This story originally appeared on The Local Moms Network.
When it comes to keeping your little adventurer’s feet toasty and dry, a solid pair of toddler boots is essential. From sturdy snow boots to withstand the most frigid temps, to colorful galoshes made for puddle jumping, we’ve rounded up our favorite shoes to take your tot from winter through spring – dry feet guaranteed. So, lace up (pull on?) and embrace the weather, no matter what the season brings.
SOREL Youth Snow Commander Boots, $54.95
With traction soles and heavy insulation, these winter boots will ensure feet stay cozy in temperatures as low as -25°F.
A Local Mom’s Network favorite, BOGS are 100% waterproof and easy to slip on. Plus, their algae-based EVA footbed helps clean polluted water habitats.
Waterproof and lightweight, this iconic pair will keep your tiny trendsetter warm after a long day on the bunny slopes.
Leave it to Target to give us everything we need in a snow boot: a classic look, faux-fur lining, waterproof construction, and easy-to-close Velcro straps.
Tried and true, these classics will protect your toddler’s toes from slushy streets and muddy backyards.
There’s a reason why this pair of Crocs has thousands of 5-star reviews. Easy to take on and off and easy to clean, they’re a win-win for kids and parents alike.
With multiple colors to choose from, a plush insole and varying shaft heights, these rain boots are guaranteed to become a family favorite.
Mini Melissa Welly, $65
Made of 100% Melflex PVC, Mini Melissa wellies are recyclable, sustainable, functional and adorable.
Native Shoes Kensington Treklite, $26-65
We could rattle off all the reasons we love Native shoes, but you’re busy so we’ll keep it short. Fashionable and functional, this stylish pair is water-repellent, has a rugged sole and heel tabs for easy on and off.
L.L.Bean Katahdin Socks, $19.95
No afternoon in inclement weather is complete without the right socks. Our pick goes to this moisture-wicking, odor-resistant, wool-blend pair. Bonus points for the fun colors and patterns.