The 10 Best Hiking Boots For Kids

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This wiki has been updated 18 times since it was first published in March of 2019. From camping trips to family hikes, there’s no shortage of outdoor excursions to keep your children healthy and active, but it’s critical to protect their feet while they climb boulders and jump over streams. These durable boots for kids can endure hours of intrepid exploring, with features like rugged treads, moisture-wicking linings, and odor control, so youngsters stay dry and comfortable. When users buy our independently chosen editorial selections, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. Timberland Pawtuckaway

2. Teva Arrowood

3. Keen Hikeport

Editor's Notes

March 19, 2019:

Researched and considered some of the most renowned and respected manufacturers in the field, including Timberland, Keen, Teva, The North Face, and Columbia. We prioritized thoughtful designs with stabilizing features, shock-absorption, multi-directional tread, comfortable liners with moisture-wicking qualities, and waterproofing, so children can explore and move freely and without discomfort. We also looked at items with quick-lace systems and Velcro straps, as well as pull loops to make on and off a breeze. After that, we made sure to include selections that were available in a variety of colors, giving little ones a level of customization that will have them feeling confident wearing their new kicks.

4. Columbia Newton Ridge

5. The North Face Alpenglow

6. Hi-Tec Hillside Jr

7. Northside Freemont Leather

8. Merrell Moab Polar

9. Northside Renegade

10. Littleplum Snow

Gia Vescovi-Chiordi
Last updated by Gia Vescovi-Chiordi

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