janeser wrote:Think they'll be any good on snow? My sons hate having to put on snow boots, then change into regular shoes at school. I love the idea of not having to pack extra shoes and socks, also. I can buy the oldest those little chain grips that go on shoes, but not such a good idea for the younger one.
I bought these for my kids, and they are great shoes. no chance to try them on the white stuff yet, but i know from other teva shoes that they have great anti-slippage soles. I'd give 'em a try, especially because there are some wet slushy or wet rainy days where these would likely be perfect.
Oh, and since Teva's are so durable, i bought them really big to get more time out of them, and they do run on the small side.