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Penny 3 Boot - Little Kids'

2 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Current price: $44.97 Original price: $74.95
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Why We Like The Kamik Penny 3 Boot

From snowman building to sled-hill trekking, the Kamik Penny 3 Boot keeps our little's toes toasty with synthetic fill holding in warmth, a fleecy lining wicking away moisture, and an impermeable build stopping snow and slush from seeping in. With a slip-on design and an easy-grab collar cinch and ankle strap, this pair is easy for our little to get on and off on their own.


  • Insulated snow boot keeps little feet warm in -40°F weather
  • Waterproof nylon and rubber upper keeps the wet out
  • Faux-fur collar cinches tight to keep snow out
  • Hook-and-loop ankle strap provides a secure fit
  • Foam insulation traps heat even in wet conditions
  • Fleece lining boosts warmth and moisture management
  • Rubber sole delivers hardwearing, cold-weather traction
  • Multi-directional lugs offer grip on wintry terrain
  • Item #KKMU157
Upper Material
[shaft] nylon, [vamp] rubber
Temperature Rating
slip-on, midfoot hook-and-loop strap, top drawcord
ICEWAVE (rubber)
Shaft Height
Claimed Weight
[pair] 1lb 8.8oz
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Overall Rating

2 based on 1 ratings

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2 out of 5 stars

October 29, 2023

Really warm but hard to get on

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I bought these because they looked super warm and would keep the snow out of my toddlers boots, which is all true, but they were really hard to get on. As a three-year-old in preschool, she needs to be able to do so independently and there would be no way so switched them out for ones that are easier to get on and off.

Tina O