Junior League RUNAR

Kids' Winter Boots (2264015263)

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Description

Junior League RUNAR

These children's winter boots from Junior League have a three velcro strap fastening system for easy on and off handling.
  • rugged sole
  • Velcro 3-strap fastening system
  • heel loop for helping achieve a snug fit
  • warm interior lining
  • reflective elements

Specifications

Product code 2264015263
Supplier code 2264015263
Upper polyurethane, nylon
Technology Polyurethane (PU), Nylon, Waterproof

Used Technologies

Polyurethane (PU)

Polyurethane (PU) is a stronger, harder and more durable foam material than EVA and other midsole materials. The firm PU midsole provides protection against bumps and impacts. It is used in ...

Nylon

Nylon is a synthetic fibre that is easy to maintain, resistant to abrasion and great as an outer layer of clothing - e.g. for wind-resistant jackets and trousers.

Waterproof

Waterproof protection ensures garments and accessories remain dry. 

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How to Choose Size

 

 

      A - foot length

      B - insole length

      C - 5 mm (0,20 inch)

 

When buying shoes, choosing the right size is essential. If you click on the size, top line will show you the size in other measurements. Different brands can use different sizing. Unfortunately, there isn’t any unified size chart. In our experience it is best to look at the measurements in centimetres – this measurement states RECCOMMENDED FOOT LENGTH for given size. However this measurement can differ item to item.

If your child‘s foot measures 17,8 cm, we recommend size EU 30, because the manufacturer already ensures wiggle room for the toes.

 

 

 

HOW TO MEASURE YOUR CHILD'S FOOT 

  

      A - length in centimetres (inch)

 

Equipment:

  • Use either a shoe box or any wall with a 90° angle.
  • Get a piece of paper or a cardboard, ruler and a pen.

 

What next?

  • Your child should wear its usual socks.
  • Let your child step on a piece of paper and position its heel in a 90° angle to a wall or use a shoe box.
  • Take the measurements either in the afternoon or in the evening. The foot gets slightly bigger after daily activities. We don’t recommend you to take measurements in the morning, because rested feet tend to be smaller.
  • Use a ruler and a pen to draw a line right above the longest toe. It’s quite normal if left foot’s and right foot’s length slightly differs. In such a case, choose a shoe size according to the larger foot.
  • Measure the distance from the line to the wall.
  • Choose size accordingly.
  • We don’t recommend to take measurements only with your finger at the child’s heel, because children have different sensitivity level and may have difficulties telling if the shoe is too tight for them.