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Clic! Shoes

Coping with Growth

Clic! Shoes’ claim is to give every child the perfect pair of shoes optimally adapted to their needs in each individual growth phase. Growth is also the stated company aim. And they are aiming high: Clic! strives to position itself as an international leader in the premium segment for children’s and teenagers’ footwear. In the 2017/18 Autumn/Winter buying season the design team wants to convince retailers with casual urbanity.

Spanish label Clic! Shoes from Alicante specialises in the production of high-quality children’s footwear. For every growth phase there are shoes that are optimally adapted to kids’ individual requirements. Fashion goes hand in hand with function here but the overriding priority is comfortable lasts. The family business was established in 1995 and has constantly grown since. Now the company aspires to become established as a leader on the international market for children’s and teenagers’ shoes.

Quality standards are high – by their own accounts, only the finest leather from Europe is used. All shoes are hand-made in their home country Spain. Each process step is checked. There are styles for boys and girls and all age groups from ages zero to 16 in continental sizes 18 to 42. Two new collections are launched every year. The range includes fashion shoes, basics and classic footwear in the middling to high-priced segment.

For Autumn/Winter 2017/18 the design team promises to present a collection to make kids “look fantastic and feel the same way”. The styling is urban, relaxed, fresh and modern. In evidence here is smooth leather and soft suede. In some styles these are combined with high-quality wovens and textiles. The colours are rich and the favoured styles are booties, boots and sneakers. Warmth is guaranteed by inner lambskin lining. Strong effects are produced by army details and colour blocking as well as many, many fringes.

At GDS you can find Clic! Shoes in hall 4, F31
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Text: Özlem Agildere
Photo: Clic! Shoes