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It's OK to play in the mud.

Before sending junior into the garden to whip up a batch of mud pies, make sure he pulls on the Bogs Boys' Rainboot. The flexible rubber upper provides total wet-weather protection while the Aegis antimicrobial insole keeps foot stink away.

  • Flexible rubber upper provides complete waterproof protection
  • Lightweight design is ideal for wet spring and summer weather
  • Aegis antimicrobial odor protection insole provides cushion, support, and keeps foot stink at bay
  • Integrated pull-handle makes for easy on and off
  • Non-slip rubber outsole provides secure traction

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Fantastic Rain Boot

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times
  • Fit:True to size

My son loves this very comfortable rain boot which works perfectly with the rainy spring days. He also likes the cool patterns on the boots.


Bogs is a family affair!

  • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit:True to size

All three of my littles were in need of new boots, so we turned to Bogs. My kids tear through shoes/boots so we needed something with great quality and reputation. Based on limited use so far, we have been happy. Easy on and off. Light weight yet decent support. Perfect for the puddles or mud. Stylish too. We have solid, stripes , and polka dots. They are on the taller side but we like that since they will also be used at the beach in early spring playing in the tide pools.


aegis antimicrobial in my sons boots..

  • Familiarity:I returned this product before using it
  • Fit:True to size

how about soap and water! Triclosan a common chemical in antimicrobials has been detected in human breast milk and blood samples from the general population (Adolfsson-Erici 2002; TNO 2005), and in the urine of 61 percent of 90 girls ages 6 to 8 tested in a recent study spearheaded by Mount Sinai School of Medicine (Wolff 2007). EWG-led biomonitoring studies have detected triclosan in 17 of 21 people tested (EWG 2007a). Scientists recently found triclosan in 58 percent of 85 streams across the U.S. (Kolpin 2002), the likely result of its presence in discharges of treated wastewater.

Just curious where you saw that Triclosan was used? It says Aegis antimicrobial , which (taken from the website) says It controls microbial growth without the use of heavy metals, silver, triclosan or other leaching/poisonous chemicals.