|▪Durable Goodyear 3-D Welt construction
▪Full Length EVA Midsole for extra cushioning
▪Kid's 6-Layer Rocky Ride Comfort System
▪Long Lasting Leather Upper
▪Padded Cushion Insole
▪Soft Mesh Shaft Lining
▪Taped Side Seams
This is a serious western boot that has been built to withstand all the action and adventures your little cowboy can handle. The Rocky Kid’s Branson Roper Western Boots (style #3575) are the best for your little one!
The upper is made entirely of genuine leather.
It’s soft, durable and rugged. To create the "Just like Dad’s” styling,
the pattern that has been used is an exact replica of our men’s Branson
Saddle Roper boots.They feature the same saddle treatment and fancy stitching on the
shaft. No detail was overlooked; even the pull-tabs and finger holes are
Since you won’t find an adult who wants to wear a boot
that aggravates their legs or makes them uncomfortable, why should kids
be any different? A soft mesh lining has been added to the shaft, and taped side seams have been positioned on the boot in order to provide comfort for his little feet and legs.
The round toe last gives wiggle room for little toes.
It must be said that these are not toy boots! They’re made with durable Goodyear 3-D welt construction, and have a storm welt to aid with shape retention and to block water and debris from getting into the boots.
To give proper recognition of the difference between men’s and boy’s feet, our kid's Rocky Ride Comfort System is 6-layer, but still offers the comfort and performance of the men’s Original Ride System. These features include: a
soft, padded cushion insole, a steel shank to give support and torsion
control, and full length EVA midsole for extra cushioning.
The tread pattern on the rubber Ride outsole is durable and slip-resistant. It is made to give your little one maximum surface contact. You’ll also like that the tread is not too deep, and this is done purposely to avoid having your child track mud inside.
Rope in a pair of Rocky Kid's Branson Roper Western Boots for your little rancher. You’ll both be glad you did.