Kids Fashion EtniesChildren are happy and sadly, as often as worrying. Perhaps in making clothes - and that's where we have branded baby clothes. The situation may vary. Either our little boy is in the mood or does not leave the store without the bribe you need to buy his attention. Or she is just the age when she no longer feels like a child, but as a young lady or a young man who has his head and everything must be his. By buying any banality you need for your offspring, it is very easy for you, your parents, to become a nightmare. Is it so with you? Are you experiencing this exactly with your spikes regularly for half a year? Maybe it's high time to tell you that it's totally unnecessary, at least what the clothes are about. If you have any such lady or kid at home, you can dress them with us. With no nerves and no quarreling, you will save time. Finally, your clothes can be chosen by your honorable descendant. You only endorse the purchase. And it pays off both sides.
Etnies was founded in 1986 as the first skateboarder owned and operated company to produce Etnies shoes and clothing. Etnies shoes were focused on action sports. The Etnies brand was not only a company that made the first for skate shoes, but was a pioneer of new technology and forever changed the skateboard industry. Today's vision of Etnies, led by Pierre Andre Seinzergues, is to remain the best action sports company to create innovative products that offer style, comfort and maximum protection. The Etnies brand follows its roots by sponsoring the best athletes in the field of skateboarding, surfing, snowboarding, motocross and BMX. Etnies Shoes Shoot Skating Stars, such as Ryan Sheckler, Nick Garcia, Jose Rojo, BMX Aaron Ross, Nathan Williams, Motocross Riders Todd Potter, Chad Reed, Mason Ho Surfers, Benji Weatherly, Snowboarders JP Walker, Danny Larsen and Steve Gruber. In addition to Etnies shoes, the brand features stylish youth clothes such as Etnies T-shirt, Etnies sweatshirt, Etnies pants and shorts, Etnies caps, as well as accessories like tapes, wallets, or Etnies backpacks.