Smoked Grey Loafer

Product Details

These handmade baby moccasins are crafted with high-quality, genuine leather! With a soft suede sole, these leather moccasins make the best non-slip baby shoe for learning to walk. Gwendols moccasins are also made to fit, so you won’t have to worry about them falling off your baby’s feet while out and about. With a lightweight, stylish design, we know you’ll love them just as much as we do!

For protection against water, opt to add a flexible and lightweight Toughtek sole via our add-ons section! Read more about the benefits of soft-soled shoes here!


What size baby moccasin should I purchase? To ensure proper fit, be sure to follow sizing instructions. Measure one foot on a hard, flat surface from heel to toe, and then add half an inch. Full instructions can be found on our Size Guide page!

How do I wash baby moccasins? Leather moccasins should be removed of all loose dirt and then brushed gently with a mild detergent, like baby shampoo. Leave to dry on their own before wearing again. For detailed instructions and more information, visit our Care Instructions page.

Shop more products:

See All Products

3.75" Classic Mustard Ladylike Bow


3.75" Dark Spice Ladylike Bow


3.75" Embossed Cranberry Bow


3.75" Gingerbread Ladylike Bow

Handcrafted with Genuine Leather
Our soft-soled shoes encourage natural development of the feet, balance, and posture!
Natural Development

The wiggling and kicking your baby does with his feet helps him strengthen the muscles needed for walking. Soft-soled shoes give your baby the space and flexibility to ensure proper muscle tone.


Tight, hard-soled shoes limit the amount of movement in your child's feet, and can cause interruptions in development. Our shoes also allow your baby to naturally grip the floor as they walk by spreading their toes, which further improves their balance and posture!

Pediatrician Recommended

“When walking outside or on rough surfaces, babies’ feet should be protected in lightweight, flexible footwear made of natural materials.” American Association of Pediatrics