|Stonz Now Makes Winter Boots for Kids 1 to 14-Years Old!|
Earlier this year, I shared that Stonz now sells rainboots. This was a happy revelation for me, as I had trusted Stonz for my toddler's winter booties and "mittz", as Stonz calls it. Now when I heard that Stonz makes youth boots, I was very excited on many levels.
Firstly, Stonz is a Canadian company and I think that you have to suffer our extreme winters in order properly design winter wear for our children. Secondly, the boots are rated to withstand temperatures of -50C/-58F, and with our local temperatures sometimes reaching -35C with windchill we should be covered! Lastly, the "Bootz" as Stonz calls it, come in sizes toddler 5 to youth 7 (suitable for boys and girls ages 1-year old to 14-years old)! This means that older children can now enjoy Stonz products!
|My Son's Last Year Winter Boots Have Holes in Them!|
|A Close Look at Stonz Winter Bootz|
I noticed that the sock liner was soft inside, and had a silver foil material on the outside to keep the heat in. When my son removed his foot from the boot, I was delighted that the sock liner did not slip out (which can be a nightmare to put back in)!
|Don't Forget Your Stonz Mittens With Your Order!|
Just like their infant mittens, the Stonz Mittz feature 2 toggle closures: one at the wrist, and one at the end of the mitt to keep the snow out. The toggles also prevent mitten-slip-off-itis! The Stonz Mittz are rated as water- and wind-resistant, which I would love to see rated waterproof in generations to come (as my kids enjoy making soggy snowballs). The Stonz Mittz are the warmest mittens that my kids currently own, though.
I would highly recommend Stonz products for your infant, baby, child, or older child!
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How do YOU keep warm in the winter? Does your child or grandchild own warm winter boots and mittens?