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Baby Roo First Steps Moccasin - Suede Moss / Lavender

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Our Little Roo is perfect for your beginning walker. Keep your baby’s feet protected and cozy while allowing them to move and explore naturally!

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  • Excellent first-walker shoe.
  • Allows little feet to flex and develop naturally.
  • Made with natural leather colored with non-toxic food grade dye.
  • Genuine sheepskin innersoles keep feet dry in summer and warm in winter.
  • Can be worn with or without socks.
  • Elastic ankle closure—easy on and stays on!
  • Handcrafted in Oregon, USA. 

Our Little Roo Moccasins are perfect for babies that are learning to walk and are designed to be as close as possible to barefoot function with excellent proprioception. They move and bend with the foot so your baby can step naturally and develop a confident sense of balance. When taking first steps, it is important for little toes to be able to grip and feel the ground. The wide toe box of this moccasin allows toes to spread and bend so babies can use their feet to explore the world, and our flexible leather soles offer flexible movement with protection from pointy rocks and other rough outdoor surfaces. These soles are made from soft suede rather than thick, stiff soling that can cause a new walker to trip. The elastic ankle closure makes these moccasins easy for you to pull on but hard for baby to pull off—a perfect shoe for first steps!


Sizing note: the shoes in this category are only listed in baby sizes 2–3. If you need a larger version of this shoe, you can find it in our Kid category.


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Sizing Tips

Baby's feet typically grow through 4 sizes in the first year. (Size 1 for the first month, size 2 for months 2-4,  size 3 for months 4-9ish, size 4 for months 6 -12ish.)  Of course this will vary by each baby, but foot growth usually slows down considerably after the first year. As babies are not mobile those first few months, we generally do not stock shoes in size 1 or 2, although we can certainly make them for you by special request if needed for a special occasion or for a baby with extremely small feet. 


MOCCASIN SIZING:  The good thing about soft, moccasin style shoes ( like the Buttercups or Roos) is that extra length is generally not a problem. If walking, baby's foot will slide right to the front of a moc-style shoe and the excess length will be in the back behind their ankle, so no worries about tripping over extra length at the toe. Think of it like a glove for their feet. Moccasins very forgiving if too big, which is a good thing if you are on a budget. The main fit concern with a moccasin  is getting a size that will stay on your baby's ankle.



Unsure about your child's size? Our printable guide will help you find the best fit for your feet! Just click the button below to print the guide and follow the instructions on the page (if you don't have access to a printer then scroll down for another option).


Note: before you print the guide, make sure your printer settings will not shrink or scale the page. Uncheck any boxes labeled "Fit to Printable Area" and/or set scaling options to "None."



Want more details? Check out this video for visual step-by-step instructions:



No Printer? No Problem!

You can still measure your child's feet using the method below (also shown in our sizing videos). You can then scroll down and see where the measurements fall on our sizing chart to find the recommended shoe size. All you need is a book, a tape measure and a wall.


Note: we no longer recommend tracing feet because it usually gives a larger measurement than the method described below. Our sizing charts work in accordance with the following method.


To measure your child's feet:

  • 1. Remove shoes and socks and place the bare foot so that the heel is barely touching a wall.
  • 2. Place a book in on the floor, parallel to the wall, so that it is barely touching the front of the longest toe.
  • 3. Step away carefully and measure the distance from the book to the wall.
  • 4. Scroll down and look for this measurement on the sizing charts below to find the recommended shoe size.

Sizing Feet Step 1Sizing Feet Step 2Sizing Feet Step 3


Once you find the length measurement, you can use table below to best find the corresponding size. Keep the following points in mind:


  • Wiggle/growing room is already taken into account.
  • If your child is on the border between two sizes then we recommend the larger size.

HEADS UP: We updated our child and baby sizing chart in March 2015. If you purchased our child or baby shoes before this date then we recommend re-measuring your child's feet:

Baby and Child Shoe Size Chart


SANDAL SIZING: Our child sandals tend to run big since they are open-toed and open-heeled.We recommend ordering one size smaller than the recommended size for sandals.


