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CoolCanucks Blog Contest – Soft® Sensory Friendly Children’s Clothing Review & Giveaway!!CLOSED

Friday, November 5th, 2010

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Soft® is the first line of inclu­sive cloth­ing designed with the needs of all chil­dren in mind, includ­ing those with Autism, Sen­sory Pro­cess­ing Dis­or­der, ADHD, and tac­tile defen­sive­ness. We use flat seam­ing and seam­less con­struc­tion for extra com­fort, 100% of the soft­est combed cot­ton and our spe­cially devel­oped Soft Sen­sory Blends, wide col­lars, encased elas­tic waist­bands, printed labels (tag­less), cus­tom fits, and much more.”

The line, cre­ated by a special-education teacher and the aunt of a child with autism, cur­rently includes soft tops, soft bot­toms, soft dressy, and school cloth­ing, with seam­less socks com­ing in April. If you’re hunt­ing for out­fits that won’t make your child all jit­tery — or just want some sweet and mod­est kidswear, some­thing it’s not so very easy to find these days — take a look.’



Soft® was founded in Feb­ru­ary 2007. We then began a two year mar­ket research process and one year sam­ple devel­op­ment and test­ing phase, and finally launched our first col­lec­tion in Win­ter 2009/10! We are a research dri­ven com­pany, there­fore we con­tinue to test sam­ples on chil­dren with a vari­ety of sen­sory needs and a range of tac­tile sensitivity–to ensure that the cloth­ing we man­u­fac­ture will elim­i­nate the most com­mon com­plaints we hear from par­ents and chil­dren. No more morn­ing melt­downs, no more spend­ing hun­dreds on clothes your chil­dren refuse to wear.


More than 1 in 150 chil­dren have sen­sory needs that are largely unmet by the children’s apparel mar­ket today. Soft® is about to rev­o­lu­tion­ize children’s apparel. We are the first inclu­sive and uni­ver­sally designed line of cloth­ing geared toward chil­dren with sen­sory or tac­tile sen­si­tiv­ity, a com­mon symp­tom of Autism, Asperg­ers, and Sen­sory Pro­cess­ing Dis­or­der. Soft is designed and con­structed con­sid­er­ing the needs of all chil­dren, par­tic­u­larly, sen­sory sen­si­tive dressers. Flat seam­ing totally seam­less con­struc­tion through­out (for extra comfort)

Soft® Cloth­ing features:


  • Soft high qual­ity cot­ton (combed, bio-washed and pre-washed for extra soft and smoothness)
  • Wide col­lars (for a roomy fit)
  • Encased elas­tic (waist­bands that don’t pinch)
  • Printed labels through­out — printed with water based ink (for a smooth non-plasticy feel that won’t itch)
  • Veg­etable dyes, nat­ural enzyme washes, and water based dig­i­tal prints (to pro­tect against allergies)”

I was sent a really styl­ish girl’s Sen­sory Friendly Tee is the colour fuschia and it is so soft and won­der­ful! Haley just loves it and wears it a lot!

I give this great com­pany a huge thumbs up, and totally rec­om­mend Soft® Sen­sory Friendly Children’s Cloth­ing to everyone!!


The very kind and gen­er­ous folks over at Soft® have gra­ciously offered to give one very lucky Cool­Canucks reader the chance to win one of their fab­u­lous children’s shirts as well! SWEET!!!!!


To Enter:

Manda­tory Entry – ***This is a MUST!! Those who don’t ful­fill the very first entry will be dis­qual­i­fied! Also, any com­ments such as ‘enter me’ or ‘love to win’ will be deleted.***


1) Head on over to Soft® and tell me what you love most from all of their fan­tas­tic cloth­ing!


————->The Above is MANDATORY before any extra entries count. <—————


*****EXTRA ENTRIES: (Optional, these are there for you just in case you would like more chances of win­ning!!)********** Leave com­ments all in one com­ment box, or in sep­a­rate boxes, that is totally up to you! Note: All entries left in one box only counts as one entry so your choice!****************


SUBSCRIBE to Cool­Canucks Blog (right hand-side of blog) via email. (You must ver­ify the sub­scrip­tion in your email too, as I will check! Not ver­i­fied = dis­qual­i­fi­ca­tion, sorry!) Leave me which email addy you sub­scribed with in your com­ment please.


Fol­low Cool­Canucks Via Google Friend Con­nect – this is also on the right hand side of my blog.


Fol­low @coolcanucks on Twit­ter! Leave me your twit­ter name!


Tweet this con­test! Leave me the Sta­tus Link to your tweet! *NOW UNLIMITED TWEETS DAILY!!* and leave a com­ment each time with the Tweet Sta­tus Link*

(Please note, there is a NEW Retweet but­ton added below this post – you may also use that for a quick and easy tweet – be sure to leave me the sta­tus link though!)


NEW!! Become a Fan of Cool­Canucks on our Face­book Page! 2 entries, leave 2 com­ments! Leave me your FB name please!


Become a fan of Soft® on Face­book and leave them a com­ment on their wall that you came from CoolCanucks!!


Become a Reg­is­tered Cool­Canucks Mem­ber in our forum and leave me your user­name there!


Blog, Stum­ble, Digg or share this give­away on any open pub­lic forum and leave me the link to it! +5, leave 5 comments


Grab our Cool­Canucks but­ton located to the right of the blog. +5, leave 5 comments

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Pur­chase any­thing from Soft® for the dura­tion of the give­away and get 10 extra entries!! Just tell me in a comment!


**Give­away open to US & Canada and expires on Decem­ber 6th, 2010**


A HUGE thank you to Soft® for spon­sor­ing us with this GREAT Con­test here at CoolCanucks!!

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  1. EDIT COMMENTAmy Brown
    Novem­ber 29th, 2010 at 12:10 pm

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