This post was sponsored by Jimi Atrik Footwear.
Looking for comfortable shoes for your little one?! You are going to love Jimi Atrik!
Jimi Atrik is the latest brand from Katz Footwear which recently launched in South Africa. The active footwear brand already has a huge range of shoes for toddlers and kids!
I’m impressed. I’m loving the bright colours!
I’m currently reviewing the product with 10 other moms on the Momsays platform – we will be sharing our review with you soon!
My kids wear shoes out extremely fast – especially my daughter Kitana because she’s always jumping around, running and she has narrow feet which makes it very difficult to find shoes that actually fit her properly and last for a long time.
I’ve spent several hours in shopping malls trying to find shoes for Kitana only to end up leaving with absolutely nothing.
I am one of those people who like shopping around before making that final decision, but I also follow a checklist when it comes to shopping for shoes. Shoes are expensive and you need to put some thought into your purchases.
1. Firstly, decide on the style that you are looking for. Example: Lace, Snap, Or Velcro? I prefer Velcro, just because it is so much easier – to put on especially when you are in a rush.
2. Read the tag on the shoe to find out more about the materials that are used. Trust me, it does matter when you are purchasing running shoes.
3. Bend the shoe and check if it is flexible and has a grip.
4. Check the fit and let your child run around a bit in the store before making that final decision.
Some of the best materials for kids running shoes are:
- Mesh for breathability.
- Foam for mid-sole cushioning.
- Rubber for a long-lasting outer sole.
The first couple of years with a child fly by like a meteor – it is a time that is both fast, furious and …. exciting. These are the years when kids are extremely active and want to explore – so comfortable shoes are extremely important.
About Jimi Atrik Footwear:
Jimi Atrik footwear is designed to fit all tastes and needs.
Check out their toddler and kids range of active footwear here.
The range is currently available for 1 to 7-year-olds (depending on your child’s size).
All of their shoes offer the highest quality in terms of fabrics. They also boast their innovative Gravity Cushion, which will conform to the shape of your child’s foot with each step for the most comfortable fit. Gravity Cushion is a memory foam inner designed to make the footwear light and comfortable.
These affordable shoes are built to compete with the best. When creating this product, the vision was clear – to create footwear that marries quality and aesthetics to improve your child’s world with every step. That sounds ambitious, but the brand has worked tirelessly to include innovative technology into each shoe, while also keeping up with international trends in activewear.
Want to purchase Jimi Atrik footwear? Click here.
This allows your child to be at the forefront of the athleisure trend in South Africa, while at the same time giving you complete peace of mind in knowing that they have footwear to handle their active lifestyle.
Jimi Atrik offers good quality, comfortable, stylish and fun sneakers for active kids who are always on the move!
For more information, visit www.jimiatrik.com.
Jimi Atrik shoes follow UK sizes:
Toddlers (ages 1-+-3/4)
• Sizes 4,5,6,7,8,9
Kids (ages+-3/4 – 7/8)
• Sizes 10,11,12,13,1,2
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