Back-to-school time can wreak havoc on your wallet, especially if you have more than one child. Fortunately, it doesn’t have to thanks to Sport Chek!
I’ll be honest here, I don’t purchase my kids a brand new wardrobe for back-to-school. If I did this, I would be spending over $1000 on clothing for 3 of my children that are in school (soon 4). But, I do get them a few pieces that they need.
A few weeks before school starts, I go through every single piece of clothing my kids own. I do this often, but I am more thorough this time of year. We assess every single piece -What they have outgrown, what is stained, what they only wore a handful of times, etc… I donate what is still in good condition and make a list of what I need to purchase.
My daughter loves bold bright colours (think neon green and pink) and wears these almost every day and mixes up colours to suit her mood – for this reason, I love that Sport Chek lets me shop for single pieces of the latest styles, instead of full outfits that my kids can mix-and-match together.
Check out the latest styles from Sport Chek that are perfect for back-to-school!
For the Young Girls – (Preschool to Grade School)
The Under Armour Girls’ 4-6X I Run This Show Short Sleeve T Shirt has a UA Tech fabric that is quick-drying, ultra-soft & has a more natural feel.
Sport Chek is proud to offer the Bleach Blue Gravity Girls’ Skinny Jean. This denim is soft, fitted and stretchy and features a snap button centre front with a zipper fly and interior waist adjustment for that perfect comfortable fit.
A casual look with a feminine edge, this junior girls’ t-shirt is cut for a slim fit with roll-up batwing sleeves. The soft cotton tee showcases a glossy adidas Badge of Sport across the chest.
Have your little one looking Old School cool in the adidas Kids’ Superstar Foundation Grade School Casual Shoes – White/Black, a grade school kids’ sized version of the legendary basketball shoe from the 1970s. Full-grain leather uppers provide flexibility and a luxurious fit, while a rubber shell toe limits wear for lasting durability.
Delivering lightweight warmth in a versatile, pullover design, Girls’ Nike Therma Training Hoodie is made with brushed, fleece-constructed yarns for an exceptionally soft, comfortable feel.
The Under Armour Girls’ Track Jacket has a smooth tricot knit fabric that is tough, with a soft, brushed interior to trap warmth.
Girls’ Nike Sportswear Tights are made with a blend of cotton jersey and spandex, adding stretch to the naturally soft, comfortable feel.
For the young boys – (Preschool to Grade School)
The official Tiro Pant is classic piece of the wardrobe, whether it’s for warming up before the big game or to add the 3-Stripes to you your street style
Sport Chek is proud to offer the Navy Gravity Boys’ Relaxed Fit Jean. This denim is soft, fitted and stretchy and feature a snap button center front with a zipper fly and interior waist adjustment for that perfect comfortable fit.
He can head from class to practice feeling his best in the Under Armour Boys’ Hybrid 2.0 Tech Top. Advanced UA Tech™ fabric puts softness against his skin with a feel similar to cotton but effectively manages moisture and controls odours to keep him fresh and dry.
Under Armour Boys’ Blitzing II Stretch Fit Hat
From fast breaks to lockdown defense, Boys’ Nike Team Hustle Quick (GS) Basketball Shoe performs on the court. Its supportive, low-top design balances containment and mobility, while its lightweight midsole provides flexible cushioning.
Providing lightweight warmth for everyday workouts, Boys’ Nike Therma Training Hoodie is made with fleece-constructed yarns that are brushed on the interior for a soft, comfortable feel.
The Under Armour Boys’ 4-7 Anatomic Big Logo Short Sleeve T Shirt has a UA Tech fabric that is quick-drying, ultra-soft & has a more natural feel.
Make sure you purchase durable clothing in that is easily washable, and a comfortable fabric – You don’t want your child to be uncomfortable all day, which will impact their learning.
What are your go-to items from Sport Chek for Back-to-school?