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UGG Kids - Riverton




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  • Roll on down the road with the Riverton.
  • Premium leather upper with suede shaft for durability.
  • Pull-on style with buckle pull tabs for easy on and off.
  • 100% fine woolen sheepskin lining breathes, wicking heat and moisture away to keep little feet dry and warm.
  • PU foam footbed is covered with sheepskin for added comfort.
  • Lugged rubber outsole provides maximum traction. Measurements:
  • Heel Height: 1 in
  • Weight: 12 oz
  • Circumference: 13 in
  • Shaft: 7 in
  • Product measurements were taken using size 2 Little Kid, width M.


Price : $ 140.00


UGG Boots for Kids Checklist

Need a Waterproof Boot? Some styles of UGG Boots don't handle water too well. They'll keep your feet dry BUT they'll take a long time to dry out. If you think you're kid will be splashing around in deep water or wet, deep snow - the boot will get very wet. Since UGG Boots take some time to dry out, either consider a more traditional winter boot for kids (such as Sorel Boots) or consider buying a boot dryer.
Mud and Some Styles of Uggs Don't Mix. Ugg's aren't the easiest of products to clean. For that reason, you want to avoid getting thick, caked-on mud on them. If you child will be running around in the mud, most styles of UGG Boots aren't ideal. However, UGG does have a few styles that are easier to clean than the "classic UGG Boot."
Don't Forget the Cleaner! Some styles of Uggs, particularly the Classic line, can be a bit difficult to clean. You just can't toss them in your washer or dryer - unless you want to ruin them so as to donate them to goodwill. Instead, for cleaning UGG Boots, read the How to Clean UGG Boots article and then purchase a cleaner specifically designed for UGG Boots.
Keep Your Cotton Socks Buried in the Dresser. Under NO, repeat NO, circumstances do you want to wear a cotton sock with UGG Boots!! NONE. So...why not? Simple. Cotton socks absorb water. As your foot sweats in the boot - and it will since Uggs are very warm - the sock will hold and absorb all the water. The result? Your feet will be cold or clammy all day long, and probably stinky too. Moral of the story is this - don't ruin the wonderful warmth of an UGG Boot with lowly, stinky cottton socks!
So What Sock to Wear? An ideal sock for use in UGG Boots are SmartWool Socks. SmartWool socks are made of shearling, too! So you get the best of both worlds...a Shearling Boot and a Shearling Sock. Don't forget - you can go barefoot in most UGG Boots, too!
If You Plan To Get Your Boots VERY Dirty...Then maybe an UGG Boot isn't for you. UGG Boots aren't Sorel Boots which are easily cleaned. If you plan on doing lots of wandering around in very dirty snow or, worse, in deep mud...consider a Sorel Boot or other style of Winter Boot instead. You'll understand why the first time you try to clean off caked-in mud and dirty snow off your Sheepskin UGG Boots!

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