John Deere Footwear Johnny Popper Croc Print Cowboy Boots (For Youth Boys and Girls)
About John Deere Footwear Johnny Popper Croc Print Cowboy Boots (For Youth Boys and Girls)
Closeouts. John Deere Footwear's Johnny Popper Croc Print cowboy boots offer adult style in a kid-friendly design, thanks to a removable footbed that accommodates growing feet.
Specs about John Deere Footwear Johnny Popper Croc Print Cowboy Boots (For Youth Boys and Girls)
- Vamp: Leather
- Toe: Square
- Heel style: Walking
- Outsole: Rubber
- Shaft: Leather
- Lining: Textile
- Removable insole
- Weight (pair): 1 lb. 14 oz.
- Made in China
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Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jaime from MT on Wednesday, June 3, 2015Great boots!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Amie from KY on Monday, October 20, 2014I got these boots for my sons birthday & he loves them! They fit great & look great!
Reviewed by Ryan the fisherhunter from ARKANSAS on Monday, December 23, 2013THIS PRODUCT HAS A BEAUTIFUL COLOR, AND YOU CAN'T BEAT THE PRICE FOR THE BRAND. I BOUGHT THEM AS A CHRISTMAS GIFT AND I WAS PLEASED WITH THE LOOKS AND FEEL OF THEM. I'M SURE THEY WILL BE A HIT.
Reviewed by tallpalomino from Idaho on Monday, December 2, 2013My son was able to wear these maybe twice before the back broke down and did some funky "fall over thing". He physically couldn't push his foot into the heel where it was supposed to be so his heel is too far up and he walks on the actual side of the boot not the bottom. I was very disappointed because we have owned several other pairs of John Deere boots and they fit just fine. I saw the other day another boy wearing these same boots and his was doing the same thing. I think the "Growing Like a Weed" technology needs to be ditched by this company because even when we pulled out the insole there was nowhere for my son's heel...strangest boots I've ever seen. Don't buy these!
Reviewed by Dawna from SW Virginia on Tuesday, June 4, 2013My son wears a 5, pushing 5-1/2. He said the boots fit well when they arrived, but he took one horseback riding lesson in them and they rubbed on his heels in back (though he was wearing thick socks). Maybe these aren't designed to be appropriate for riding (keeping the heel down in the stirrup) but that strikes me as odd for "cowboy boots". We'll see how he does just walking around in them.