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Stride Rite has been around since 1919… that’s a whole lot of shoes for little piggies! Stride Rite prides itself on making great looking, high-quality footwear, and providing families with the best shopping experience in the industry.
I recently received a pair of shoes from their Made 2 Play line. The Made 2 Play line is simple… easy on and easy off with a strap that is molded for a kid’s thumb, a memory foam insole for comfort and they are machine washable. I repeat, machine washable!
I let my son pick out a pair that he would wear and he selected the Kaleb Sneaker. Once they arrived, I liked the style and color much better in person. The splash of green and orange gave them a little pop. My son loved that he did not have to tie his shoes anymore. These have a stretchy lace and velcro strap to make them easy to get on and off. These are great to wear to school or out to play, after all, they are machine washable!
The Made 2 Play collection ranges from $44 to $48 and is available in baby sizes 4-8, preschool sizes 8.5-12 and big kid size 12.5-3.
Make sure to check out Stride Rite’s programs to help give you more:
Stride Rite Rewards: Receive exclusive benefits like $10 off every $75 you spend, free shipping, just-for-you private sales, and more when you join the rewards program.
Stride@School Program: Shop for back-to-school shoes at striderite.com and they’ll give participating schools up to 10% back every year. Join for FREE. Every purchase helps out.
Share your Stride Rite picture tagged with #StrideRiteSmiles for your chance to win a pair of shoes every Friday! See site for more details.
Stride Rite gives back to help the children:
Be a Champions of Kids with the Soles4Souls Program: This not-for-profit organization that has distributed more than 22 million pairs of shoes to children in need, including 85,000 pairs donated to date from Stride Rite’s initial work with the organization that began in 2014.