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Product Description

October Elf Baby Anti-Slip Socks-Your Best Choice!

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This Product is Sold ONLY BY October Elf, the manufacturer amp; sole distributor.

This baby socks gift box of 6 pairs of unique quote non-slip baby socks.

A truly original baby gift of which the copies and imitators cannot compare.

Made of 90% combed cotton and 10% spandex these baby gift socks are beautiful to touch and lovely to wear.

Every sock had been printed with glue words, the words will catch people's eyeball, and add a delightful atmosphere.

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Product Features:

* Fit 0~12 Months Babies(Size S:0-6Months;Size M:6-12Months)

* Premium Combed Cotton

* Comfortable Elastic Cuff

* Unisex Neutral Color(Style Boysamp;Style Girls)

* 6 Unique Quotes.

* Non-Slip

Baby Socks 6-12 Months Funny Newborn Present Baby Boy Quote Sock

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