New Fall/Winter ‘16 Styles Have Kids Covered For Both Indoors And Out
Mom favorite footwear brand, See Kai Run, launches two new cold weather styles with their waterproof Boots and plush, cabin Slippers! “
If you’ve followed my blog a while you know that we LOVE See Kai Run shoes – see previous reviews by clicking here.
Gradie loves that she can put on and take off her Abby boots – ALL BY HERSELF! We love that they’re waterproof. The waterproof materials, membrane construction and water gusset keeps water and debris out. Which is what we need in the snowy and cold Minnesota Winters.
They’re extremely light weight and the traction pattern on the bottom keep your little one safe on wet surfaces, which you need when a 3 year old is running around on snow and ice. We love that there isn’t TOO much to these boots, rather just the right amount of fabric, waterproofing etc. to keep them easy to wear for your little one.
We also received the Atlas boots – which Gradie has claimed as her ALL WINTER LONG shoes. She loves them, again she is able to put them on and take them off by herself. They’re perfect as daily wear shoes and they work perfectly to keep her feet dry and warm during the cold and wet days. As with the Abby boots these too have a traction pattern and rubber material on the soles to keep your little one from slipping while they’re out and about.
Gradie has been wearing her new Atlas boots to school this week and we have already had numerous teachers and parents asking where they can get their kids a pair. Of course I let let all know to head over to See Kai Run’s website to grab a pair before the snow and horrible winter weather hits!!!
REMEMBER – See Kai Run offers 3 lines of footwear – Smaller soft-soled crib shoes, sized 0-24 months, See Kai Run first walkers, sizes 3-9, and our Kai collection, shoes for bigger kids in whole and half sizes 8-3y.
Head over to their website to see all they have to offer – I am CERTAIN you’ll find a pair (or 5) for your kids.
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