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Best Kids’ Winter Boots for 2018


Winter boots need to be two things: warm and waterproof (not just water resistant). If they’re easy to pull on and off, terrific. If they’re cute and the kids like them, super. If they last more than one season, hallelujah. But above all, they need to keep those little piggies warm and dry.

If you’re in the market for a new pair this season, here are a few of our favourite kids winter boots:


The Avery and Pinetree styles for girls, and Jet and Mustang for boys are lace-up boots with drawstring and toggle, and comfort rated for -40 C. The arctic rubber base makes for good treads and the multi-layer removable inner-boot system allows for temperature regulation because, fortunately, not every day requires -40 protection.

Orders placed directly from Baffin.com will ship for approximately $10 in Canada (depending on exact location), and are eligible for a full refund inside of 30 days if something isn’t right.

Starting at $94.99

Bogs Classic

Available in toddler size 7 to youth size 6, with a temperature rating of up to -30 C, not only are they legitimately waterproof and warm, but they also come in a variety of cute colours and patterns and are equipped with handles so they’re easy to get on and off. Bogs usually hold up over multiple seasons, which can make the investment worthwhile.

At a weight of two pounds per pair, some kids find them too heavy, but the company offers a 100% guarantee so if you don’t try before you buy, return them for a full refund. Bogsfootwear.ca offers free shipping and returns.

Starting at $95

Kamik Snobuster2

Available in children’s sizes 8-13 and youth 1-6, these boots are practical, versatile and affordable. Girls styles come in black/pink and grape, and boys in navy and black/green. They’re 100% waterproof and have an adjustable snow collar with drawstring and toggle which testers swear is the key to keeping snow out and feet dry.

Kamik is 100% Canadian owned and operated.

Starting at $50

Keen Lumi Waterproof

The new Keen Lumi Waterproof boot is insulated to -40 and the EVA waterproof shell keeps the slush and water out. Ultralight with cold weather traction, these boots are a great option for active kids who spend a lot of time outside and want the freedom to move without heavy boots and wet feet weighing them down. Boys’ styles come in black/grey and black/navy.

Orders from keenfootwear.com ship free via Canada Post ground and returns are also free. The Keen brand is also sold through MEC and Sportchek.

Starting at $80

North Face Youth Alpenglow IV

Everything you want in a winter boot, these are easy to pull on and secure, lightweight, flexible, insulated and featuring a waterproof rubber shell. North Face offers a lifetime guarantee against material and workmanship defects as well as a one-year limited warranty

Free shipping from the North Face website is only available for orders of $99+.


Sorel Flurry

Waterproof and wind resistant, these boots will keep little feet cozy and dry, while the outer sole traction helps keep them upright and on the move when they’re climbing toboggan hills and building snow forts. The recycled felt of the inner boot is washable and great for added comfort and warmth.

Both the children’s and youth styles come in six colour options. The Sorel brand is available direct from the manufacturer online as well as Carter’s Osh Kosh, Soft Moc, The Bay, and MEC.

Starting at $70


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