Kai


Big kids can have cool shoes, too.

Popular footwear manufacturer See Kai Run is débuting its new big kid line, Kai, at this season’s upcoming trade shows. Kai continues where the See Kai Run collection leaves off with sizes to fit post-toddler to school-aged kids two to six years old.

“We want kids to grow up with See Kai Run,” says founder Cause Haun. “Since 2004, our customers have told us over and over again that they want the same See Kai Run styling they love in larger sizes. We’re so thrilled that the wait is over and the new larger sizes have arrived!”

Kai features eight new styles -five for girls and three for boys in sizes 8 through 13. The debut collection takes See Kai Run designs and adapts them for bigger-sized shoes, accommodating the needs of older kids. Kai also features soft, high quality leather and flexible soles, but with the right amount of durability and sturdiness for kids on the go. Kai joins the company’s largest collection to date, which includes 31 new styles from the See Kai Run first walker line and 23 styles from the Smaller® baby bootie line. Design highlights include adult trends that translate well for little girls such as scallops and ruffles. Color focus is non-traditional, with pink taking a back seat to purple, gray and copper for girls, and bright accents for boys.

See Kai Run footwear promotes healthy development of babies’ and children’s feet with their ultra-flexible soles, soft leather and wide toe box and meets the American Podiatric Medical Association‘s rigorous standards for foot health and functionality. See Kai Run is awarded the APMA’s prestigious Seal of Acceptance.

-Janet Muniz

 

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2 thoughts on “Kai

  1. Cute–makes me wish I had grandchildren.

    I just stopped by to ask if Tom Hudson is the same Tom who owned Earnshaw’s Review years ago? I would guess it is Tom, Jr. by now, although it would be wonderful if Tom, Sr. was still working. I worked for Earnshaw’s back in the late 70s. My first name is Clare. Ring a bell? The office used to be across the street from Penn Station in New York City.

    I hope you are all doing well!

    • jlgmuniz says:

      Hi Clare! HUDSON’S is co-published by Tom Hudson and Margaret Mobius. Tom is indeed the Tom, Jr. you remember. I’ll forward your comment to him! Thanks for reading!

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