Get Your Child A Pair of Keen Sandals On Sale This Summer

June 17, 2010 by Mom Jeanine
shefinds | Kids

I’ll be honest, I would never wear Keen sandals myself, but I totally understand why parents love Keen sandals for their children. Unlike most sandals out there, they actually offer amazing support and function a lot like a sneaker. I’ve actually been considering getting my very active daughter a pair for the summer, but the price always makes me think twice. $50 for sandals for a 2-year-old? I know they’re worth it, but I could get her a $30 pair that are just as good.

And then, I found the Keens I’d been eyeing on sale. It seems like Keen sandals never go on sale at the major online shoe retailers (Zappos, Piperlime, etc.), so I decided to check where I’ve found great deals in the past. And score–they have them!

So if you love Keens for your children, get your little one a new pair for about 20% less than what would you pay other places. Who doesn’t love a good deal?

Keen Newport Hook and Loop ($36, normally 45)

Keen Venice H2 ($32, normally $40)

Keen Newport Bungee ($36, normally $45)

For more great kicks, check out the best baby sandals, the best sandals for boys and the best sandals for girls.


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