Umi Shoes, founded in 2004 by the management of Elefanten USA, is exclusively a children’s footwear company. Umi products are specially designed and developed to meet the unique needs of the growing child’s foot and are manufactured of the finest materials and highest of quality and environmental standards, gaining the approval of parents and Mother Nature alike.
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At Umi, caring for little feet also means caring for the earth—which means we set our standards sky-high. Every shoe we make is tested for safety and durability and meets strict guidelines for child-safe materials. We use only non-toxic drum-dyed leathers and other environmentally friendly components. Protected in recycled packaging, Umi’s a brand sure to please parents and Mother Nature alike.
Each season Umi works hard to bring their unique kids footwear style to a whole new level. You’ll find new outsole treatments, embellishments, and of course their signature use of specialty materials such as iridescent, printed and pebbled leathers.
Beyond creating new styles, Umi takes great care to keep with its brand ethos of providing the ultimate comfort for kids feet. Season after season Umi shoes are handcrafted with the goal of promoting healthy development of children’s feet. This is done by adding special features such as cushy comfort insoles, flexible outsoles, and breathable materials. Umi makes a special effort to keep children’s feet healthy, happy, and moving in the right direction.
Beyond Style and Comfort, Umi works hard to protect the environment by following strict European manufacturing standards and use recycled and recyclable, eco-friendly packaging.
At Umi you’ll always find gorgeous comfortable shoes for baby, girls and boys in a wide variety of styles, colors and unique embellishments that make these kids shoes so popular that your little one will never want to take them off!
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Umi Shoes President Mark Kohlenberg was featured on the TODAY show the donation of 5,000 pairs of shoes to charities.