X RANGE - X FACTOR

X is for style
X is for innovation
X is for healthy feet

Some labels just "get it" and leading New Zealand children's footwear brand Bobux falls into that category. They understand the modern parent and cater for their preference of fresh, contemporary designs over "cutesy" when it comes to children's footwear.  With the new design brief in mind, Bobux enlisted the services of designer Sean Maisano who has previously collaborated with fashion powerhouses including Adidas and Prada!
The result is the X RANGE - clean lines, eye catching detail and most importantly user friendly for little feet! 

Like all previous Bobux collections, the sports luxe inspired X Range caters for all developmental stages of growth and ensures your little one's feet are supported where most needed.

For the tiniest of toes there's the XPLORER collection. Designed with first steps in mind, this shoe features an elastic system for easy dressing, flexible toe cap, high tech advanced EVA sole and the choice between a 100% leather or cotton canvas upper.
My pick for the newest minimalist to join your tribe is Origin in Black/White.

Once bub is on the move, the STEP UP range comes into play to support the early walkers. These sneakers feature a flexible full rubber sole, providing protection and stability without restriction. The premium no fuss fasteners are a winner in my eyes too!
My pick from this collection is the street style Element in Cobalt.

I-WALK, or in the case of my boys I-RUN, is designed for the confident walker.  A secure fit around the ankle and heel to provide support, multiple flex points for ongoing flexibility and an innovative tread pattern makes these sneakers idea for running and jumping.
I selected my two favourite designs from this collection for Tomasi and Maikeli to road test. 

Maikeli wears the Shaper in Black which has clean slimline aesthetic whilst Tomasi scored the Hiwire in Black which closely resembles a high top sneaker.

Shop the Shaper Black here

Shop the Hiwire in Black here

PHOTOGRAPHY BY LIANE HURVITZ

CLOTHING BY CHI KHI

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