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Nanay

Nanay Baby Loafers

$40.00

These handmade 100% baby alpaca knit baby loafers feature an adorably placed wooden button closure. colorful cat who's ready for playtime! Soft, warm and oh-so-light, these stylish and playful shoes are eco-friendly and sustainable.

Pair with our hand-knit alpaca leggings for a complete look.

Also available in green.

Shop the full Nanay Collection.

  • Soft, luxurious, hypoallergenic and eco-friendly
  • 100% Baby Alpaca
  • Hand wash in cold water; lay flat to air dry.
  • Handmade in Bolivia by a Fair Trade women's collective
Nanay is a Bolivian company dedicated to the production of Alpaca and Llama knitted baby and children clothing. Nanay is a socially conscious company, and Fair Trade certified. They work with 600 native local knitters who are heads of family and provide the main income to their homes, 90% of whom are women.  Nanay's main mission is to constantly create jobs and increase hand labor in order to ultimately improve the living standards of the knitters.

These handmade 100% baby alpaca knit baby loafers feature an adorably placed wooden button closure. colorful cat who's ready for playtime! Soft, warm and oh-so-light, these stylish and playful shoes are eco-friendly and sustainable.

Pair with our hand-knit alpaca leggings for a complete look.

Also available in green.

Shop the full Nanay Collection.

  • Soft, luxurious, hypoallergenic and eco-friendly
  • 100% Baby Alpaca
  • Hand wash in cold water; lay flat to air dry.
  • Handmade in Bolivia by a Fair Trade women's collective
Nanay is a Bolivian company dedicated to the production of Alpaca and Llama knitted baby and children clothing. Nanay is a socially conscious company, and Fair Trade certified. They work with 600 native local knitters who are heads of family and provide the main income to their homes, 90% of whom are women.  Nanay's main mission is to constantly create jobs and increase hand labor in order to ultimately improve the living standards of the knitters.