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Kamik Stomp Rain Boot (Youth/Little Kid/Big Kid), Black, 8 M US Toddler
120.80 SAR

Kamik Stomp Rain Boot (Youth/Little Kid/Big Kid), Black, 8 M US Toddler

by  Kamik, Boots -  1,849 ratings

120.80 SAR 

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Main Features:
  • Waterproof
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PRODUCT INFORMATION

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    Specifications

    Brand
    Kamik
    Size
    8 M US Toddler
    Targeted Group
    Kids
    Model Number
    EK6149F
    Brand
    Kamik
    Size
    8 M US Toddler
    Targeted Group
    Kids
    Model Number
    EK6149F
    UPC-A
    056551351412
    Item EAN
    0056552931248
    ASIN
    B0019ZR42M
    Color
    Color
    Black
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    Description:

    Removable insole and playground outsole has an extremely flexible bottom, a shock absorbing midsole, and is made of non-marking rubber. Height ranges from 8 inches to 11 inches depending on

 

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  • My 4 years old son only wore it for a ...
    By xwang17 on 31 January 2015

    My 4 years old son only wore it for a couple of month, there are two big holes on the shoes. I think it's manufacture or design problem . It does not worth the money.

    171 people found this review helpful

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  • Durable and handled two years of rough use and play
    By amynicole902 on 26 August 2017

    I purchased these for my son in 2015, and today he finally asked me for a new pair because his feet hurt so much when wearing them. I ordered a size up, and they fit larger than expected. These have been through a lot of abuse. They've been used during work in the muddy garden, filled with smelly standing water and gravel, and then washed out with vinegar and air-dried in the sun for days. Submerged for hours while fishing in murky lakes, worn daily for months as he played on bikes, scooters, and in trees... And these boots still have a lot of life in them, so will be donated. The only negative I have is the insoles didn't last long. I replaced them, but they didn't stay in either. My son didn't seem to mind though! Now I'm off to buy another pair!

    12 people found this review helpful

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  • Amazing boots, just right for many many reasons. see review.
    By Santrelle on 10 November 2015

    Have had these for 8 months and used on and off for a 7 yr old boy. He has normal sized feet and they fit nice and maybe even snug or 'perfect'. Not all floppy around like some oversized boot. It makes him want to use/wear the boot more. NO issues with cracking. WE use them as motorcycling boots too since they are stiff enough that they provide some protection. I have done a TON of research and looked at every boot in every store in my town, Bellingham, wa that was available. This is the best for the buck. Good traction, thick, protective, doesn't crack, name brand and fits nice and normal. can wear for hours. All the others had issues like: too thin (easily poke hole), no traction (whats the point? mud? hello!), known for cracking in the bend-zones or ugly or too expensive. The only other option worth considerinng are the brown boots that look like dads big ones. Neoprene boots. They are about 23$ and probably much high quality rubber/neoprene. Sold at lfs. They are thin though. And lower levels of traction on bottom of boot. I may try a pair for my other son to see how it goes. The toe protection allows a kid to kick something pretty harrd and not hurt toes. Thinner boots won't offer the same protectiion. I would buy these again, but wish a local shop provided them so we could get thhe right size everytime.

    Updated: bought two more sets of these awesome boots for my other kids. Simply love them. Best bang for the buck out there. Period.

    12 people found this review helpful

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  • Love them but....
    By goodrat on 02 May 2018

    Going to get those out of the way right now- I'm an adult and I wear a size 5.5 shoe. Go ahead read it again get your laughs out now. That said this is a review as just that an adult.
    I had to get a 6 and 5 would have been too small. It's just about right, some wiggle room but not swimming in them. The calf on the other hand. I can barely fit my left in if I tuck my pant leg in it has to be don't just right. Also didn't mention athletic build (hockey and bikes).
    The last thing the footbeds, my last boots they stayed put the felt just slides around in the boot when I put them on and usually ends up in my toes. For now they are on the floor and won't be used unless I Velcro them in.
    Otherwise awesome boots, they do what I want keep my feet dry and don't hurt my feet

    3 people found this review helpful

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  • Not Very Breathable, Cheap Liner
    By M. Elmergreen on 09 October 2017

    These are our second pair of this boot. The first was a hand me down. After about 5 wears, they smell like feet. Like the last pair, my son's feet are always sweaty (literally wet socks) when wearing this boot for only an hour or so in weather in the 50's. They don't seem to breathe very well and the liner is very cheap compared to Boggs. He does not have sweaty feet with any of his other shoes. We have many pairs of the Boggs Winter Waterproof Boots for my older son. His feet feet do not sweat, nor do the boots smell - even when wearing them in 70 degree weather. I also don't love the elevated heel on the Kamik's either. On the plus side, my 2 year old loves them and his feet have been dry - aside from the sweat!

    4 people found this review helpful

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