Fashionable parents make fashionable children. Some may disagree, thinking the outfits toddlers wear are not so important, giving that they will most definetlly get dirty or intentionaly jump in every puddle in their new sneakers. We think it is as important to dress your baby in style as you dress yourself every day. Of course, every stylish outfit needs a good pair of shoes. Whether it’s a boy or a girl you’re shopping for, the easiest part is definetly picking the style you’re going for. The difficult part of choosing the best sneakers for children as your child begins to grow, is the right fit. With all that running, jumping and inevitable falling, we understand that your children need endurance and comfort in active footwear – and of course, style. That being said, DSCENE team prepated a list of best shoes for toddlers you can shop this year.
Nike Dunk Low TD ‘Black White’
Looking for a classic style that will match with every type of clothes and look stylish and cool, these are the shoes for your toddler. The Nike Dunk Low snekaer gained it’s popularity again in the past few years, through various new releases and retro styles. Built with leather, the shoe’s upper sports a white base, overlaid by contrasting black throughout. More black marks the Swoosh branding, while a lightly padded nylon tongue supports the fit.
Yeezy 350 V2 Infant ‘Dazzling Blue’
We couldn’t make a list without inclunding Yeezy’s, an ultimate lifestyle shoe. Coming in toddler sizing, you can match with your child easily and look stylish. The silhouette is updated with black Primeknit upper, featuring a snug, sock-like structure made with brand’s digital knitting technology. On the lateral side, you can see a royal blue line accompanied by signature SPLY-350 branding. The full-length Boost midsole is wrapped in a semi-translucent TPU cage and a ribbed rubber outsole.
Air Jordan 11 TD ‘Cool Grey’ 2021
Basketball fan or not, Air Jordans have become a status symbol. They went beyond of being just a basketball shoe. Celebrities wear them with every type of outfit and so should your toddler. Invented in 1995 by Tinker Hatfield, the Air Jordan 11 mix patent leather shine and aerodynamics while bringing an informal elegance. Celebrating the 20th anniversary of the neutral colorway, Jordan Brand presented the similar style constructed from grey nubuck with tonal webbing eyelets and a shiny patent leather overlay.
Nike Air Max 90 TD ‘Rose Pink’
One of our favorites if you want to dress your girl in the most girlish kind of way, Nike Air Max 90 in Rose Pink is a sure pick. The shoe style came back in mid 00’s with an upgrade of even bigger mid-sole bubble, higher cut and panel patterns tying. Mix them with a dress or a tracksuit and your child is good to go. Discover additional Air Max 90s here.
Air Jordan 1 High TD ‘Dark Marina Blue’
The Jordan Originals, Air Jordan 1 debuted in the basketball shoe market in 1985, making their way to every basketball player. The trailblazers were worn everywhere, from basketball courts to the streets. The Dark Marina Blue colourway features color blocking inspired by the original. The upper is in smooth leather with a black base and stitched blue overlays. The retro Wings logo is featured on the lateral ankle, with outsole resembling the 1985 original.
Yeezy 350 V2 Infant “Beluga Reflective’
Another Yeezy on our list, this time in neutral colors for easier matching and especially made for your little ones. The Beluga Reflective is slightly modified version of the sneaker’s original 2016 colorway. Primeknit is in grey finish with a vibrant orange stripe with signature SPLY-350 branding. Also, the design has reflective fibers throught the knit, making them extra visible and extra cool.
Air Jordan 4 TD ‘White Oreo’
Everyone needs an all white shoe, even your toddler. For this ocassion we chose the Air Jordan 4 in White Oreo colorway. The neutral look is bulit with leather including netting inserts and structural wings. The grey details emerge in speckeled midsole underfoot with Fire Red Jumpan logo on the tongue. You’ll never make a mistake with wearing this one.