“Grey days are the bestest,” said my little girl as the car rolled up near the entrance of the movie theater. I nodded my head slightly in agreement as she gazed at me in the rearview mirror. “Why don’t you like the sun, sweetheart?” I asked in a pretend puzzled voice, as a parent often has to do with young children to continue on the conversation. “Because my boots don’t look as bright when it’s light out.”
To preface: my daughter loves the spotlight. Along with her bright personality has always come bright clothing, jackets and footwear. Hence if it’s dark and overcast, she’ll stick out like a sore thumb — and that’s the sort of attention she craves.
For the past several days, Hannah has been obsessed with her new winter boots. She’s a budding fashionista who enjoys browsing and selecting styles online that suits her vibrant personality.
With winter weather a-brewin’, it was time to fire up the laptop and search for her some new footwear. Upon a few of my suggestions that went wholly ignored, Sorel Kids won Hannah’s heart with its signature polar bear logo and brightly colored designs. The brand won my heart with its outstanding craftsmanship and quality of materials, strong enough to withstand even the toughest of wintry elements.
Upon delivery, one of the first things I noticed was how perfect these are for recess or raucous neighborhood play. These boots won’t slip and slide in rain, sleet or snow with its full traction, multidirectional rubber outsole. Playground scrapes and falls are not fun to deal with, and this lugged design seems to be the answer her and I have long been searching for.
Additionally, these boots' seam-sealed construction prevents moisture from getting in and dampening socks, as well as her outdoor fun. And not that you expect your child to be out in -25 degree temps, it’s good to know that these boots will keep feet and toes all-day warm and toasty.
With fun colors and stylistic details throughout, for Hannah these boots may be the bright spot of her day. For me, it’s the smile of satisfaction I see spread across her face.