The 5 Best No-Tie Sneakers for KIDS

As a sneaker dad, my son had over 40 pairs before he was born, I quickly learned that he didnt want to wear Jordan Retros, and we had to tie the sneakers every 5 minutes when we worn shoes. So from 7 years of experience, here are our favorite No – Tie sneaker options for kids.

I broke this list down by toddler 2C-10C and big kids 10.5c to 3Y Also if you want to buy any of these pairs I mention, check the links in description to cop! Also note, if some sizes are on SALE, you can always think ahead and buy future sizes for the kids for when they can grow into them.

For Ages 1-4

Nike Revolution 6 $65

pros – Easy On, no laces, velcro strap for lockdown. Active kids can get moving in these easy. Breathable, socks were always optional for us.

cons – durability

Nike Air Max 270 GO $80 – $110

stylish, and flyease style heel for drop in quick easy access.

cons – $80 price point for 2C-10C is pricy. $110 for


Nike Dynamo Go $60 – $70 here

pro – Easy to get on, makes the little ones proud of themselves as they can lock in and get running fast! plastic overlays are nice for added durablility. great colorways.

cons – traction


Crocs Clogs $35-$65

pros – All ages these work well, no socks needed, and convertable into sport mode

cons – Not breathable, not best grip for activity

For Kindergarden to 2nd Grade or so:


Buy $70 Laceless New Balance DynaSoft Reveal v4 BOA

pros – Excellent for kids that want something flashy and different, but easy to get on with BOA lock in system and quick release.

cons – pricepoint, durability


Nike Go Flyease $125

pros – Only available for size 3 and larger, perfect for kids that cannot tie and a fun convertable sneaker.

cons – durability to mesh was not very good.