These are the kind of boots a child will want to put on no matter what the weather just because they are so much fun to wear. I’ve heard stories of little ones who carry the boots around everywhere they go or almost fall over backwards trying to look at their own feet while wearing these rubber boots.
One caution, however, about buying boots online. You may want to trace your child’s feet and send the paper along with your order. I’m not sure whether or not that would help, but it would be worth a try. Some parents have complained that they received a pair of rubber boots they ordered online and they were too small for their child. This can be rectified by sending the boots back and getting a larger size, but that adds cost for shipping, which could make the boots more expensive than ones you’d find in the store.
My advice would be to order size carefully, erring on the side of too big rather than too small. Although you want to hit the size perfectly, your child can grow into the boots if they’re too big, but if they’re too small, your only solution is to send them back or give them to a younger sibling or friend.