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Reviews for this Ragg girls shoe (1 user review.): "these are the best because my daughter keeps these on her feet all day and i never i to tel..." see more »
Reviews for this Ragg girls shoe (1 user review.): "these are the best because my daughter keeps these on her feet all day and i never i to tell her anymore to keep her house shoes on and she says they are comfy..." see less »
Reviews for this Ragg girls shoe (13 user reviews): "I purchased these in gold in the summer and my daughter loved them...I ordered one size bi..." see more »
Reviews for this Ragg girls shoe (13 user reviews): "I purchased these in gold in the summer and my daughter loved them...I ordered one size bigger and it wasn't enough...Considering returning with complaint of a design flaw -- sparkles put on a kids shoe should last more than a week..." see less »
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Reviews for this Ragg girls shoe: "Black Mountain Rag is the title of a recording by American folk music and country blues artists Doc Watson a..." see more »
Reviews for this Ragg girls shoe: "Black Mountain Rag is the title of a recording by American folk music and country blues artists Doc Watson and Merle Watson, released in 2006. It contains songs taken ..." see less »
Reviews for this Ragg girls shoe: "Andi Land (Andi Pink) twice won Gallery's Girl Next Door of the Month. Gallery magazine was purchased by..." see more »
Reviews for this Ragg girls shoe: "Andi Land (Andi Pink) twice won Gallery's Girl Next Door of the Month. Gallery magazine was purchased by the Magna Publishing Group. The first issue ..." see less »