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Your wild little boy will play outside longer (and burn off all that energy he comes by naturally) when he wears the Sorel Flurry TP Boots, because his feet stay toasty and dry. These winter boots feature Sorel's Thermoplus removable liner that you can easily pull out to dry at the end of your grom's day of kicking around in the snow. Built-in gaiters with locking toggles ensure that knee-deep powder doesn't sneak in at the top of his boots and soak his socks.

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  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:True to size

These boots actually stay on. My son had used them all last winter (it was a weak winter). We never had an issue with them coming off while he was romping around in the yard playing in the snow. Now they are in the closet waiting for lil sis to grow into them.

Two years of play...

    Bought these for my three year old and he was able to get two years out of them. Could play for hours and hours outside with his older siblings and he never complained of discomfort and they always kept his feet warm and dry. They were in very good shape at the end of the two years and got passed down to his cousin. I have bought many boots for little feet and these have probably been the best quality.

    Quality Boot

      Great quality boot for my 4 year old grandson. Sizing chart was accurate...he is using the boot in the cold Montana climate. Insulation and waterproof construction keep his feet warm and dry on the coldest of days. Excellent choice for toddlers.

      Flurry TP Boot is great

        We have just received a pair for our 3 year old. They look better out of the box than on the webpage. Charles is wrapped with his new boots. The delivery to Melbourne Australia was first class. Now, let's find some mud and snow to play in.

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          The boots were purchased for our 6-year old son, and he is really enjoying them in the Colorado cold and snow. One issue was the size -- he normally wears a Boy's size 13 which we originally purchased, but had to return for a size 1 -- and even at a size 1 they still seemed a little snug in the toes when he first tried them on. However, I think the lining has stretched a bit since they were purchased; he swears that his toes do not feel crowded in there as they did when we first got them. (Note: If you pull the lining out of the boot, it looks very narrow, which is probably why we needed to size up in the first place. If your child has a wide foot, you might want to try on the boot in a store first.) Other than the sizing issue, we're very happy with the boot all around. We would definitely recommend them, and I think our son would, too.