I still can not believe that it is time for spring. This is the winter from down under. I mean, ice in Texas, snowed here yesterday, I can hardly think about spring. However, I do love a good pair of shoes. My kids love to wear sandals but I can’t. It is just too cold here.
I shared the Spring Release of Pediped with you, and now I’m going to share the See Kai Run Spring Release.
About See Kai Run
See Kai Run and Smaller promote healthy development of babies’ and children’s feet with their ultra-flexible soles, soft leather and wide toe box. Our footwear meets the American Podiatric Medical Association’s rigorous standards for foot health and functionality and has been awarded the APMA’s prestigious Seal of Acceptance.
See Kai Run is a family-owned and operated business located outside of Seattle, Washington. The idea was born when owner Cause Haun was on a quest for the perfect first pair of shoes for her son, Kai. Unable to find shoes in fun styles that still promoted the healthy development of little feet, Cause and her husband created their own line of shoes that satisfied all of these needs. In just four years, See Kai Run has seen sales expand from a few boutiques, mostly in the Seattle area, to stores all around the country and worldwide. Please visit www.seekairun.com for additional information.
I loved selling See Kai Run because they were so easy to sell. They have cute simple designs and they are soft and perfect for little feet. They start at a reasonable price. Now, if you ask me to compare them to Pediped I would say that they have a thinner sole than Pediped, this can be good and bad. It depends on the age of the child. Older children need a stronger sole so they need a thicker one. Which is what you get with Pediped; however, See Kai Run has come out with other shoes since then and they have a brand called eleven that probably compare. My daughter’s Pediped’s still look like new.
Now for the Spring Line:
See Kai Run® Showers Shoe Fans with 31 New Styles in its New 2009 Spring/Summer Collection
Innovative new designs for boys, girls and babies – plus the return of four old favorites
Seattle, WA, January 2009 – Jump for joy! It’s time to think spring. See Kai Run, popular manufacturer of the perfect first shoe for new walkers, is focusing on fresh silhouettes and colorways for the upcoming spring/summer 2009 collection.
“Parents want to be excited about what they see on the shelves, which means we have to take some risks in offering fresh styles,” says founder Cause Haun. “We’re adding some metallics for boys this season with a gold, khaki, cream, and black trainer.”
More highlights include a sophisticated black sandal with a row of white polka dots that can be dressed up or paired with jeans, as well as a bottle green sandal for girls with yellow and leaf green accents. In all, See Kai Run will introduce 14 new styles in its first walker line, sized three through nine. And by popular demand, it will also bring back four styles from previous collections in a new line known as See Kai (re)Runs. The Smaller® soft-soled baby bootie line sized from zero – 18 months will feature 17 new styles.
The new spring collection will be available for purchase at retailers, as well as online at www.seekairun.com beginning February 2009. Retail prices starts at $32. To view a sneak peek of the new line now, please see our Web site at http://www.seekairun.com/cgi-bin/commerce.cgi?display=action&emptyoverride=yes&template=SKRTemplates/SKR/spring_09_collection_peek.html.
I just love shoes. I have the hardest time not getting my daughter every pair there is. I have to stay home and not do ANY shopping to keep myself from buying. Now with the touch of a click you can order shoes without leaving home. Boy am I in trouble. This information was sent to me. I was not asked to blog about it, but I do so because I am very grateful for their donation. Both companies are great to work with and I recommend both brands for different reasons.
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