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Kids Boots for Tromping Around the Garden

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Kids Boots for Tromping Around the Garden

May 30, 2013

Involving the kids in a garden project first requires the appropriate outfitting. Here are four kid-sized wellingtons to withstand the dirt and the bugs and the mud.

Above: The Kids’ Barbour Wellington Gardening Boots are available in three different colors for $79 from J.Crew Crewcuts.

Above: The lace-up Thurloe Kids Rain Boot is styled like a combat boot with a full rubber sole; $80 per pair of garden boots from Piperlime.

Above: Aigle’s Lolly Pop Boot is lined in a removable jersey cotton fabric and available in five different colors; $59 from Zappos.

Above: Hunter’s classic Kids Rubber Boots come in eleven color options; $75 from Hunter.

Above: Recommended to us by a reader, Danish company Bisgaard’s Gumboots are available in six different colors; $54.95 from Billy Lou.

For more on gardening boots, see these garden boots inspired by Japanese workmen, and join the conversation about “The Ultimate Garden Boots.”

N.B.: This is an update of a post originally published August 23, 2012.

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