If your baby just started walking, adding a pair of waterproof boots to his or her closet is a must for rainy day play. To save you some time and ensure you choose the best pair for your money, FN rounded up some top styles designed for babies less than a year old. Rain boots for infants should be ultra-comfortable, offering a cozy interior and snug fit to prevent water from entering the boot. Each model on our list fits those criteria — thoughtfully chosen with a happy, warm baby in mind. The looks are also quite cute, including everything from moccasin styles to bow-embellished options.
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1. Sperry Icestorm Boot
These rugged little Sperry duck boots have a synthetic upper, a memory foam footbed and an adjustable Velcro closure.
Pros: A vulcanized bottom provides flexibility and optimal cushioning for little toes. They come in two other colorways to choose from.
Cons: They run slightly big.
2. Jiliguala Baby Waterproof PU Leather Boot
The rain boots feature a waterproof PU leather upper, a plush fleece lining for maximum warmth and anti-slip rubber soles.
Pros: They’re offered in various other designs, including a green camo print. Adjustable Velcro straps deliver a great fit and make these easy to take on and off without a hassle.
Cons: These may run a tad small depending on your needs.
3. Robeez Rain Boot
This reliable pair has a gray upper, glossy pink cap toe, as well as ribbons and handy pull-on straps done in pink.
Pros: Non-slip rubber soles make them ideal for indoor and outdoor wear. You can easily get babies’ wiggly feet in and out of the Velcro enclosures.
Cons: These run a bit large.