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Winter's a-comin.'

Gear junior up for winter with the KEEN Little Kids' Kalamazoo Mid WP Boot. Whenever the snow flies, your little monster's eyes get wide with the anticipation of building forts, going sledding, and throwing snowballs.
  • Leather and synthetic blend upper is tough, durable, and features a water-resistant coating to shed snow, rain, and mud
  • Keen.Dry waterproof breathable membrane prevents rain, mud, or snow from sneaking in while still allowing moisture to escape from within
  • Keen.Warm insulation traps holds body warmth next to the skin to create a barrier between toes and the cold outside air
  • Dual hook-and-loop closure straps make it easy to take on and off as well as adjust
  • Non-marking rubber outsole provides steady traction on a variety of surfaces and features snow-grabbing lugs to help your little monster maintain traction

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  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I bought these shoes about three months ago and my son loves his Keen, sometimes he prefers to wear them in the morning instead of his sleepers.
The things I liked about them: they look pretty cool, I don't think they wore out on the outside at all ,and fit my son's feet pretty well.
The things I didn't like so much: after about three weeks they wore out on the inside top part and I don't think they're completely waterproof, my son's big toe sometimes will be wet after walking in snow from school (yes, just the big toe).