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Top Rated Snow Boots for Kids with Wide Feet – Extra Deep and Available in Wide Widths!

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Are you having a hard time finding a pair of snow boots for your child with wide feet? Are you looking for a wide snow boot that is waterproof, insulated, lightweight, and affordable at the same time?

Finding a pair of snow boots for children with wide feet can be a frustrating and time-consuming experience since most snow boot brands only carry standard sizes (medium widths). Parents usually make the common mistake of assuming that because a particular shoe style is labeled as wide (“W”) it will automatically fit the shape of their kids’ wide feet.

There is another key feature that the shoes need to provide which is extra depth. I will expand on this shortly.

Snow boots are the type of footwear that your child might wear only for only a couple of times a year and for very short periods of time. This often leads to parents not putting a lot of thought on the type of snow boots that they provide for their children. You might want to rethink that.

It only takes a couple of wears in a poor fitted snow boot for your child to develop a foot issue such as a blister, callus, or corn.

I review children’s shoes and rate them based on my experience of having fitted children’s shoes for the last 10 years. I have been working for a specialized children’s shoe store that focuses on children with foot and leg problems, but we provide regular shoe fittings as well.

Some children might have a high instep in addition to having wide feet. Is this the case with your child? The instep is the top part of the foot, and when it’s high, it makes it much more complicated to find shoes that fit.

Snow boots that provide extra depth allow the child’s feet to fit deeply inside the boots, which prevent the top part of the feet and toes from rubbing against the top part of the snow boots. Snow boots that provide extra depth are also really effective in accommodating children with high insteps.

The issue is that parents don’t know which snow boots provide extra depth since shoes don’t come labeled as “extra deep”. The good news is that I know exactly which snow boots are deeper and wider than other and I will help you find them.

I review children’s shoe brands and rate them based on my experience of having fitted children’s shoes for the last 10 years. I have been working for a specialized children’s shoe store that focuses on children with foot and leg problems, but we provide regular shoe fittings as well.

I strongly believe that the shoes a child wears can be life changing, and I always emphasize to parents about the importance of providing their children with the correct shoe size as well as the correct shoe style.

There are 2 snow boot styles that have proven to be the most effective ones when it comes to fitting the shape of a child with wide feet.

The snow boots that I recommend are all waterproof,  insulated, and they are lightweight and flexible at the same time.

Before I provide you with a selection of the top-rated snow boots for kids with wide feet, I want to make sure that you know your child’s exact foot size. If you don’t know your child’s foot size, you won’t be able to order the correct size snow boot.

I created an article that describes a 2-step method that will help you identify your child’s exact foot size from home. I recommend that you start by taking a look at that article:

How to Measure Your Kids Foot – 2 Simple Steps to Determine Foot Length and Foot Width

Please keep in mind that snow boots are not available in half sizes, they are available in whole sizes only. This means that if your child measures a foot size 5,  you will have to provide your child with a snow boot size 6. If your child measures a foot size 5 1/2, then you might have to provide your child with a snow boot size 7. Makes sense?

Figuring out what exact shoe size to order can be confusing to a lot of parents, so please do not hesitate to contact me directly if you need further clarification: fittingchildrensshoes@gmail.com 

Now that you know your child’s foot size and what features these snow boots are going to provide, you are ready to take a look at a selection of the top-rated snow boots for kids with wide feet.

Let me first show you the best snow boot choices for toddlers and then the ones for older children. Please note that you might be able to find other type of snow boots for a cheaper price, but you need to make sure that they fit the shape of your child’s wide feet, since a foot issue might be end up costing you a lot more in the long run.

Top Rated Snow Boots for with Wide Feet: Toddlers 1 to 3 Years Old

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I only review shoe styles that I have fitted before, since that is the only way for me to figure out all of the features that the shoes provide and how they fit.

The main reason why this snow boot is the top rated one for toddlers with wide feet is because it provides extra depth, a rounder toe-box, and it’s lightweight and flexible.

It’s really important for the snow boots to be lightweight and flexile since most toddlers have a hard time walking in snow boots since they tend to be too heavy and too clunky to begin with. This snow boot style is one of the lightest and most flexible snow boots for toddlers who are already walking or learning how to walk.

Please find below the best snow boots for toddlers with wide feet. All of these styles open up nice and wide so you can easily insert your kids’ feet.

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These snow boots all fit “true to size”, which means that you need to provide your child with a half a size longer of the size that your child measures at the shoe measuring scale in order to allow for growing room.

Please note that even though these snow boots are not labeled as wide (“W”) or extra wide (“XW”), they are the widest snow boots that I have fitted before for toddlers since they provide extra depth.

Let me show you what other families that already tried these snow boots had to say about them:

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Top Rated Snow Boots for Wide Feet: 3 Years Old and Older

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LIke I mentioned before, I only review shoe styles that I have fitted before, since that is the only way for me to figure out all of the features that the shoes provide and how they fit.

The main reason why this snow boot is the top rated one for children with wide feet who are 3 years old and older is because it provides extra depth, a rounder toe-box, and is available in wide widths (“W”).

Please find below the best snow boots for children who are 3 years old or older. Both of these styles open up nice and wide so you can easily insert your kids’ feet.

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Let me show you what other families that already tried these snow boots had to say about them:

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If these snow boots still seem too narrow for your child’s feet please do not hesitate to contact me directly and I will explain you what steps to take: fittingchildrensshoes@gmail.com 

Have you found a particular snow boot style or brand that has worked well in accommodating your child’s wide feet? Please share your findings below so other parents can benefit from your experiences.

STOP BUYING THE WRONG PAIR OF SHOES FOR YOUR CHILDREN.LET’S START TAKING CARE OF THEIR FEET!

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