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Old 05-22-2009, 06:59 AM
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Default Western Chief Toddler/Little Kid Fireman Rain Boot

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Ok, my son wore them to death.He also got the "Jr. Fire Fighter Suit with helmet". That was a creat buy and 3 year of almost daily useage is still ok.The boot start falling apart at the seams.
These boots look great when you first get them, but they don't last very long at all. It was only a few months into wearing them when I realized that they came apart. They don't just come apart a little, they come apart almost completely, at least to the point of them being some flaps of rubber held together here and there. They split pretty much everywhere the black meets the yellow. It's a real shame because they look like there nice, but you can't always judge a boot by its looks, I guess.
We first got these boots for my [...]son for Easter and they split at the seam in about 1 month. Luckily this was just in time to have them replaced. Unfortunately after 6 months of wearing the replacements they too have multiple splits at the seams and several on top. However, I will say my son loves these boots and is disappointed that we can't send them back to the Easter bunny again.
My 3 year old son loves fire fighters and fire engines and everything else associated with them. I knew that he of course wanted to be a fire fighter for Halloween so I got him these boots to go with his costume. He LOVES them!!! I like it because if he is going outside to play he can put them on himself and he is very happy to do it!! He does sometimes wear them when we go out somewhere. But he doesn't raise too much fuss when we are going somewhere like church or out to eat and I want him to wear something else.
Really adorable as well as durable rain boots. Bought them to go along with my son's Halloween costume. He loves them and I am quite sure he'll get good use out them as rain boots as well.
It's a four-alarm sensation for kids with this fun Fire Department U.S.A. themed rain boots from Western Chief. Shiny rubber upper in a pull on rain boot style, with a rounded toe, textured toe bumper, fire chief badge and yellow striping wraparound detail with metallic center stripe. Double pull on handles. Soft fabric lining, cushioned insole. Seam sealed, with a traction patterned outsole.
He's is a hero to your own heart and to the lives of many others. Let him go puddle-jumping in the heroic style of the FDUSA rain boot from Western Chief. It features a full rubber outsole with a moisture-absorbing cotton lining, a removable cushioned insole, and a high abrasion rubber outsole for a slip-resistant step on both wet and dry surfaces. What's more, the pull-tabs on the shaft allow her to slip these adorable boots on and off with complete ease.


Jr. Fire Fighter Suit with helmet, size 4/6 (tan):http:///index.php?id=B000BN8Y2W
Boys' Western Chief 'FDUSA' Fireman Raincoat:http:///index.php?id=B000H5CBC8
Big Frank's Fire Truck (Pictureback(R)):http:///index.php?id=067985438X
Boys' Western Chief 'Fdusa' Fireman Rain Hat:http:///index.php?id=B000H4FM2K
Even Firefighters Hug Their Moms:http:///index.php?id=0142401919


Western Chief Toddler/Little Kid F.D.U.S.A. Raincoat:http:///index.php?id=B000J67MJW
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