These toddlers' sandals are not afraid of the water, so these could be called as a beach sandals. Lycra lining feels comfortable against the skin and velcro fastening is easy to use, so help from mum or dad is not necessarily needed.
Reima is a Finnish clothing brand for children. Reima was founded in 1944 during World War II, where it initially delivered clothes to the Finnish army. In the decades after the war Reima had great success, but it was no longer apparel for the army that was produced but children's and baby clothes. There was no sustainable and functional clothing for children and babies, so they decided to develop children's and baby clothes. It became a great success and they became first movers on the market. In the 1960s Reima began to export. At the end of the decade Reima presented the world for the revolutionary material, Enstex - a combination of durability and water repellent materials. Production began to further focus on fashion trends.
Today, Reima is a leader in children's clothing. Over the years, the company has been a leader in clothing technology, innovative materials and solutions. For 70 years, Reima has been working to produce high quality children's clothing focusing on the joy of outdoor play at all times of the year. That's why they put functionality, security, sustainability and innovation at the top.
The clothes are available for children between 0-12 years. The collections include outerwear - winter jackets and summer jackets, transition jackets, overcoats and snowsuits. All different kinds of clothes to the changing weather. In addition, they have a wide range of functional midlayer clothes as well as indoor clothing and children's shoes. Among other things, they have a collection called Reima SunProof, and consist of UV clothing that provides effective UV protection so that children can play freely in the sun for a long time. Collections also offer lots of accessories, such as summer and winter gloves and hats, as well as the ReimaGO Activity Sensor, so you can motivate the kids for even more movement.