskin with microfiber lining
  • Footbed lining: teddy lambskin
  • Sole: EVA
  • Details: two straps, each with an individually adjustable metal pin buckle
  • “Made in Germany”
Arizona Kids Fur

Insole: Felt

Synthetic felt is a soft alternative to wool felt and does not contain any animal-based components. It is typically used as an upper material for slippers.

Footbed material: Cork

Cork is a sustainable material extracted from the bark layer of the cork oak. This natural product is insulating and offers very good cushioning.

Outsole: EVA

EVA (ethylene vinyl acetate) is a high-quality, very light, elastic material with extremely good cushioning. As a result, it smooths out slight irregularities in the floor and ensures that every step is softly cushioned.

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https://www.birkenstock.com/gb/arizona-kids-fur/arizonateddyrivetlogokidsos-teddy-fur-0-eva-b_1462.html

Arizona Kids Fur

£105.00
Item no. 1023266 

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Tradition since 1774
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