Kids cowboy boots and toddlers cowboy boots extremely are popular for plenty of reasons, including that kids and toddlers look very cute in them.
For starters, many kids ride horses. I remember fondly the few times I did. Riding boots of course make sense for kids that ride regularly. I didn’t ride regularly as a kid but wish I had!
If you have cowboy boots, well, your children will obviously want them too. Children not surprisingly like to imitate adults they look up to, which are why I try to set a good example and you should too! Perhaps you ride horses, or just love the fashion, or line dancer, or something else in boots. If you have cowboy boots, especially several pairs, your children or perhaps nieces and nephews will want them too.
Also children love anything Western. Perhaps not all children, but certainly most. I remember fondly playing cowboys and Indians (called Native Americans which is far more accurate today) fondly. I usually got to play an Indian Chief, often Crazy Horse or Cochise, and always refused to surrender. Cowboy hats, cowboy boots, they love them all.
Of course the only problem with kids cowboy boots is that kids, and their feet, grow so quickly that they outgrow their boots quickly. In our family with a 9, 7, and 5 year old fortunately we can hand me down and recycle quite easily. This saves a lot of money on boots.
There are plenty of options available for under $40 a pair, including lots of pinks for little girls and more. Their are many choices available, really an amazing array.
A prime example are the Old West Children’s Ostrich-Print Cowboy Boots which are about $30 to $40 depending on size. They are popular boots and feature authentic western styling made to look like mom or dad’s boots, and they are available in a wide variety of sizes ranging from toddler sizes 4 to 8, and children’s sizes, 8 1/2 through 3. They come in a brown “peanut brittle” and black colors, both of which kids love. And if these aren’t the perfect boots, there are plenty of other choices available in both kids and toddlers cowboy boots.
I always look online first for boots to get an idea of what is available. I like being able to look from the comfort of home. I also love the idea of patronizing local dealers and having my kids actually get to try them on first!