BOOT SIZING: Boots tend to run small due to sheepskin lining and (often) thicker socks. It is usually safe to go up at least one size when buying Soft Star boots for your child.  The North Star is a more "fitted" style, so order a wide if you plan to wear with thick socks or if you want a roomy fit.


MOCCASIN NOTES: The good thing about soft, moccasin-style shoes (like the Roo or Viley) is that extra length is generally not a problem, so you can often buy with growing room. Your child's foot will slide right to the front of our moccasins and the excess length will be in the back behind their ankle—no worries about tripping over extra length at the toe. Think of it like a glove for their feet. The moc style shoe is very forgiving if too big, which is a good thing if you are on a budget.


If your child has thick or chubby feet, be sure to indicate you need a wide width. If your child has EXTRA wide feet, please read this.



Additional Printable Tools for BABY and CHILD Sizes:


Want more detail for sizing kids, including width? We also have these printiable giudes for individual baby and child sizes. Click on the appropriate size.. 


Once printed,  double check to verify the ruler on the page matches identically to your own ruler at home. If they are off by even the slightest amount then this guide will not work. You can always contact us and ask us to mail you the general kid sizing guide, too.


HEADS UP: We updated our child and baby sizing chart in March 2015. The charts below have been updated to reflect the new changes:


Baby Size 2Baby Size 3Child Size 4Child Size 5Child Size 6Child Size 7Child Size 8Child Size 9Child Size 10Child Size 11Child Size 12


Note: before you print these guides, make sure your printer settings will not shrink or scale the page. Uncheck any boxes labeled "Fit to Printable Area" and/or set scaling options to "None."


Care Tips for Full Grain Leather Shoes


Soft Star Shoes are made from eco-friendly leathers tanned in the USA. Leather is a natural product and some variation in texture and hide markings is to be expected. Because we use leather colored with non-toxic food grade dyes, there will likely be some initial color transfer to your socks or skin if your shoes become damp. This will decrease with use, but we don't recommend wearing your new Soft Stars with your favorite white socks the first time you take them for a spin. 

If your shoes are a little snug at first in the toe box area, you can gently stretch them by stuffing the toe box with a dry cloth. Push the cloth tightly into the front of the shoe and let sit stuffed overnight to stretch. Do not use a damp cloth as the water can stain the leather or innersole* of some leather types, rendering it non-returnable.


Most full grain leather we use is naturally water resistant, but our special vegetable-tanned leather (available only by custom selection on some of our design-your-own shoes) is a "naked" leather and will stain from water alone. You can clean shoes as needed with water dampened cloth* and let air dry, but please note if you do this on vegetable-tanned leather then you will need to wet/stain the entire shoe to avoid water marks. Condition the leather as often as desired with any quality leather dressing, but be careful to keep it away from the edges of your rubber soles. Do not use mink oil on your shoes, as it can degrade the adhesion on bonded soles and cause the sole to separate from your shoe over time. We highly recommend Bee Natural Amore for general conditioning or Rain & Snow on leather for enhanced water resistance. The color on shiny metallic shoes will eventually patina with use into an antique wear look, which can be accelerated with repeated use to water and high wear (e.g. scuffing toes).


For all of our leathers (except vegetable-tanned) you can clean by hand with a damp cloth, or if needed you can hand wash your leather shoes using a gentle shampoo and cool water*. We do not recommend frequent washing of any leather product as it strips the leather of it's natural oils and tends to dry stiffer.

We are often asked if our shoes can be washed in a washing machine. While not recommended as a normal course of action, when in dire straits the Elves have been known to toss a pair of shoes in the machine and generally have had good results. Just don't mix them with any other item because of color bleeding, and do NOT put shoes the dryer. Shoes with sheepskin can take 3-4 days to air dry if fully submerged in water, but you can speed up the drying by stuffing with old newspapers and replacing the paper twice a day.



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