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Birkenstock Amsterdam Snow Stars Grey Birko-Felt® Narrow Kids

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These easy slip-on Birkenstock Amsterdam Birko-Felt® slippers in grey feature a snowflake design have a soft, synthetic and breathable material that is gentle on the skin. Feet will rest easy in the contoured footbed bolsterd by the lightweight shock absorbing EVA outsole.
Supplier Code 559653
Gender Kids
Fit / Width Narrow
Supplier Colour Snow Stars Grey (Grey / White)
Insole / Footbed Suede Lined Footbed
Outsole Material EVA
Product Type Slip-On Slipper
Lining Material Unlined
Upper Material Birko-Felt®
sizing guide

Please use the charts as a general guideline to determine your size. Your exact size will ultimately depend on the structure of your individual foot and the style of the shoe.

7 6 24
8 7 25
8.5 8 26
9 9 27
10 10 28
11 11 29
11.5 12 29
13 13 31
13.5 1 32
1 2 33
2 3 34
2.5 4 35
3.5 5 36

Birko-Felt® is developed by Birkenstock and made from a rayon blend and synthetic fibers. It is extremely durable, breathable and gentle on the skin.

For cleaning regularly, wipe gently with a suede brush or use a cloth dampened in cool water using a mild detergent, then rinse and allow to air-dry naturally away from direct heat.

The cork footbeds come with a light coating of sealant to prevent them from drying out. When the cork no longer looks shiny apply a thin coat of cork sealant to prolong their life. For regular cleaning wipe with a dampened cloth or soft bristle brush. Allow to air-dry away from direct heat.

Wearing these on most days will retain a lot of moisture so remove regularly for airing.

Birkenstocks are designed to be roomy this is needed to perform the natural rolling motion of the foot without restrictions - just as if you were barefoot.

Your toes and heel should not touch the rim of your shoes while standing in them. Most people are fine with a regular fitting, but if your foot moves side to side when you walk and adjusting any straps does not help, a narrow fitting may be more suitable.