My 8-year-old has always struggled with keeping her shoes tied. She knows how to tie them but keeping them tied that seems to be difficult. Plus it’s not always convenient to stop what you are doing in a busy classroom or at recess to re-tie them. With Hickies she can easily turn any of her shoes into slip-ons.
Super stylish and fun to wear. You can easily rock out your Back to School shoes this year with your new Hickies. They are really easy to use. Simply loop them through the eyelets on your shoes and then hook the open end onto the button of the Hickies. They are stretchy so you can easily slide your food in and out.
They come in some really fun colors. Use all one color or mix it up and use multiple colors. They have them for kids, teens, and adults. So everyone can get in on the fun.
Each set comes with enough for one pair of shoes. These are perfect for Back to School. Let your kiddos update their brand new school shoes for the first day back!
Hickies was nice enough to sponsor a giveaway for our readers. We are giving away 6 packages of Hickies, so we will have 6 different winners!! Entrants must be 18 or older and US residents to be eligible to win. Entries will be accepted until 9/30/17.
*Disclaimer: This giveaway is sponsored by Hickies. If for some reason the sponsor fails to send the prize or is unable to Parenting In Progress is not responsible for supplying the prize or the value of the prize to the winner.
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