See Kai Run are by far my favorite kids shoes ever. They are made with ultra flexible soles, sheepskin leather uppers and wide toe boxes. These shoes are the softest and most flexible shoes my kids have ever owned! I had to choose one pair for my daughter and it was a very hard choice, but I choose Jaewon. They are a little big for Kadence right now, but she will be able to wear them soon. Aren't they just adorable?!
See Kai Run has a smaller line for ages 0-24 months and the See Kai Run line for sizes 3-9. Here are some of my favorites:
The first three are from the smaller line. I wish my little one could still wear these sizes!
This pair are from the See Kai run line. And again, I wish my boys were small enough to still wear these!
See Kai Run shoes were created by Cause because when her son Kai was born she wanted to find comfortable shoes with flexible soles for her son to play in. In November 2004, the first See Kai Run shoes hit the stores and have been booming every since. Twice a year she designs 15-20 new designs.
See Kai Run also gives back. They partner with Soles4Souls in which they help supply thousands of shoes to children in need.
Now for the fantastic part! See Kai Run has generously offered to give one of my readers their choice of shoes from the See Kai Run or smaller line!
To Enter: Please go to See Kai Run and tell me what your favorite pair of See Kai Run shoes are. And believe me, it's not as easy as it sounds! Don't forget to leave your email in your comment so I can contact you if you win!
For Additional entries: (please leave an additional comment for each extra entry)
* Sign up for the See Kai Run email list. It's at the bottom of the homepage-2 entries
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*Blog about my giveaway and post the link-5 entries!
A big thank you to See Kai Run for allowing this review and giveaway!
Good luck! Winners will be chosen by Random.org. Contest ends September 21st at midnight. I will email the winner and they will have 72 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen.
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