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Winter boots | warm boots for kids

Warm feet: happy children. Winter boots or winter boots are a must when the temperature outside is low. Not only in winter, but also in autumn or early spring.

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Clothing is not only important to keep children warm. Also don't forget about the little feet of children. You probably know it yourself; if your feet are cold, you are or will become completely cold and you will not get warm for the time being.

winter boots

The winter boots in our range are ideal for colder conditions. Not only in rain, but also in snow. Winter boots are of course waterproof, but they also have a handy profile sole. This gives more grip in wet and slippery conditions. In rain and snow.

Wellies + loose lining

Do you already have rain boots or do you just want boots that can be worn all year round? Then you can choose to purchase regular rain boots and provide them with an extra warm layer. This is possible with boot socks , thermo soles , wool soles or so - called sockets . The possibilities are endless.

Preferably choose rain boots made of a material that can withstand cold temperatures, such as SEBS rain boots or rain boots made of (natural) rubber.

Do not opt for PVC boots, these are very hard in the cold and therefore tear quickly.

Warm feet for the little ones

For the little ones there are so-called footies or rain slippers for children. These rain slippers come in a lined or unlined version and keep your baby's feet not only dry but also nice and warm thanks to a fleece lining.

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