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Kids Spring Collection Sneak Peek

Psst! Want to get a sneak peek of our Kids Spring collection? It’s probably our favorite yet!

We are in love with our new kids styles for Spring ’21 and we can’t wait to show you what’s to come! From cute prints to fun sandals, this collection has it all for your little ones. See below for our top picks for the season:


Help your little one win best dressed with Blumoon-K! This unique silhouette sandal features a comfortable cushioned insole, an inside zipper for easy on/off, and accent ankle straps. With this style and comfort, she won’t want to take Blumoon off for the entire season!


Our most-popular sandal just got better! Granola-B-T is Blowfish Malibu’s classic Granola-B sandal with a braided detail at the vamp. This style also features a faux leather strappy detail with a buckle that’s adjustable. Not to mention some added comfort with its lightly padded footbed.


Help her slide into her favorite season with Gett-K, the newest kids slide by Blowfish Malibu! Featuring bow detailing and a comfortable cork inspired footbed, she’ll never want to take the Gett-K off this season!

Play-K and Play-T

The Play-K/T sneaker features a cushioned footbed and a pre-distressed, unlaced look with elastic inside to keep these on and take these off easily. Everyone will be able to spot that these are Blowfish Malibu with our signature branded eyelets!


Mamba-K is a sneaker with a hidden wedge platform! This sneaker features a soft canvas upper, a comfortable padded footbed, a zipper for easy on/off and elastic detailing at the vamp.

Marley-K and Marley-T

The Marley-K sneaker features a canvas upper with elastic on the vamp for easy off/on. Marley also features an upper with distressed edges and contrast stitching and the cushioned footbed allows for all day comfort.


So, which style in the kids spring collection is your favorite? Let us know!

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