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Style #1516811

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Small feet demand big heat. This waterproof, insulated winter boot features a suede upper and burly, removable 9mm recycled felt inner boot for keeping tiny toes toasty. Two Velcro straps make it easy for your little ones to get in and out and the vulcanized rubber shell provides a seriously protective foot environment. Because warm kids are happy kids, we’ve added a bonded felt frost plug and Sherpa Pile snow cuff to lock out winter’s chill.

Construction:
  • Waterproof suede leather upper
  • Two Velcro straps for easy closure
  • Seam-sealed waterproof construction
  • Removable 9mm recycled felt inner boot with Sherpa Pile snow cuff
  • 2.5mm bonded felt frost plug
  • Handcrafted waterproof vulcanized rubber shell with herringbone outsole
  • Weight: 46.2 oz / 1310 g
  • Imported

Fabric:
  • UPPER
    Waterproof suede leather upper
  • LINING
    Removable 9mm recycled felt inner boot with Sherpa Pile snow cuff
  • MIDSOLE
    2.5mm bonded felt frost plug
  • SHELL
    Handcrafted waterproof vulcanized rubber
  • OUTSOLE
    Herringbone

Children’s 1964 PAC Strap™ Boot

 
Children’s 1964 PAC Strap™ Boot
Children’s 1964 PAC Strap™ Boot 3.5 5 2 2
Disappointed I bought these expensive boots for my granddaughter. They ARE very warm and keep her feet dry... However, the STRAPS to fasten the boots are SO SHORT!!! They barely make it across the front of the boot to the Velcro strip! My granddaughter is tiny.. & We are NOT tucking her snow pants into the boot...this is a big hassle every time we put these on! I bought Velcro so SHE could do these boots herself (she is 4 yrs. old)... But no such luck. I should have returned them but it's been constantly snowing since we got them and we needed some good boots!What's going on with the skimpy straps Sorrel????!!!! January 2, 2014
Great boots! They are exactly what I was looking for and my son loves them because he can play outside in the snow and not worry about his feet! December 30, 2013
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