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  • Kids’ warm waterproof snow hiking boots SH100 - Velcro Size 7 - 5.5
  • Kids’ warm waterproof snow hiking boots SH100 - Velcro Size 7 - 5.5
  • Kids’ warm waterproof snow hiking boots SH100 - Velcro Size 7 - 5.5
  • Kids’ warm waterproof snow hiking boots SH100 - Velcro Size 7 - 5.5
  • Kids’ warm waterproof snow hiking boots SH100 - Velcro Size 7 - 5.5
Kids’ warm waterproof snow hiking boots SH100 - Velcro Size 7 - 5.5
QUECHUA

Kids’ warm waterproof snow hiking boots SH100 - Velcro Size 7 - 5.5

8370475
$31.00
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  • Kids’ warm waterproof snow hiking boots SH100 - Velcro Size 7 - 5.5
  • Kids’ warm waterproof snow hiking boots SH100 - Velcro Size 7 - 5.5
  • Kids’ warm waterproof snow hiking boots SH100 - Velcro Size 7 - 5.5
  • Kids’ warm waterproof snow hiking boots SH100 - Velcro Size 7 - 5.5
  • Kids’ warm waterproof snow hiking boots SH100 - Velcro Size 7 - 5.5
Kids’ warm waterproof snow hiking boots SH100 - Velcro Size 7 - 5.5
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We created these boots for children who hike occasionally. It is ideal on packed snow, for exploring snowy trails.

These warm boots are easy to put on thanks to the wide opening and rip-tab adjustments. They provide more support, better protection from the cold and prevent snow from getting in

Upper of: 20.0% Polyurethane, 80.0% Polyester; Outer sole of: 100.0% Synthetic Rubber; Lining and sock of: 100.0% Polyester

BENEFITS

Warmth

Comfort temperature: -10°C
Limit temperature: -22°C

Waterproof

Breathable, waterproof membrane to keep your feet dry

Grip

Good grip thanks to the material and the ridges on the sole

Easy dressing

Easy to put on thanks to the wide opening and hook and loop strap

Traction

Traction on snow thanks to the location and depth of the 4 mm studs

TECHNICAL INFORMATIONS

Can I be sure that my boots are warm enough for my winter hikes?

We perform comparative studies carried out in a thermal laboratory, in walking conditions in light winds (5km/h). This is how we measure the thermal resistance of our boots. However every individual feels the cold differently.
Comfort temperature: felt slightly cold & 70% of users find the thermal sensation acceptable on their feet.
Limit temperature: felt very cold & 10% of users consider the thermal sensation acceptable on their feet.

How do my boots protect me from outdoor conditions?

Your boots are designed with a membrane to guarantee waterproofing and breathability. A membrane is a very fine component (5 to 25 micrometres) affixed to the inside of a fabric that prevents water from entering while allowing moisture to escape.

How can I be sure my boots are 100% waterproof?

We made sure that your boots are waterproof by conducting laboratory tests to simulate walking with the boots half-submerged in water. We also conducted field tests to measure wear and ageing. During the waterproofing test, we test 3 levels of waterproofing: 2,000 flexes (approx. 4 km walk), 4,000 flexes (approx. 8 km walk) and 8,000 flexes (approx. 16 km walk). Your boots were tested to 4000 flexes, which is equivalent to 8 km of walking.

What is the difference between traction and grip?

The boots’ traction depends on the number and shape of the studs (4mm on this boot). The grip is dependent on the materials of the sole and the tread pattern, like the tyres of your car. Traction optimises propulsion, prevents the boot from slipping backwards when going uphill and stabilises the boot.
Grip prevents the boot from slipping and skidding on smooth ground or in demanding conditions (rain, snow, ice) by giving the sole grip.

Will my boots withstand regular use over the long term?

Our engineers conduct laboratory tests to ensure that the product fully complies with your satisfaction in use. Our verifications include the following elements: tearing eyelets and straps, gluing, toxicology, UV resistance, abrasion resistance of outsole and upper components, accelerated ageing.

How do I choose the right footwear for snow hiking?

To be well equipped in winter, we recommend that you follow these guidelines :
Warmth: warmth provided by a warm pair of socks (ideally containing a suitable percentage of wool)
Breathability: Choose the sock according to the intensity of the hike and make sure you wear a breathable model to minimise moisture.
Boot height: adapt the height of the sock to the height of the upper and preferably choose high models if you want more protection.

How to preserve the technical qualities of my boots?

A fabric's water repellent property is its capacity to make water run off its surface without seeping in. This prevents the fabric from soaking up water and keeps it lightweight, warm and breathable. The water repellent property is achieved by treating the fabric's exterior. This treatment needs to be renewed during the lifetime of the garment. Products (spray or liquid) for this purpose are available in our stores.

How do I dry the inside of my boots?

Boots can become heavy while they’re being worn in the wet (condensation and perspiration)
If your boots are very wet, we advise you to remove the insole, fill the upper with balls of newspaper and change them regularly. The paper will soak up the moisture and speed up the drying process.
Never place your boots too close to a heat source but leave them in a warm, dry and ventilated place.

OUR ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY

Because we are aware that we must act to preserve our playground, Quechua is committed to limiting the environmental impact of its products.
Today, this product is not eco-designed, but we work every day to make it more responsible: eco-design, reparability and durability at the heart of our development process.