Target stocks Robeez knockoffs

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robeez trainsI was at Target the day before I left for my trip, looking for more socks for Truman - he's always losing them. Then I saw my son's feet's future, staring right at me: a whole section of one aisle was devoted to what appeared to be Robeez. On closer inspection, they were knockoffs, and they were only $12.99 (as opposed to over $20 for Robeez in most stores).

Sure, they only had a few designs, but they had puppies and trains - and I was sold. Truman has worn his everywhere except for bed since purchasing them. As far as I can tell, they are exactly like Robeez in every way - but cheaper! Love it.

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