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Style # 13713
Bogs Kids' Classic High Waterproof Boot Toddler/Pre/Grade School

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Bogs Kids' Classic High Waterproof Boot Toddler/Pre/Grade School

$78.99   price may vary based on color
He'll be ready for an outdoor adventure in the Classic High boots from Bogs.
  • Rubber upper in a waterproof boot style with a round toe
  • Mossy oak printed pattern adds interest
  • Textile lining, cushioning insole
  • Aegis(R) anti-microbial treatment
  • Non-marking, rubber traction outsole

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FamousFootwear.com asked: Why did you choose this?

  • Beth: "Bogs were specifically requested from my 5th grader cause he said they are the best!!"
  • Bethany: "My two year old liked them! His older brother has a pair."
  • rebekah: "The temperature rating, camo and other reviews"
  • Sandra: "Good Reviews"
  • Sonya: "Love Bogs and so does my son!"
  • Jeff: "For my son to use during this years deer season."
  • barbara: "chose in past and grandson loved them so want next size for next year"
  • Kris: "Because my boy likes everything real tree."
  • Latresha: "Next best thing to Timberlands, who seem to be having problems ordering certain sizes."
  • Crystal: "These boots will keep your child's feet dry and warm. This will be my sons third pair of these boots. He wears them hunting with his dad."
  • Katie: "bogs are the best!"
  • Pete: "looks like good quality boots"
  • Rachel: "My son loves Camo and these are good for cold weather as well as rain!"
  • J: "My son gets a pair every year for Christmas. He wears them constantly."
  • Sandra: "They are awesome!"
  • Mylinda: "My son loves these shoes!!! Great boots!!"

cassidy asked: are this insolated like the other bogs so they can beworn in the snow when it is below zero??

  • Elizabeth: "yes! they are perfect for cold snowy days. they are not quite as easy to put on as the other BOGS because they don't have the handles, but my son loved them and they kept him very warm."
  • Barbara: "I should also add that my son tried wearing the bogs in September but they made his feet to sweaty - they are meant more for winter snow and spring thaw when its muddy but still cold. I wouldn't recommend them for summer mud."
  • Barbara: "They are well insulated like the other bogs and have a small tag on the heel that says "-30 degrees". They can definitely be worn outside in the snow. I live in Ottawa and will be testing their warmth walking on the ice of the Rideau Canal this winter."
  • Danielle: "The tag (& Bog website) say they are good for -30°F."