Our family has been a huge fan of Kidorable for a few years now. Their product line of children’s apparel and accessories is fun and exciting for children of all ages. Unlike myself, my boys get excited when it rains knowing that they can put on their Kidorable Fireman & Dinosaur Rain Coats. Their rain jackets keep them dry and they get compliments every where we go, everyone wants to know what brand they are and where they can purchase them.
We also have a Kidorable towel that the boys are constantly fighting over, it’s been used numerous times a week throughout the past 2 1/2 years, and although it still dries of the boys it is getting small and barely covers either of them, it was the smaller size (up to 2 years). The boys were beyond excited when Kidorable sent them new hooded towels for their birthday, Jacob received the new Space Hero Towel, while Tyler received the Dinosaur Towel.
In 1997, Kidorable sprung from the minds, hearts and efficiency apartment of Liping and Jonathan Domsky. They proclaimed, “The world needs someone to create children’s apparel and accessories that are both functional and fun. We can do that.”
And so Kidorable was conceived. Starting with lions and cats and bears, oh my, manifested as umbrellas and hangers, Kidorable generated enough sales during its first year to break even and plant fruitful Kidorable seeds throughout the land. The following year sales grew ten fold. Every year since, give or take, a new style and/or product line debuted. And every year, the world joyfully embraced more Kidorable delights, give or take, than the year before.
As soon as the boys saw their new towels they wanted to hop in the tub. The soft cotton towels are absorbent and make bath time extra fun. Tyler loves that there are little pockets on the Dinosaurs hands that he can slide in his fingers, transforming his hands into dinosaur legs. After bath time, he gets a hit out of walking around the house growling like dinosaur, with his tail wagging around. The Rocket Ship towel magically makes Jacob super fast as he runs around the house pretending he is jetting off into space.
The hooded towels are more on the pricey side, $38.00 each, but after our experience with a previous Kidorable towel and the boys rain coats I know I can count on Kidorable products to last throughout the years. The kids rain coats are each over two years old, and Tyler’s is Jacob’s hand me down, both raincoats are still in perfect condition despite being worn by two active preschoolers numerous times a month. Their older towel would still be used if it wasn’t for the size (newborn to 2 years), and it will be happily passed on to their younger cousin. I feel confident in the durability of Kidorable products and knowing that they will last a number of years.
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