Kids John Deere Boots Information and Buying Tips.
Kids John Deere Boots
The John Deere name has been around for years and years, and now you can get your little tyke a pair of John Deere boots that can handle anything they want to put them through. They are built tough because John Deere knows the wear and tear that kids tend to put their clothing and boots through and they want to make sure you get your moneys worth. You can even start your little one out with their first pair of John Deere boots when they are still in the crib with the newborn line. They are so cute and comfortable you will be wondering why you didn't get your baby a pair when they were first born.
Each and every kids John Deere boots are made out of 100% genuine leather. This ensures that the quality is the best possible, while also making the boot last for the rough and tough terrain you normally come across out in the country. Don't think that doesn't make them a good boot for your child to wear out into town during their every day activities, though. They are so comfortable, your little one will want to wear them wherever you go.
They are available in a variety of different sizes from newborn, toddler, childs, all the way to youth. There are also many different styles for girls to choose from that includes pink and brown or pink and white, but don't forget about the classic green and camo style. It is a universal color scheme that works well with anyone. For the boys, there is also a variety of colors to choose from like green and brown, black and brown, or the camo and brown. One of the newer styles is the ostrich prints, and they have become very popular with all the little ones.
Make sure you get just the right size for your little guy or girl. Check out the sizing chart below.
Sizing: All of the John Deere boots come in sizes that range from newborn all the way to youth. They are labeled with the following:
T = Toddler. This represents the sizes 0-8T. Just remember that when you see this that it does not have anything to do with children's clothing sizes like (4T). All it is intended for is a way for you to distinguish between a size for one year olds (4T) and sizes for 10 year olds (4Y).
C = Childrens. Wherever you see this, it means they are sizes 9-3. It is just used to keep the Toddlers and Youth sizes separate.
Y = Youth. This label is for the larger sizes 3-7. They are all the sizes offered for the older and bigger children.
Just a little tip, when you are purchasing, you should at least get the same size, or even get one size larger than whatever your little one is currently wearing. So, if they are wearing a size 11 right now, then you will want to get a size 11C or 12C. If they are wearing a size 3 at the moment, then be sure to get a size 3C or 4C.
Remember that we also have John Deere boots for men and John Deere boots for women, so be sure to check them out while you're at it!