London Fog Oxford Toddler Boy Snow Boots

Last updated date: February 24, 2021

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9.2

London Fog Oxford Toddler Boy Snow Boots

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We looked at the top Toddler Boy Boots and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Toddler Boy Boot you should buy.

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Overall Take

These toddler boy boots have a warm lining and a waterproof shell. Kids can play in the snow, rain and mud with this footwear, and you won’t have to worry about any cold feet.


In our analysis, the London Fog London Fog Oxford Toddler Boy Snow Boots placed 4th when we looked at the top 6 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Imported. Synthetic sole. Waterproof Shell. Synthetic Upper. Warm Lined. Man Made Outsole.

An Overview On Toddler Boy Boots

Until a child reaches the age of 10 (or thereabouts, depending on their growth spurts), they will probably need new shoes and boots for every season. After that, you may be able to get away with buying new ones every other year (if you are lucky).

Though you might be able to save money on other types of footwear, investing a little more in quality rain and snow boots is important. Compromising on that quality could result in cold, wet or uncomfortable feet if your little one plays outdoors for long periods of time.

Functionality is important for all-weather boots like these. First off, check to see if they are waterproof; no one wants leaky boots. Rubber soles with traction are also important, as it is easy to slip on wet, snowy and icy surfaces.

To keep ankles and feet warm, choose a thick lining like faux fur or Sherpa. You will also want to know how easy the boots are to get in and out of. If your toddler can do it on their own, they will have a sense of accomplishment. Even better, you will not have to help them, which makes the laborious process or getting ready to go out a bit simpler.

The Toddler Boy Boot Buying Guide

  • You will need to measure your toddler’s feet before ordering boots. Have him sit down, and use a ruler to measure both feet with his toes straight out. Order by the size of the larger foot.
  • Some brands have size charts online that you can print out to use at home. These will often include a printable ruler for your child to stand on for easy measuring.
  • Look for boots that are easy to clean and that have reflective patches for safety.
  • Boots with laces are not ideal for children under the age of four. Zippers, handles and other closures are more appropriate.
  • Cozy inner linings make boots much more comfortable. Padded and tall collars are best for trail boots and ankle boots, to prevent snow and water from getting in.
  • Always tuck in the bottom of your little one’s pant legs.