10 Best Young winter boots of 2018

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  • Faux-fur lining
  • Full-length instep zipper
  • 208 grams of insulation rated at -40 degrees Fahrenheit
  • PU backed synthetic textile upper
  • Injection molded waterproof thermal rubber shell
  • 100% Waterproof
  • Contoured EVA foot bed with DuraFresh that fights odors
  • Comfort rated to -22˚F/-30˚C
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  • GREAT FIT: One size. The fit ranges from babies and toddlers...
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  • Tough leather and mesh mix
  • Waterproof, breathable membrane
  • Adjustable hook and loop instep strap
  • 208 grams of insulation rated at -40 degrees Fahrenheit
  • PU backed synthetic textile upper
  • Injection molded waterproof thermal rubber shell
  • Waterproof and ready for snow
  • Synthetic nubuck upper with 200 gram insulation for...
  • Faux shearling liner around collar

Young winter boots guide

Boys Winter Boots – For a lot of outdoor fun

Whether at school on the playground or in the playground – even in winter, boys are on the move all day long and constantly active. When romping, running and jumping the body is already exposed to high demands anyway. In addition, boys are still in the growth phase, so that in addition to pay attention to a proper load on the feet. Therefore, one should choose the winter boots for a boy wisely. Winter boots should fulfill the same characteristics as all good children’s shoes. They must provide a stable footing and ensure that the foot rolls well. In addition, the shoes should of course be as easy to care and robust. Especially for winter boots are still some more features important. Because the boots are only worn in the cold winter months, they need to be more protective and robust than traditional boys loafers. A well-profiled sole provides a firm footing even on a smooth surface. A raised shaft prevents snow or moisture from entering the shoe. In addition, make sure that the boots are not only waterproof, but also breathable, so that the feet are always well ventilated.

Kinds of boys winter boots

Winter boots for boys are available in different variants. Leather boots are the classic, because they are extremely durable and have a pleasing look. Since the boots are made of a natural material, leather boots also have a good indoor climate. Most leather boots for boys now have a so-called TEX membrane, which makes the shoes completely waterproof. But not only leather boots can be equipped with TEX membrane, but also boots made of nylon or other robust textile materials. The big advantage of TEX Membrane is that the boot inside always stays nice and dry. Cold feet are thus prevented. Snow boots are especially designed for extreme temperatures and snow. Snow boots are a bit heavier than leather boots. But since they are very warm and comfortable to wear, they are especially popular with boys. Wellington boots are also available in the winter version. Made of cold-resistant and insulating thermal material and equipped with a warm lining and a thermal insole, winter rubber boots are ideal for the cool season. However, winter rubber boots are no substitute for conventional winter boots for boys. Rather, they are intended for the rainy, rather mild days in the winter and autumn months.

Maintain winter boots for boys properly

The new winter boots last particularly long if they are well maintained. This can easily be done with some measures. So the boots should be impregnated already before the first wearing. When the boots are impregnated, moisture, grease and dirt will roll off the shoe surface. This will not only prevent the penetration of moisture, but also the formation of stains. When first impregnating the boots should be three times with a impregnation spraybe sprayed. There should be a period of about 30 minutes between each spray so that the impregnation can dry well. During the winter, the boots should be re-impregnated at regular intervals. This ensures optimal protection against dirt and moisture. Especially with winter boots made of leather, there is always the danger that they quickly wore off at the heels and toe. In such cases, one helps shoe polish, which is left to dry after application and then polished with a soft cloth.

*Last update on 2018-07-31 / Affiliate links(we get a commission when you buy on amazon) / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API