Staying Warm with Stompeez (& giveaway)

Have I mentioned how much I dislike winter? I’m extremely cold natured. My feet feel like icicles from December through March. When I’m home I usually wear two pairs of socks and a pair of slippers. This fall I received the hot new slippers for kids, tweens and teens, Stompeez. I pulled them out of the package to have a look and noticed the thick soles. These would keep my feet elevated off the cold ground. Lo and behold, I tried them on and they fit me. You can probably see where this is going. I have my own pair of Stompeez now

My son came through the house and asked, “Aren’t those the slippers that the ears come up when you walk?” “I don’t know,” I said, “I was seeing if they keep my feet warm.” “You need to try them out to see,” he informed me. I walked around the house and discovered the ears, which had been covering the eyes of my  slippers, did indeed bounce up and down each time I took a step.

Stompeez come in eight cute patterns; the all blue puppy, the playful puppy, the perky puppy, the unusual unicorn, the growlin’ dragon, the Be-Bop Bunny, the Peek-a-Boo Kitty and Sir One eyed Monster and in toddler, children and teen + size.  The teen size fits shoe sizes 5 to 9 so anyone with a larger foot is out of luck.

We received the Peek-a-Boo Kitty style which I thought looked more like a bunny than a Kitty. My son agreed, questioning me about my Bunny slippers. The shoes are colorful, eye catching and fun to wear. They are a little louder than I thought they would be. Everyone can hear me coming no matter where I am in the house.  

 These would be a fun stocking stuffer for the kids and you’ll be able to keep track of them too!

Win It!
Four people will each receive a pair of Stompeez.

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