Your kiddos outgrow their shoes in record time, and jumping into the car, heading to the mall and spending a would-be day of family fun shopping for new sneaks just isn’t in your game plan. Now one of your fave athletic shoe brands is coming to rescue—with the new Nike Adventure Club!

So what exactly is Nike Adventure Club? It’s the first sneaker club for kids plus a subscription service that includes plenty of adventurous ideas and activities for the littles.

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Your child will get a personalized adventure box, with a monthly adventure guide, an adventure journal and more. Along with the adventure-themed fun, your kiddo will also get a new pair of sneakers in their box. Sneakers come in size 4c through 7Y and include over 100 style options.

The subscription service comes in three tiers. You can choose four pairs of shoes per year for $20/month, six for $30 per month or one pair each month for $50 per month.

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With so many shoes, what should you do with the old ones? Nike has this covered too. Just return your child’s used shoes to Nike Adventure Club and they’ll decide whether to recycle them via Nike Grind or donate the sneakers.

Not only will Nike Adventure Club keep your kiddo in cool shoes and help you to recycle the old ones, but the Club is also teaming up with KaBoom. The national non-profit that is dedicated to bringing play into children’s lives and Nike will build one playground per year in underserved communities near Nike’s Community Stores, help parents find playspaces through KaBoom’s Map of Play and add play-based activities to the adventure guides.

Visit Nike Adventure Club’s website here for more information.

—Erica Loop

Featured photo: Nike Adventure Club via Instagram 

 

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