children uggs 10 best snow boots for kids
With the colder months setting in and potential Christmas getaways just around the corner, you may want to start considering what footwear your little ones will need when skipping, splashing and sloshing their way through the rain and snow.
When it comes to finding the perfect snow boot, you should look for quality waterproof materials, good insulation and a decent grip to ensure that no accidents occur.
If money is no object, Stella McCartney proves that style and practicality can go hand in hand with these camo patterned boots. With a clever elasticated top to stop rain and snow getting in, you can be certain that your little one’s feet will be kept warm and dry throughout the day. As always with Stella McCartney, they have good eco friendly credentials and if you want to go all out, there is a matching ski suit. Console yourself over the price with the fact that snowboots work well as hand me downs.
Ralph Lauren might not be known for its outdoor gear but we were impressed with the functionality of these boots. The front zip makes them extra easy for little ones to take on and off, there’s a cosy fleece lining and the soles are grippy while the rubber uppers keep feet dry. They come in a big size range catering for toddlers to teenagers, and kids can choose from four colours, including bright pink and red. They also come branded with the brand’s logo, which tweens and teens may be bigger fans of than their parents.
For the best all rounder, we’d have to say the good value, super practical Hi Tec boots. For younger children, we’d recommend JoJo Maman Bb and for older, we’d suggest investing in the Jack Wolfskin boots. For the best looking snow boot, we’d say that Muddy Puddles tops the chartwith its Snowdrifts.
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