Well, we鈥檙e not quite sure what to make of this. A Pennsylvania-based company is looking to take the baby clothing category to new heights with high-heeled shoes for infants. (You read that correctly.)

Pee Wee Pumps sells collapsable high heels ($10), which they say, 鈥淭hey鈥檙e just like mom鈥檚 favorite pair of pumps only in a miniature size.鈥

It appears the brand鈥檚 trendy creation has rubbed some consumers the wrong way. A UK-based watch group Let Clothes Be Clothes posted about the product and received comments from critics claiming the shoes sexualized infants. Others worried about what wearing them could do to a baby鈥檚 tiny feet.

The company founder, Michele Holbrook, told TODAY, 鈥淭he shoes are actually made of cotton. They鈥檙e a soft-soled shoe 鈥 they鈥檙e actually nothing more than a slipper.鈥 Holbrook also says they鈥檙e not made to be worn at walking age.

The controversial shoes come in a variety of colors including leopard and zebra print, and have names like 鈥淒iva鈥 and 鈥淧retty in Pink.鈥

What do you think about Pee Wee Pumps? Tell us @BritandCo!

(Photos via @peeweepumps and Pee Wee Pumps)