At least make him come back inside for lunch.
You might not know it yet, but your little guy has big plans for snow forts, sledding, and snowman building as soon as old man winter comes to town. Strap the Kamik Little Boys' Snowrider Boots on his feet, zip up his jacket, and he'll be ready for hours of snow play. Waterproof uppers and a rubber shell keep the snow and ice out while the Zylex Liner keeps precious body heat in. Plus, he'll be able to put these boots on all by himself thanks to the easy hook-and-loop straps.
- 600 Denier nylon upper provides the waterproof protection necessary for play days in the snow
- 8mm Zylex liners keep little feet toasty warm in winter temperatures
- Moisture wicking linings help feet stay dry and comfortable
- Adjustable hook-and-loop straps provide ease of use and a secure closure
- Padded collar and tongue increase comfort
- Lightweight synthetic rubber shell provides a waterproof barrier between little feet and cold snow
- Snowave synthetic rubber outsoles provide a secure grip on snow and ice
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I bought these for my five year old and purchased a size bigger than his shoe size, and he said they were snug the first time putting them on. But he also had on two pair of socks. I always think boots/shoes have a break-in period so not too surprising there. My little guy played outside two days in a row for hours and hours (in about 15 inches of snow) and the boots were completely dry on the inside, and he said his feet were warm. The construction and stitching appears to be high quality. My only complaint is that the tongue is connected to the boot, so as to not allow any snow in boot, which is great. The problem in this boot is that it's awkward when you go to velcro the boots. Because of the bulk I really had to play with it so that it wasn't so bunched up, it just doesn't lay as nice as most boots do. Hopefully they hold up and he gets two years of play out of them and they can be passed down.
***UPDATE: My son has been breaking these in with all the snow we've gotten, and I'm updating my rating from 4 to 5 stars. The fabric has softened up, so the struggle to velcro them has subsided. Still warm, still dry toes after hours and hours in the snow.