Columbia Sportswear Little Grand Hunting Boots - Waterproof (For Kids and Youth)
About Columbia Sportswear Little Grand Hunting Boots - Waterproof (For Kids and Youth)
Closeouts. Make sure their experience is enjoyable when they encounter wet and sloppy conditions by outfitting them in Columbia Sportswear's Little Grand boots. They boast waterproof construction, an ultralight design and a traction rubber outsole.
Specs about Columbia Sportswear Little Grand Hunting Boots - Waterproof (For Kids and Youth)
- Waterproof materials: Waterproof rubber
- Upper: Neoprene and rubber
- Removable insole
- Midsole: Ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA)
- Outsole: Rubber
- Height: 10"
- Weight (pair): 1 lb. 12 oz.
- Made in China
- Visit our Winter Boot Guide
- US shipments only
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Verified Buyer Reviewed by mom to three boys from Billings MT on Friday, October 26, 2012These are great for our muddy construction zone
Verified Buyer Reviewed by MEM from NYC on Wednesday, October 17, 2012My kids like the the look and feel of these boots. The fun leaf design is not just for hunters. Because the rubber only goes up a few inches and then switches to neoprene, they are not good for deep puddles or stream crossings.
- Best Uses: Walking in wet weather
- Cons: Not For Deep Puddles, Not For Stream Crossings
- Pros: Fun to wear, Good for rain
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Gadama from Buffalo on Thursday, October 11, 2012Easy on-off for kids of all ages
Question & Answer
The Columbia Sportswear Little Grand Hunting Boots are only waterproof and are not insulated. They do not have a temp. rating.
“I am looking for a pair of boots that are like Mucks. Something that is warm for winter. It gets cold up here. Sometimes -30F and colder with windshield. Need to keep warm while doing chorse and during recess. What temp. are these good til?”
The Columbia Sportswear Little Grand Hunting Boots are only waterproof and are not insulated.
“what is the temperature rating? Are these just for rain and mud or can they handle the cold of snow?”