See Kai Run Kids’ Shoes Review + Giveaway!

* I work with See Kai Run. All my opinions are my own and not swayed by outside sources. *See Kai Run

I am a HUGE fan of See Kai Run Kids’ Shoes for as long as I can remember. I remember my mom gifting my youngest with her first pair of See Kai Run when she was a very little walking toddler. That is why I was so excited to be invited to review a couple of the brand new line of See Kai Run shoes this spring season.

See Kai Run makes gorgeous and comfortable footwear for kids newborn through eight years old. Since I have a 7,5, and 1 year old, this is the perfect shoe line for my children. The new line is just in time for the spring and features 16 unique and beautiful designs.

Taylor received the Peyton Blue/Dots and her big sister, Hayley received the Mykah Blue/Dots. It is simply adorable to get matching shoes for my 1 and  7 year old.  These styles of shoes are not only fashionable but completely stylish. With my kids having wide feet, they always complain about their feet hurting them with their new shoes. However, with these shoes, my kids are never wanting to take them off. They also feature such a fun pattern that it blends with almost every single outfit they wear.See Kai Run Shoes

Both kids are also not proficient with tying their laces yet so I love the easy velcro closure. In the morning when I am running around, they simply put on their own shoes (well Hayley helps Taylor) and it is completely seamless.See Kai Run kids shoes

Zane received the Tripp Grey shoe. I love this shoe because although it can be used for dress up, like for our upcoming Easter celebrations, he can also wear this shoe with a plain jean for a casual look. This shoe is very versatile.  I absolutely love the look of this shoe and Zane always raves how comfortable it is! A rave from Zane is a huge thing!See Kai Run Shoes

Here is more information about the Tripp shoe:See Kai Run

*A sophisticated palette, gray denim, and leather overlays are modern touches to this classic sneaker. Perfect for an outing with family, the flexible rubber sole and denim uppers are rugged enough to withstand an energetic game of kickball.See Kai Run

-Dual leather hook-and-loop straps adjust for fit
-Soft jersey lining and removable insoles keep feet fresh
-Rubber toe cap and rubberized leather heel add durability
-Wide opening and back pull loop make on/off easy*

See Kai Run has an exclusive, beautiful, fashionable, and unique line of kids’ shoes. Be sure to check them out today!

Win it: One winner will receive a pair of See Kai Run shoes. This giveaway is run via rafflecopter, so click read more to see the actual giveaway. The only mandatory entry is to visit See Kai Run and tell me your favorite shoe. Please put all comments in comment section proceeding this post.While the other entries are optional, I highly suggest filling them out to increase your chances of winning. US only! Good luck!
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  1. nichole dowell says

    I like the boys JETTY shoes. they are cute and my son would love them for summer we do not have any summer shoes yet.

  2. says

    i love the Arwen and the Ellie (big kids). i think i like the Ellie the best, but i bet my daughter would want the Arwen. Thanks for the chance!

  3. sheri anderson says

    The Tripp shoe would be so perfect for my grandson and he really needs a new pair of shoes right now, thanks!

  4. Jenn H says

    we LOVE see kai run! simple and comfy and easy to get on! id love a pair of the girls kristen or peytons for my daughter!

  5. Jennifer M. says

    I like the Rosie shoe. The hot pink color goes with most of my daughter’s clothes and the Suns are so cute!

  6. Brenna H. says

    So many great looking shoes to choose from! I have a 5-year-old boy and would choose either the Strive or the Magnuson.


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