Our Latest Kids Partner

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The Cross Trainer Brand is expanding their brand identity by opening an exclusive kids concept store. This store will cater to the quirky millennial kid’s needs (4- 17 years old). They are more empowered than previous generations and believe in authenticity.

The culture of these millennial kids is “SHOP NOW” They have access to international brands and fashion and believe that they should be able to have anything they see available to them. 90% of these millennials “shop” online before going into store to purchase items – they use online as direction as to what they will purchase Over and above millennial kids, they have found a greater need for smaller sizes for South African women.

There is a demand from women for the same high fashion sneakers, but in smaller sizes such as Grade School sizes. This gives a broader platform in the X-Kids Store, as not only will the moms buy the kids sneakers but will now also add sneakers for themselves to the basket.

What makes X-Kids different in the market? Over and above the most wanted brands on the market being available in store, the sleek modern design appeals to the savvy millennial market who now have access globally online. They no longer want a small dark corner in the back of the store, but want a place where they can shop in style – that is tailor made to their every changing sense of style. Their stores are built to accommodate kids – the counters are specifically designed to be lower. Hence the kids can now take charge of the transaction and not have to appear to be “small” as the counters are designed to “fit” them.

The in store BDU’s and displays again are custom designed to “fit” the younger generation – so the apparel is displayed at their level. The in-store graphics are cool and current – so they are relevant to the market shopping in store. It’s all about them and X Kids strives to make sure they feel this when they walk in and shop in store.


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