January 26

Stonz Booties: Save 50% On Select Styles

Posted by on January 26, 2011 at 5:00 PM

Stonz Booties: Save 50% On Select Styles

Wow! I’ve never seen a sale like this for Stonz Booties. Save 50% off select styles of Stonz Booties, while supplies last. All sale booties are priced at $23.50 (reg. $46.95).

For your little princess, these Crown Pink Booties or these Butterfly Pink Booties are very cute.

If you’ve got a hockey fan, the Hockey Booties are an online exclusive. Your animal lover might like these Turtle Booties or these Teal Whale Booties.

Shipping is free if you spend over $50. If you spend under $50, shipping will cost $7. For an extra $5, gift packaging is available.

If you haven’t got a pair of Stonz yet, don’t waste this opportunity to pick up a pair (or two!). I don’t think you’ll find a better price. I sold my used Stonz booties for $40!

Thanks to Bargainmooser Mindy for the email! Mindy says:

Another great baby deal! I have been waiting all year for Stonz to go on sale again, and the time has arrived. 50% off Canadian made Stonz booties. These are soft soled boots that can be worn over shoes or with the warm liners sold separately for 19$. It sounds like a big investment, but this is my 2 year old’s second winter wearing them (size L). The best part about them is that they don’t fall off. They are really great for just having to take your kid in and out of the car. If your family is outdoorsy, the liners add warmth and the Stonz won’t fall off while you’re skiing, hiking, etc.. with your kid in a backpack!

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2 Comments to “Stonz Booties: Save 50% On Select Styles”

  1. Rachel says:

    OMG, Stonz production is moved to China. I knew once they get big enough they will move to China. I also saw copy f their booties in Walmart for only $10

  2. pyl says:

    I used the stonz booties for my 13 months baby and she only walk +/- 30 min. per day on grass and sand and the booties already have holes after only 1 month… the water gets easily in the boots. maybe good if your baby doesn’t walk, at all, with it.

    POOR Quality

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