Northside Boys’ Frosty Snow Boot, Olive, 7 Medium US Toddler

The best selling Frosty is a model of simplicity and function, designed for minimal fuss and maximum cold weather fun.

Product Features

  • Rugged tall 7 inch mid calf upper features padded nylon panels, adventures prints, lightweight waterproof rubber shell with fully insulated lining
  • This cold weather snow boot offers water resistant construction with quick drying lining to keep little feet dry; gusseted tongue to keep debris out
  • Removable/washable cushioned EVA insole and padded lining offer extra cushioning for little feet; premier 200 gram Thinsulate insulation keeps your feet warm
  • Hook and loop strap allows for secure adjustments; elastic toggle collar ensures customized fit; reflective heel pull strap is a great safety feature that makes it easy to get on/off
  • Durable lightweight multi directional outsole ensures traction, shock absorption, good abrasion resistance in snowy or icy conditions


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Anonymous on November 23, 2018 at 5:07 PM.

The pass the extreme cold weather test I purchased pairs last year for three kids. We live on the arctic tundra in Alaska. Seriously. I was apprehensive, but the boots were so cheap, I thought it wouldn’t hurt to take a risk as a back-up pair. My kids liked the colors and styles so much, they wore these boots exclusively throughout the snowy months (about October-March). The boots held up nicely and the kids never complained about being cold. My oldest daughter said that when she was outside for more than about an hour, when…

Anonymous on November 23, 2018 at 5:30 PM.

Alaska disapproves I’m from Alaska, so I know boots. These are not a good choice for toddlers. 1) They do not keep the feet warm. These keep feet as warm as plain rubber boots with wool socks in them. If you don’t want to worry about your kiddo’s feet getting cold, buy some Baffins. 2) The soles are defective. The rubber used is made of some kind of cloth composite. Once the surface gets scratched, the cloth fibers are exposed. If the cloth fibers come in contact with packable snow, snow will stick to bottom of…