ScooterBees is giving away a pair of adorable, eco-friendly baby shoes to two lucky Eco Child’s Play readers. That’s right two readers will have the chance to win either a pair of shoes in the Recycling Train style in Clay or the Caterpillar style in Pool (a blue color).
ScooterBees shoes are eco-friendly and educational for little ones. “Each ScooterBees shoe is designed to have fun and educational contents and illustrations that stimulate the little minds. The artwork is hand-crafted on with non-toxic paint that conforms to ASTM D-4236 standard.”“ScooterBees are made of recycled fibers derived from both post-industrial and post-consumer sources, including PET soda and water bottles.
The little soles are made with the anti-slipping and water-resistant ThermoPlastic Elastomer (TPE) material. TPE is a degradable material made of carbon and hydrogen, it uses no harmful chemicals in its production such as in traditional PVC’s . It is PVC-free, latex-free, and most-importantly, chloride-free, dioxin-free, and phthalate-free.” The shoes are machine washable for easy clean up.
In addition to being “green” the shoes are adorable. Perfect for growing little feet. They come in four sizes 0-6 months, 6-12 months, 12-18 months, and 18-24 months. And each shoe tells a story; the designs on the shoe are created to be told with a story to stimulate little minds (and big ones). This makes the shoes educational as well as eco-friendly.
If you are interested in getting your hands on and your little one’s feet into a pair of ScooterBees leave a comment on this post. Two winners will randomly be chosen a week from today on Wednesday March 25th.
If you would like to order a pair of ScooterBees, you can receive 15% off for being an Eco Child’s Play reader, contact Sandy through SccoterBees.com and let her know what shoes you would like to order and that you would like to receive the 15% discount offered.
Note: Winners have been chosen congratulations to Travis and Kate. Sandy from ScooterBees will be contacting you for shipping information.
[This post was written by Wenona Napolitano.]