Wednesday, November 25, 2009

SmartKnitKIDS Review and Giveaway

This giveaway is now closed, thank you to everyone who entered! The winner is MaryAnne, comment #10. who said, I entered their holiday contest. Congratulations!When I taught special education, I had several students with sensitivity issues that benefited from therapeutic treatment with an occupational therapist. We worked on sensory intergration and tried to provide them with ways to overcome their adversion to different textures. I wish I had know about SmartKnitKIDS socks then, I bet they'd have helped us get a lot more learning time in!SmartKnitKIDS socks are 100% truly seamless; they have “No Seams to Bug Ya!” A truly seam free socks is great for kids with Sensory Processing Disorder, Autism, or for those who simply cannot stand annoying sock seams. You also don't have to worry about that sometimes annoying tight elastic bands at the top of the sock that can pinch or feel binding. SmartKnitKIDS socks have a non-binding Halo Top™ that fits comfortably without slipping down the leg.Even though, thankfully, we don't have to worry about sensory issues with ER. I still found several reasons to be a fan of SmartKnitKIDS socks. Besides being completely seamless, they have no heel. Making them perfect for little ones like ER, who are learning how to dress themselves. The socks go on easily and any way she pulls them up, they're on "right". She's so proud of herself when she doesn't need me to check her afterward.


No heel also means that she won't grow out of them as fast. I also liked how they came up high on her leg and stayed put. I know her ankles are being kept warm when she runs and climbs outside on the playground at preschool. Plus these are not flimsy socks, they are quite plush and thick feeling.
They are also form-fitting, meaning no wrinkles or bunches to worry about. Their form-fitting design makes SmartKnitKIDS perfect for infant socks. No matter how much your little one may wiggle, the socks don’t come off. You won't have to worry that one might fall off during the cold winter, that quickly approaching for most of us.

SmartKnitKIDS socks come in several colors: white, black, pink, purple, and navy for infants up to kids. They are currently on sale for $6.26 a pair. A few pairs of these tied up with ribbon would make great stocking stuffers!
Giveaway!
Win 3 pairs of socks from SmartKnitKIDS and keep your kid's toesies and ankles all warm and toasty this winter!

Enter:
Tell me which size and colors you'd pick if you won 3 pairs of socks from SmartKnitKIDS.

Additional Entries: {Leave a seperate comment for each extra entry}
Giveaway open through December 9th midnight EST to US and Canadian residents. Good Luck!

Disclaimer: Thank you to SmartKnitKIDS for providing the review and giveaway products, this post relates my unbiased and personal opinions and experience with them. Yours may differ.

53 Friends Said:

Annette said...

Though we have sensory issues, it's more with food, and not with clothes. However, Meghan does NEED to have her socks perfectly lined, so I think these would be great!

We'd like the toddler large (8-12).

Thanks! Happy Thanksgiving!

Annette said...

OOPS. That's Toddler medium, 8-12.

Amanda said...

Pink for us of course! Madison is such a girly girl! I like the crew style in a toddler size 9.

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I follow you on twitter too!

MaryAnne said...

Emma has sensory issues, and seamless socks would definitely cute some of the drama out of getting dressed in the morning!

I would choose the white ankle-height socks in medium.

Infant Bibliophile said...

I'd get the XL crew sock in black, white or navy for the son of a good friend who is autistic. I'm going to be buying these to go with his christmas gift now, so you gained a customer. :)

Infant Bibliophile said...

I follow Smartknitkids.

MaryAnne said...

I follow you publicly

MaryAnne said...

I entered their holiday contest

MaryAnne said...

and I'm following SmartKnitKids on twitter (@mamasmiles)

Hartley said...

All of my boys have sensory issues, but my oldest has Sensory Processing Disorder.

These socks look great for him--and all kids like him.

Being boys, I would choose White (2) and Black (1) which would be especially great for the dressy-holiday season that is coming--dress socks are the worst!

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Anonymous said...

These look like a great product! If we won, I'd choose White, black and pink medium sized crew socks. Thanks for the chance to win.
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Joannof10 said...

I would choose navy in size xx-large

Joannof10 said...

I follow your blog :-)

Joannof10 said...

I subscribe via e-mail

Joannof10 said...

I am now a fan of SmartKnitKids on facebook

jillykat07 said...

Oh, kelsey is obsessed with having her socks perfect!
I'd pick the toddler 4 - 8 shoe size - large -> she loves the knee highs!
We would pick white, black, & pink!

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I entered the Bugley Holiday contest twice!!!

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Surge said...

i'd get crew small for 1-4 toddlers in black, white and white


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wigget said...

i'd want the x-large white crew socks

Jane Jeffress Thomas said...

Toddler medium in pink. Following you on Google.

brandon and jakell said...

XXL pink, purple and white. such a great idea for picky kids :) cute cute!

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Clemencia said...

Pink, purple and white are my daughter's favorite colors, and she is size 12 shoes, thanks for the giveaway :)

Clemencia said...

I am a subscriber via e-mail, thanks for letting me know how to do this :)

Desiree said...

I'd want the medium crew in black, pink, and white

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I entered Bugsley's Holiday Contest

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Tami said...

white, pink, navy please :) girls size 2-5

Niecey said...

I'd go for pink crew -large

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I entered bugsy's holiday contest

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Niecey said...

I'm a fan of smartknit kids on facebook

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KC said...

I like pink, white and black ankle socks in Toddler Medium.
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Corrie said...

I would choose the Medium crew socks in black, white & navy.

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LaFonya Lewis said...

The white, black and navy 8-12 toddler crew, so my son can stop wearing mine. LOL

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