Sneakers for Kids
Ever-versatile, sneakers are a tried and true kid favorite. For good reason too. They’re comfortable and offer great support—perfect for all-day play. Find lightweight, machine-washable warm weather sneakers and sturdy waterproof styles for colder temperatures in our collection of kids’ sneakers.
Kids' sneakers Patter Wash
Kids' sneakers Wetter Wash
Toddlers' sneakers Evaste
Kids' sneakers Elege
Kids' mid-season sneakers Keveni
Kids' trainers Bouncing
Summer Girls’ and Boys’ Sneakers
Give kids the right sneaker and some space to run, and they’ll feel unstoppable. Our kids’ sneakers offer daylong support and extra comfort with details like padding at the ankles and flexible soles. Many are machine washable too.
Our easy pull-on styles are perfect for running out the door in a flash. Our toddler sneakers with practical Velcro tabs are a cinch for younger kids to open and close. Classic laces look cool and offer a snug fit.
At Reima, we don’t skimp on the details. That’s why our sneakers and tennis shoes for kids have soft linings that make them comfortable to wear even without socks. You’ll also find kids’ sneakers with non-scuffing soles so they can be worn indoors too.
Midseason Sneakers for Kids
We know kids don’t slow down when the weather turns chilly—that’s where our cozy waterproof and water-resistant sneaker comes in. Sturdy soles cover the toe so stepping in puddles won’t result in soggy socks. Velcro straps make it easy for kids of all ages to put on and take off. Plus, handy guides take the guesswork out of securing foot loops.
Not sure whether your kids’ sneakers are getting tight? Check out styles with Happy Fit removable insoles. They come printed with a guide your child can stand on. If their foot goes over the line, it’s time to move up a size.
Our Reimatec high-tops offer extra padding at the ankle that’s perfect for hiking and climbing. They’re completely waterproof too, with nylon uppers and a sealed lining. They come in a variety of colors and many are machine washable too. What’s not to love?