From the age they start walking, kids seem like they’re always on the move. That’s why your tot needs a solid pair of sneakers to help keep him comfortable whether he’s jumping, playing or climbing.
To make your shopping easier, we’ve rounded up some of the best boys sneakers to add to his lineup. Not only are they super supportive, but they’re also pretty stylish too — from sporty-style slip-ons to classic silhouettes that will pair well with tons of outfits (after all, any parent can appreciate a no-fuss dressing routine in the morning). Read on to shop all our top picks, suitable for toddlers all the way to middle-schoolers.
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1. Adidas Samba Classic
The Adidas Samba offers a timeless look with an all-black upper and white Three Stripes branding on the side. It's also equipped with a EVA midsole for added plushness.
Pros: The leather upper is accented with suede for extra protection against bumps and scrapes. These gum rubber soles also offer superb grip on indoor floors. To top it all off, they're non-marking, so the shoes won't scuff up floors. These are available in sizes for kids ages four to 12.
Cons: Some users may find the sizing is slightly off.
2. Spesoul Kids Sneakers
These athletic slip-ons feature an airy knit upper, elastic front strap and adjustable lock laces for an ultra-secure fit.
Pros: They're also designed to offer solid traction on slippery floors. They're available in seven different colorways and slightly different models (you can also select an elastic-free and laceless style). These come in sizes for kids ages four to 12.
Cons: The cushioning underfoot is minimal.
3. Nike Kids' Team Hustle D 8 (Gs)
This court-ready style features a leather upper with foam-backed mesh and perforated toe box for optimal ventilation and comfort. It also includes a branded hook-and-loop strap at the midfoot to keep feet locked down, as well as a herringbone pattern outsole for superb traction.
Pros: For added plushness underfoot, the style includes a flexible foam midsole. These come in eight different colorways and sizes for toddlers and kids up to age 12.
Cons: Some users may find these don't last as long as other options on the market.
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