Kids

Stock Up On Fall Shoes For Your Kids At Endless.com

September 7, 2010 by Mom Jeanine
shefinds | Kids

If your child’s summer sandals or sneakers are on their last leg, invest in some new kicks for fall at Endless.com. From now until Thursday, almost everything on the site is 25% with code FRIENDS25 at checkout. Here are a few top-rated finds we know will last at least until the next friends and family sale.

These adorable Umi Kids mary janes ($33) are available in five cute colors, but we like this rose hue best for fall.

Perfect when the weather cools, these Stride Rite sneaker booties ($42) are soft, warm and comfortable.

If your daughter is bugging you for a pair of Lelli Kelly shoes, now’s your chance to get her the sneakers ($60) of her dreams–on sale!

Need an every day shoe that can stand up to your active son? You’ll love these well-crafted Naturino oxfords ($58). They’re available in 4 color combos.

Find more fall shoes for boys, fall shoes for girls and the best baby shoes in our buying guides.

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