I am sure you know this jingle! Stomp, Stomp, Stompeez. If you don’t, then I am pretty sure your children do and walk around your house singing it like my child does. Once the commercial is on television, it makes my children stop what they are doing and watch. I do have to admit that the “jingle” does make me stop and listen.
This seen on tv fun and interacting children’s slippers are a hot gift this year. They come in eight different styles and characters which are
- Sir one eye monster
- All blue puppy
- Unusual unicorn
- Growlin’ dragon
- Perky puppy
- Be-bop bunny
- Playful puppy
- Peek a boo kitty
The Stompeez are available in sizes small (5-11 toddlers), medium (11.5-4 children) and large (5-9 teens+). These slippers are fun, bright and will keep those toes warm during this cold weather season.
Meet Sir One Eye Monster, this loveable and fun slipper will have your child giggling, up and moving in no time. How these adorable slippers work is as your child walks, stomps, each eye on Sir One Eye Monster moves up and then closes down. As you can see from the picture the slippers are plush, soft and colorful. Best part is no batteries are needed to make these playful slippers work and as a mom I like that.
Stompeez makes great gifts for birthdays and the holidays. Great for girls, boys and teens. They offer a 60 day money back guarantee. The value at $19.99 can’t be beat it for such a amazing and fun slipper.
Stompeez is offering a great promotion! Place your order now and you will receive $5.00 off your order by using promo code Slipper at checkout. If you order two or more pairs of Stompeez and use the same shipping location you will receive free shipping on those additional pairs.
Stompeez will be featured in our Holiday Gift Guide on November 23rd and you will have a chance to win a pair for yourself.
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