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Our favourite kids’ wellies!

Our favourite kids’ wellies!

Don’t let the weather stop your kids having fun, let them splash around and keep dry with a pair of stylish wellies! Even if your children aren’t going out in the rain and you just want to protect their feet from the damp and cold, we have a great selection of wellies to suit children of all ages!

1. Original Little Kids First Glitter Wellington Boots - £36.00

You can’t go wrong with a pair of Hunters! So why not kit your little one out in a pair designed for growing feet and little divas? These glitter-effect wellies have flatter soles and rounder feet to make walking in wellies so much easier!

2. Multi Toy Story Wellies 

We love these Toy Story-themed wellies – one being Woody, the other being Buzz Lightyear! Just perfect for younger boys who like to be different and love to explore!

3. My Little Pony Muck Boots 

These cute outdoor boots from Muck Boot are perfect for all weathers with the wrap-around sole that gives great stability for kids who are fast on their feet. These boots are also easy to slip on and off and great for wearing in all seasons and climates. And what’s more? The gorgeous My Little Pony print in ‘pinkie pie’ will make your little one want to jump in puddles with excitement!

4. Joules Printed Wellies £24.95  

Joules’ printed kids’ wellies are back with new prints for the new season and are made from hardwearing rubber for superior puddle proofing!  Car-made little boys will love these and there are more patterns available for both boys and girls, so why not check them out?

5. Bogs B-Moc Baby Puff Owl Purple Multi £49.99 

With sizes to suit toddlers as well, these welly boots are just the thing for little feet this winter!  They have an adjustable draw cord around the neck of the boots to give a secure fit, whilst the opening at the top makes getting them on and off easy.  The Bogs Max-Wick helps to draw sweat away from the feet, helping to keep them nice and dry and toasty!

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