I received a pair of Florsheim shoes for this review. I was not financially compensated for this post. My opinions are my own and not by any means influenced by any other part
I first discovered Florsheim kids about a year ago and was immediately drawn to their men like designs for the little guys. Florsheim offers a great variety of quality kid’s shoes with the same attractive designs and attention to details that the brand offers for their men shoes.
You all know how much I like featuring shoes and Florsheim is one of the companies I am always happy to do a review for. Luckily for me I am part of the Florsheim kid’s certified reviewers and I get to try some of their new designs for the different seasons.
High quality shoes
In this opportunity I am happy to introduce you to the Florsheim kids Flites Chelsea Jr. boots which are very lightweight and easy to put on or take off. The Florsheim kids Flites Chelsea Jr. boots features pull straps and double elastic gores on the sides for an uncomplicated fit. These quality leather ankle boots are comfortable and stylish making them a great option for school, every day wear and play dates.
Build to last
The boots are made with real leather upper, and in the inside of the boots, you will find mesh, breathable lining for added comfort.
The Florsheim kids Flites Chelsea Jr. boots are a great mix between comfort and style; The boots have a clean simple design on the front of the shoe with a bit more elaborate stitching design around the elastic part of the boots that adds a modern touch and flare to the final product. The elastic part of the boots which I received in brown and the contrast on the two different colors in my opinion works really well. While the elastic is black/ navy, the sole is brown so it kind of blends in with the body of the boots.
Available in two different colors
The Florsheim kids Flites Chelsea Jr. boots are available in either brown or black and are available in different sizes starting at a kid’s size 10 and going all the way up to a youth size 6. The Florsheim kids Flites Chelsea Jr. boots have a retail price of $70 in any of the available sizes.
So if you are looking for a pair of comfortable shoes without scarifying your little man’s style, I recommend you take a look at these and the other shoes available at the Florshein website and that of course applies to dad’s shoes also!
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