Panda Shoes

Regular price $59.97

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Panda are loved by so many people.  Are you someone that loves Pandas?  If you said yes, you will love these Panda Shoes.

 Be different and get your own pair of Panda Shoes.  You'll be the envy of everyone around you.

  • Full canvas double sided print with rounded toe construction.
  • Lace-up closure for a snug fit.
  • Metal eyelet for a classic look.
  • Soft textile lining with lightweight construction for maximum comfort.
  • High-quality outsole for traction and exceptional durability.
These Panda Shoes makes the perfect gift for you or someone you love!  They're unique and fun and will be talked about every time you wear them.


Size table

US Size Eur Size UK Size Feet Length/mm
5 Women 35 3 231
6 Women 36 4 238
7 Women 37 5 244
8 Women 38 6 251
9 Women / 6 Men 39 6.5 257
10 Women / 7 Men 40 7 264
11 Women / 8 Men 41 7.5 270
12 Women /9 Men 42 8 277
10 Men 43 9 283
11 Men 44 10 290
12 Men 45 11 296
13 Men 46 12 303
14 Men 47 13 309
15 Men 48 14 316

FuN FAcTs About Pandas:
The panda, with its distinctive black and white coat, is adored by the world and considered a national treasure in China. This bear also has a special significance for WWF because it has been our logo since our founding in 1961.

Pandas live mainly in temperate forests high in the mountains of southwest China, where they subsist almost entirely on bamboo. They must eat around 26 to 84 pounds of it every day, depending on what part of the bamboo they are eating. They use their enlarged wrist bones that function as opposable thumbs.

A newborn panda is about the size of a stick of butter—about 1/900th the size of its mother—but females can grow up to about 200 pounds, while males can grow up to about 300 pounds as adults. These bears are excellent tree climbers despite their bulk.

The biological diversity of the panda’s habitat is unparalleled in the temperate world and rivals that of tropical ecosystems, making the giant panda an excellent example of an umbrella species conferring protection on many other species where pandas live. In other words, when we protect pandas, we invariably protect other animals that live around them, such as multicolored pheasants, the golden monkey, takin, and crested ibis. Pandas also bring sustainable economic benefits to many local communities through ecotourism.

Despite their exalted status and relative lack of natural predators, pandas are still at risk. Severe threats from humans have left just over 1,800 pandas in the wild.

Source: https://www.worldwildlife.org/species/giant-panda

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