Nova Mountain Little Kid’s Winter Snow Boots,NF NFWBN12 Fuchsia 1

January 7, 2019 - Comment

Little Kid’s Winter Snow Boots. Give the cold winter a warm feeling! Product Features Heavy duty and all weather protection Temperature rating: -25°F/-32°C Waterproof synthetic and facbric upper Light weight for easy walking. (Toddler Size 8 is measured at 1.3LBs) Adjustable string for easy on/off

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(as of May 24, 2019 11:57 pm BST - Details)

Little Kid’s Winter Snow Boots. Give the cold winter a warm feeling!

Product Features

  • Heavy duty and all weather protection
  • Temperature rating: -25°F/-32°C
  • Waterproof synthetic and facbric upper
  • Light weight for easy walking. (Toddler Size 8 is measured at 1.3LBs)
  • Adjustable string for easy on/off

Comments

Anonymous says:

They pair so well with N’Ice caps and they are WARM This is my second year in a row purchasing Nova Mountain boots and N’Ice caps (Also from Amazon- See picture). They look really lovely together.These boots are warm enough for even cold -10 Northern New York winters and easy enough for a 4 year old to put on by themselves.The bottoms are sturdy with only a slight give. The treads are suitable for snow and I’ve included a photo of the amount of wear you can expect after a year of use by a 4 year old.It is nice to find a FUNCTIONAL snow boot intended for a girl- bonus points for it not being a princess glitter mess.I love these boots and hope to be able to continue to pair them with N’Ice caps as my children grow

Anonymous says:

Two thumbs up! As you can see, we tested these out in some pretty serious snow! My son wears a size 13, so that is what I ordered. It had plenty of room for his thick socks without cramping his foot up in the boots. They were so cute and kept his feet warm! Not too heavy either, so he enjoyed running through the snow in them.

Anonymous says:

Great boot for cold weather and fun play in the snow My perspective:The external size is very deceptive compared to the foot. There must be what seem 3/4″ of padding/insulation on all sides which adds to the overall size. Compared to carters boots, these are a few classes higher for actual winter use.They seem well made for winter use and snow and treads are deep enough to prevent snow cakes. The sides are high which keeps most snow out with a suit over it.The sides are flexible and is not stiff so any twisting/slips that will happen in winter would be directly applied to ankle. I’m expecting at least one twisted ankle this season.The insulation is what seems standard despite the bulk, I’d be ok with him being out in 20’s as long as they are moving. The overall construction is of a soft rubber base, harder sole, with textile top — overall for good waterproofing but bad for longevity? Given they will probably only fit for maybe 1 year, it’ll probably survive just fine. Give caution to anything relatively…

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