Dryshod Kid's Outdoor Series

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posted on June 30, 2020
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Dryshod has expanded its line of waterproof boots into kids' sizes. The newly released Kid's Outdoor Series includes three styles, ensuring protection on any adventure. These are the Kid's Haymaker Boot, the Kid's Tuffy Sport Boot and the Kid's Arctic Storm Winter Boot, all of which include premium Dryshod Rubber Boot technology, are constructed with a densoprene foam bootie and a hydrokote water-repellent coating, and are available in mid- or hi-calf variations. 

The Kid's Haymaker boot, is a work boot suited for rugged conditions. A DS1 molded outsole provides traction across all surface conditions, while an integrated nylon shank adds stability. The Haymaker is comfortable for both cold- or warm-weather use, and includes an EVA molded sock liner that can be removed to keep the boots dry and fresh at the end of the day. MSRP: $89.95

The Kid's Tuffy sport boot is designed for protection during play time. With a high-grip calendared outsole and a steel shank, the boot offers arch support and protection in an all-season boot. MSRP: $74.95-$79.95

Finally, the Kid's Arctic Storm Winter Boot ensures comfort in harsh winter conditions, with six layers of protection, including a 5mm booties and a 2.5mm densoprene XD foam layer for insulation. A 2mm airmesh layer, meanwhile, keeps the air flowing while minimizing moisture buildup. Finally, a fleece lining keeps feet comfortable all day. MSRP: $94.95

For more information on any of the above, or any more Dryshod products, please visit dryshodusa.com.

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