EasyKicks With Nike Kid’s Shoes Box Review – June 2018

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EasyKicks with Nike is a subscription service that provides unlimited access to a large selection of brand new Nike and Converse shoes for your child. EasyKicks recently updated their subscription service by now offering three different membership plan options:

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EasyKicks offers 3 membership plan options, unless, like me, you were already a member then you can choose to keep your old membership. The new plans are:

  • Pathfinder: $20 a month with new shoes every 90 days, 1 pair of shoes out at a time
  • Ranger: $25 a month with new shoes every 60 days, 1 pair of shoes out at a time
  • Adventurer: $40 a month with unlimited shoe swaps, 2 pairs of shoes out at a time

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EasyKicks June 2018 review

About EasyKicks with Nike

The Subscription Box: EasyKicks with Nike

The Cost: $20 a month + free shipping and returns. (This particular membership is no longer available)

The Products: Brand new Nike and Converse shoes for Kids 4C-7Y (Toddler, Preschool, and Grade School size shoes), the prepaid return envelope, and a fun sticker or other “cool thing”.

Ships to: the U.S. within 2-3 days

About EasyKicks with Nike June 2018 Review

Once I decided on my son’s new pair of shoes, I put his old shoes in the prepaid envelope and sent them on their way. See more about what the WONDERFUL things EasyKicks by Nike’s does with returned shoes.

The box comes with the next prepaid envelope to send these shoes back when I am done with them. It’s great that it’s prepaid and can be dropped in any USPS box. You are allowed to put any other shoes with the returns if you would like to donate them.

Nike Flex Contact

Nike Flex Contact – Retail Value $43

My son’s new Nike’s arrived quickly. These shoes are incredibly comfortable because they have a knit upper. They are easy for me to put on and off his feet which is great! He moves well in them and they are a bright blue which he loves. Overall, these are some awesome shoes for all the adventures my son gets into!

I also received three stickers in the box. I estimate the stickers worth at about $2 – they are high quality and could be used on a skateboard or scooter and hold up to wear. My son uses them on his tricycle.

The Verdict: I really enjoy EasyKicks With Nike service. I was happy with the selection of shoes and chose these blue Nike Flex Contact sneakers for my son. Retail on these shoes is $43 and I can swap them at any point with free shipping making this a great value. If I want to keep them, then they end up costing $60 (three months of service). Something I have really appreciated about this service is that if my son isn’t thrilled with the shoes in a couple weeks I can simply send them back. Being a two year old he changes his mind frequently so it’s nice to switch things up every now and then. He enjoys new shoes!

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? Each box is sent based on your child’s size and style preference.

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Written by Elizabeth R

Elizabeth R

Elizabeth’s passion for subscription boxes began years ago with Petit Vour and POPSUGAR Must Have. This enthusiasm amplified after her son arrived and she discovered the world of kids boxes. Her favorite subscriptions boxes are lifestyle, food, and kids/moms boxes.

Posted in EasyKicks With Nike Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews, Subscription Boxes for Kids| Tags: easy kicks | 13 comments


  1. Did you ever get an update on whether the two pairs is what their FAQ states one order en route before returned or two at a time.

    • Turns out you can only have one at a time. Pretty disappointing, I think, for the price point.

  2. I love this shoes! The shoes are so cool!

  3. I agree. I have only interfaced with this company online and when I received a letter I was pretty surprised.

    • They’re making changes again an email went out. I forwarded to Liz but if you don’t update your account they automatically cancel you.
      If you stay on the $20/mo plan it’s limited to 4 pairs a year. 6 pairs a year $30 mo,12 pairs a year is $50 month now.

      I liked this because shopping with a kid on the spectrum can be hard but I’ll use Amazon Prime Wardrobe now. This is disappointing for them to change it yet again.

  4. Man, I wish I got into this before they changed the subscription plan, $20/mo unlimited was a GREAT deal! Not so much for the “Pathfinder” at $60 for 1 pair of shoes every 90 days. Can do better at Marshall’s with that price LOL

    Considering how fast my boys destroy shoes, the Adventurer might be in my future 🙂 That is a great deal for 2 pairs of unlimited shoes.

    • I was surprised MSA didn’t post about the change before it happened since I received a letter that stated any signups by the 18th would be grandfathered into the old pricing. They have decent customer service so you may be able to email and ask if there’s anyway to be brought in under the grandfathered plan & pricing.
      My son would’ve been okay with keeping shoes a month or longer but we generally change them out a couple of times a month. The letter they sent actually had percentages of how many people kept shoes in it.
      They ship to you via FedEx ground and for returns they use Smartpost.

      • MSA didn’t post because my letter didn’t arrive in time (that what happens when your mail gets held for a family vacation). I would email them, it’s worth a shot.

        • I was surprised that they didn’t send an email to subscribers since you sign up online. I didn’t see any information about it on any other sites either.

        • Thanks Elizabeth, I emailed and they grandfathered me in!

    • The two pairs isn’t two that you keep, it means they’ll send you a new pair before you return your last pair. This is from their FAQ:
      Each plan allows for you to have one shoe out a time and the option to keep your kicks at the end of your plan period! EasyKicks’ Adventurer plans allow you to order a replacement pair before you return your original pair so that your child is never without shoes. On fixed plans you can order as soon as you hit your plan interval.

      • I have just reached out to them to clarify. The letter made it seem like you get two at a time (not just for swapping). I will update when I hear back.

        • Yeah that’s what I thought too from reading the letter, I have two pairs that are still en route to them because Smartpost takes forever.
          I want to gift my nephews a subscription but I want to have details before I sent it to them.

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