Bogs Boga – The Waterproof Winter Boots for Kids

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Exactly one year ago I did a review on Bogs Footwear and how much I loved the boots that they sent to me. I have gotten older since then and usually they say your taste change with age. Guess what? Mine hasn’t for Bogs Footwear! I can say beyond a shadow of a doubt that my love has actually gotten stronger. These are not your run of the mill boots. I have worn them almost everywhere, except for Church, but if I could have I would have.  If you live near me you may have seen me a time or two in the supermarket with them on as well. Mommy usually let me dress myself within reason and they are almost the first shoe I would put on. Why? They are so easy to slip on and I don’t have to worry about laces. They are also super comfortable. When Bogs offered to send me a brand new pair this year to try out for the winter I was ecstatic. Not only was I going to get a brand new winter boot but I was getting it from a company and brand that I loved. Win-win for me and Bogs of course.

I was sent the Bogs Boga for Kids, don’t worry the Bogs Boga is available in women’s too.  Here was the description of the Bogs Boga that truly caught our attention. The Boga Boot is primed to get outside or curl up for a board game by the fire. Have you ever heard of a boot that can be used to curl up by the fire with? Usually after you get indoors the first thing you want to do is kick those boots off.

The Bogs Boga has a durable rubber outsole with rebound technology for additional comfort. So you’re probably wondering what rebound technology is all about. It simply means that it provides a shock absorbing cushion and foot support that lasts the life of the product.

It is crafted with genuine leather and is totally 100% waterproof. That means that it will also protect me from the outside elements. One feature that Bogs Footwear usually have is the temperature comfort rating. These are comfort rated from temperate to 14°F/-10°C. That means that when it’s cold outside my feet would be nice and comfy.

Another feature that all Bogs Kids footwear has is their built in handles for easy and quick on and off. It makes it so easy for your little ones to be independent. The Boga also has a soft fleece lining that is super comfy. It is also lined in breathable DuraFresh bio-technology for all-day wear, and to help prevent those stinky odors that sometimes associated with your little one’s feet.

The Bogs Boga for kids is super stylish and is one of those boots that can go with any outfit. It’s also a boot that moms and dads would have no reservation saying, “yes you can wear that today”. I know mommy would sometimes say the opposite to me but since getting these I haven’t heard that from her. They are super comfortable and yes I have even ran in them. My feet fit nice and snuggly and that statement about curling up near the fire in them is not to be underestimated.

These boots are a hit! So whether you want to have fun outdoor or just relax and smell the flowers, the Bogs Boga is truly the one shoe you will want to be seen in this winter. Comfortable and truly stylish. It definitely gets my TWO TINY THUMBS UP!

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