Boots for Boys
The cooler weather won't put a stop on playtime! Whether it's in the rain, sleet, or snow while running up hills or sliding down inclines, kids just want to have fun. Here are some stylish and durable boy boots for all terrains and just in time for Columbus Day sales!
1. Set out on an adventure in these rugged Calvin Hiking Boots that are part of the new creative Cat & Jack Target line designed especially for kids. The textured rubber bottom make them sturdy for climbing and the lace-up closure make them easy to get on and off. Now 20% off at $19.99, down from $24.99.
2. The Camo Rain Boots from Target are equipped with two handles that make it easy and fun for kids to pull on! The classic green camouflage print and waterproof material make these boots ideal for playing in puddles and mud. Now 20% off at $15.99, down from $19.99.
3. My little guy loves his Waterproof High Tops by H&M. The rubber soles and padded edge give them durability and the hook-loop fastener make them easy to put on. Available for $34.99 for toddlers and on sale for $29.99 in big kid sizes.
4. These stylish Duck Boots from Gap are a splurge at $69.95 but classic for wet and dry weather! This weekend online get 35% off with coupon code: WANT.
5. Be prepared for the snow with these Velcro Strap Winter Boots by Cat & Jack for Target. The treaded sole is good for traction and the thick nylon will keep those toes warm. Now 20% off at $21.59, down fron $26.99.
6. Warm and comfortable for playing in cold weather, the Osh Kosh Winter Boots have padded insulation around the ankle for added support. Originally priced at $48.00, this look is on sale for $29.99.
7. The suave look is matched with this Desert Boot in sand from Gymboree. On sale for $22.17 from $36.95 plus free shipping with coupon code: SHOPTOIT!
8. These stylish and durable Zip Up High Top Sneakers by Cat & Jack for Target have a sporty design that can be paired with joggers, chinos, or jeans! Now 20% off at $18.39, down from $22.99.
What boots are catching your eye for the winter season?