Their first few steps in the snow might have some pretty substantial parental assistance (ie: you holding them up and pretending that they're walking) but that doesn't mean their little toes won't get cold on winter outings with the family. Outfit them with the Elliott II Solid Boot and they'll be happy and smiling as you show them the world in its sparkly winter goodness. This boot is cozy and warm with a stretch inner bootie and plush lining keeping their feet snuggled up against the cold, while Bogs' Max-Wick technology ensures that their feet don't get sweaty and uncomfortable in case they start to warm up. The textile bottom features a silicone grip in case they actually do get some standing and walking in, and the easy slip on entry with a hook-and-loop strap makes it no hassle to get on and stay on until you're all back home resting by the fireplace.
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