You know that feeling you get when you go clothing shopping for your boys and you find one small corner of options? Then you realize that small corner of options only has a bunch of cheesy choices? Ya, that’s the feeling — that super frustrating feeling you get because it’s so hard to find awesome clothes for your boys! We (Bryan, Zach, and Melissa) know that feeling all too well. Between the three of our families, we have six boys! Six boys that jump on every piece of furniture they can find, but give the sweetest hugs and cuddles in between.
We also understand the challenges of building a business from nothing, trying to wear all of the hats to grow successfully — from manufacturing to marketing to managing customer orders and so much more.
That’s why we created totBoxx, an online marketplace for boys and the rockstars who raise them.
While totBoxx is for any parent — of boys, girls, or any child who identifies as a boy, we’re aimed specifically at boys, because we can relate to the millions of parents out there on the journey to raise kind, confident, inclusive boys with integrity.
Hip. Modern. Classic. Fun.
Clothing and Essentials
Look, we love Paw Patrol, Daniel Tiger, Ninjago, and so many more of those characters that grab our boys attention, but you can find clothing, linens, and other essentials with those characters on them anywhere. totBoxx was created as an authentic, original, modern boys alternative to the cartoon world. You won’t find cartoons on our clothes and essentials. Your boys have enough character.
Hip, modern, classic and fun toys that inspire learning, creativity, and imagination are our north star. But let’s be real, as long as kids are having fun and being safe, then bring on the cartoon themed toys.
We feature smaller, independent shops run by and handmade by fellow moms and dads. Building a business is hard work. Growing a business is even harder. We get it. We’ve been there. That’s why one of our goals is to help these shops grow and succeed, in as many ways as we can. Our shops are more than just vendors, they’re family.
Lots of love,
Bryan, Zach, and Melissa