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Style # 00385
Unlisted Kids' Go Next Boot

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Unlisted Kids' Go Next

currently out of stock

She will be an up-and-coming fashionista in the Go Next boots by Unlisted.

  • Patent upper in a dress mid-calf boot style with a round toe
  • Rear zip closure
  • Textile lining, cushioning footbed
  • Decorative stitching accents
  • Traction outsole


Ask a Question asked: Why did you choose this?

  • Catherine: "My daughter loved these stylish boots!"
  • L: "for daughter"
  • I: "gift for my niece"
  • BONNIE: "Granddaughter chose them for herself."
  • Gary: "simple just like my grand daughter wants"
  • Mary Ann: "already has, nice boots"
  • Susan: "Bought these last year and loved them!"
  • Karen: "Halloween Costume"
  • stacy: "to go with a halloween costume and another themed costumed."
  • Doreen: "Adorable! My 11 year old daughter saw them and picked them over the ones with a little bit of heel, I was shocked! :-)"
  • Caren: "Size worked and adorable !!!"
  • candace: "daughter needed black boots"
  • Elizabeth: "Granddaughter picked them.."
  • Lauren: "stylish and good price for the brand"
  • S: "style"
  • Amy: "My daughter will like the shiny look!"
  • Sladana: "Need for school. Dont expect them to survive season but that's ok. Just for those cold no snow days"
  • Evangeline: "based on nice review"
  • Marlene: "I like the versatility that this boot will offer my daughter."
  • Alethea: "Looking for a water proof boot for fall"
  • Kelly: "to wear this fall"
  • Rebecca: "Style"
  • Lori: "To go with my daughters leggings and jeggings."
  • Anastasia: "Price"
  • E: "Cute, shiny dress boots"
  • Yamilet: "I choose these boats for my daughter because of the reviews and they looked stylish."
  • Kellie: "My daughter had them last year and loved them. So glad they are available again for this year!"
  • Anita: "cute"
  • Andralyn: "Very Versatile."
  • Josh: "good for a casual wear"
  • Rachel: "My daughter will love them!"
  • Tiffani: "Needed a dressy boot with flat sole for my 5 yo girl."
  • V: "These will look great with all the jeggings that my 8-yr old daughter likes to wear all winter long."
  • April: "Recommended by friend"
  • Alyssa: "The reviews looked good, so we're giving them a try"
  • Mia: "Daughter's choice 'They are shiny'"
  • modupe: "unique and simple"
  • Michelle: "we love these boots!"
  • Laurel: "need a bigger size, already have them and love them"
  • Gennifer: "Christmas Wish list item"
  • Danine: "Dressy and Casual"
  • Linda: "Great boot"
  • Maria: "My daughter wanted these for her birthday."

Hilary asked: My daughter has skinny calves. Will these fit? Thanks!

  • Colleena: "Hi Hilary! Yes, they will. My daughter is really skinny too, small legs in general. :O)"
  • Jasmine: "These shoes will certainly fit with lots of room for her. My daughter has thick calves and there is still room around them."
  • Julie: "My daughter has these, and she is a very average built girl. She swims and does gymnastics, and both coaches have told me she has strong legs...her calves are not huge, though. These fit her perfectly. If your daughter is below average in the calves, she might knock around a bit in these."
  • Vira: "My twin granddaughters are also slender....loved these boots and wore them everywhere."
  • Cynthia: "I think so, my daughter also has skinny calves and they fit her fine."
  • Gennifer: "Maybe not... My daughter also has small legs and it did give a little room in the calf area, but she tucked her pants into the boots. Not sure if that style is still the fashion trend. Good Luck!"
  • Tammy: "Yes. My daughter does as well. There will be a little space between the calves and boots but it's not bad and my daughter loves the boots. "
  • C: "Yes- I loved the boots- my daughter wore them to death- cute with leggings but also to dress up!"
  • Linda: "Yes they will fit her. They are very tight fitting boots and they work well with thing legs and calves, my daughter has the same."
  • Ann: "Yes"
  • Malke: "I got these for my 8 year old with bone thin calves...she looks pretty good in them. Not too wide at all"

Theresa asked: the 2 med says preschool, my daughter is in 3rd grade does this have a different measuring system?

  • Lisa: "My twin girls are both 3rd graders and I buy them the grade school sizes. You may want to take her inside the store and have her measured because that sounds very small for a 3rd grader. I purchased them for Christmas and we've gotten so many compliments on them. And they look so much better in person. Simply beautiful. Hope this helps."
  • Megan: "No, it fits like all other shoes... and looks great. My daughter loves it. She's in preschool, and wears a 12."
  • Mary: "No, my daughter is in first grade but tall for her age. Just go by her regular foot measurement."
  • Linda: "No absolutely not - my daughter measures about a 12.5 and I got her a 13 and they are fine. I don't think the "Pre-school" means anything. Lots of compliments on them."
  • modupe: "well, my daughter is 2yrs and 6mths she wears size 12 because her leg is long. it all depends on how big her leg is."
  • Julie: "Hi Theresa, I found this confusing as well. FF needs to change the sizes listed online. Your instinct is correct -- I bought the 2 medium for my daughter who is in second grade (but tall for her age) and they fit her. These boots are NOT for pre-school children; they are for grade school (elementary school) aged girls. I hope this is helpful. P.S. My daughter loves these boots!"
  • Kelly: "My daughter is in 5 th grade and wears this size 2 perfectly (she is small for her age)"
  • Malke: "it's a mistake...I ordered the same size for my tall 2nd grade daughter and it was the correct size...they should re-name it"
  • Emily (staff): "Sorry for the confusion. We realize many children do not follow the exact pattern we define in the sizing chart as pre-school vs grade-school. Do not worry about ordering the wrong size because there is no overlap in sizing between pre-school and grade-school. Just make sure not to order an infant or toddler shoe though, as they do come in the same numerical size, but are significantly smaller. Here is the breakdown: Infant: sizes 0 - 4 Toddler: sizes 4½ - 10 Pre School: sizes 10½ - 3 Grade School: sizes 3½ - 7 Thank you for pointing out the confusion, we are working to figure out a clearer way to message kids sizing to customers in the future and appreciate the feedback. Thank you,"