FamousFootwear.com asked: Why did you choose this?
- Carolyn: "Needed brown boots for my little girls and they love them."
- barbara: "Gift"
- Deborah: "Price and the style my daughters' wanted. Great boot for the money! My daughters are still wearing these a year later. Just ordered another pair of Zodiacs in different style."
- Heather: "My daughter's really liked them in the store and they also look like they could go with anything...dress up or down. They wear uniforms to school and can wear neutral colored boots so these would be cute with a uniform skirt."
- Alicia: ""My name is Alicia, I have small enough foot to wear kids shoes, had to have these. ""
- Lynne: "We had purchased these before, however the zipper broke. My daughter really loved these so we are buying another pair. Hopefully these will be problem free."
- Y: "I knew my granddaughter would love them and she does."
Tosha asked: Im not sure the difference between pre school and grade school size? My daughter is in 2nd grade and wears a 2 1/2 she is not in toddlers so what size should I be looking at?
- LeAnn: "So if my 3rd grade daughter normally wears a size 2, I can order the Preschool size 2.0?"
- Brittany (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, FamousFootwear.com"
Dennis asked: Are these winter boots?
- Jackie: "These are not winter boots. They are ok for wearing everyday, but not outside in the snow. When it's really cold out (less than 30 degrees) my kids wear thick socks to keep their feet warm when they are outside."
- Edith: "yes, it's a winter boot."
- Kelly: "They are warm enough for winter certainly, but I would not use them as snow boots."
- Caroline: "I would have to say no- they aren't leather and are "lined" with just the bonded synthetic material not fleece or an extra layer. If you live where it just gets cool in winter (not below freezing e.g. Texas, Florida) and not wet, they may be ok. Anywhere with snow or slush would not be good. Also, they fit wide- if your child has a wide foot or can wear a really thick sock that would be best to consider."
- Caroline: "I would have to say no- they aren't leather and are "lined" with just the bonded synthetic material not fleece or an extra layer. If you live where it just gets cool in winter (not below freezing like in Texas, Florida) and not wet, they may be ok. Anywhere with snow or slush would not be good. Also, they fit wide- if your child has a wide foot or can wear a really thick sock that would be best to consider."
- gina: "They are not really for the snow or super cold, they are more for dress. They could be worn all year long "
- Saori: "Yes. But not that thick or long. It comes up to right about the middle of calf."
- Kristina: "They are more for looks than warmth"