Elephants never forget, reindeer never get lost, and caribou never get cold, which inspired Sorel to create the Youth Caribou Kids' Boot. It won't make your rugrats remember to shut the door or come inside by dinnertime, but the waterproof nubuck leather upper, fully taped seams, and ThermoPlus felt inner boot will keep their feet warm and dry when they're terrorizing the sledding hill or trying to build the world's biggest snowman. The soft Sherpa Pile snow cuff collects snow to keep it from falling into the boot, and the AeroTrac outsole sticks to snow like gum to the bottom of a school chair. If you can believe it, the Caribou is rated all the way down to -40 degrees, too, so you don't have to feel bad about turning off the TV and kicking them outside into the snow for the afternoon.
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