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13 Splash-Worthy Toddler Rain Boots

With these durable (and adorable!) rain boots on your little one’s feet, wet days don’t have to mean dreary afternoons.

Being stuck inside all day with a rambunctious toddler can easily go sideways—but with the right raingear, cloudy skies don’t have to keep you and your kid from an afternoon of outdoor fun. We’ve gathered up some of the best toddler rain boots that’ll have no problem keeping pace with your little puddle-jumper.

Best Toddler Rain Boots

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Hunter Kids Davidson Boots

When it comes to adult rain boots, Hunter is a go-to brand. Turns out, their toddler rain boots are just as dependable, and come in even cuter color combos! The heel tab makes it simple to slip on and off, and the adjustable buckles snap closed for a secure fit. Bonus feature: Reflective safety patches help ensure that your little one stays visible, even on the cloudiest of days.

Buy it: $70, Zappos.com

Photo: Courtesy Carters

Carter’s Unicorn Rain Boots

What better way to brighten a drizzly day than with these smiley unicorn toddler rain boots? Padded insoles and a moisture-absorbing cotton lining are sure to keep your little one’s feet warm and dry, and built-in handles make for easy on-off access.

Buy it: $20, Carters.com

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Hatley Kids Limited Edition Rain Boots

The durability of Hatley boots combined with a too-cute dinosaur print? Yes, please. There won’t be any slipping or sliding with these rain boots on your kiddo’s feet, thanks to the grippy rubber soles. Pure cotton lining adds comfort and breathability, but the removable insole lets your child slip them on over their shoes, if they prefer.

Buy it: $42, Zappos.com

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Sperry Kids Saltwater Boot

It seems like the Sperry duck boots are everywhere these days—including the kids aisle! Go for an adorable mommy-and-me look: The cozy micro-fleece lining mean your little one will love these toddler rain boots as much as you love yours, and can take him from snow to rain no problem.

Buy it: $65, Zappos.com

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Crocs Bump It Rain Boot

Inspired by vintage-style sneakers, these toddler rain boots are (almost) too cool for school. They feature the original Croslite foam construction that Crocs are known for, keeping these kicks light and cushiony on your kid’s feet all day long.

Buy it: Starting at $21, Amazon.com

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JoJo Maman Bebe Duck Children’s Rain Boots

These ducky toddler rain boots were born for puddle-jumping. The soft, flexible rubber; anti-sweat lining and grippy ridged sole were all designed to keep your kiddo comfy all day long. What child wouldn’t be excited to splash about with these yellow rubber duckies on their feet?

Buy it: $45, JojoMamanBebe.com

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Lone Cone Children’s Waterproof Rubber Rain Boots

Sure, Lone Cone boots are made of 100 percent rubber, feature non-slip soles and have handles that let little ones easily put on their own shoes, but what earns these a spot among the best toddler rain boots are the super-playful, kid-friendly patterns! We’re loving this out-of-the-world space theme.

Buy it: Starting at $15, Amazon.com

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Ugg Toddlers’ Rahjee Rain Boot

Add a splash of color to an overcast afternoon with these sweet toddler rain boots. Moms say their kids find them super-comfy and easy to get on and off on their own. Added selling point: The boots are made in the USA.

Buy it: $45, Ugg.com

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Oaki Toddler Rain Boots

With the unicorn craze still going strong, anything sporting the magical creatures is bound to be a hit—but that’s not the only reason we love these toddler rain boots. The pure rubber construction and high boot shaft keep water out, and the high-traction tread keeps your kiddo on their feet.

Buy it: Starting at $16, Amazon.com

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Butler Rockhopper 3-in-1 Short Boot

Waterproof construction, non-slip treads and an easy-on heel tab come standard, but what makes these Butler shoes one of the best toddler rain boots is the innovative 3-in-1 design: These bad boys can be used as all-weather boots (good for fall, winter and spring), as rain boots that slip over your child’s shoes, or as a slippers with just the removable liners. And if your little one comes home covered in mud, no worries: Just toss the boots in the dishwasher and the liners in the washing machine.

Buy it: $70, TheButlerBrand.com

Photo: Courtesy Kamik Kids

Kamik Kids' Rainplaylo Rain Boot

Put a spring in your child’s step with these colorful rain boots. Thanks to the short calf shaft, they’re lighter and easier for toddlers to walk in. Plus, with the rubber outsole, grippy soles and convenient heel tab, they offer everything you’d want in a quality toddler rain boot.

Buy it: Starting at $15, Amazon.com

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Bogs Skipper Clouds Kids’ Lightweight Rain Boots

Have a toddler who’s not afraid of a few clouds? These toddler rain boots from Bogs will have no trouble keeping up: Not only are they 100 percent waterproof, but the lining also wicks away sweat to keep little feet dry for hours on end. Moms will especially love the cushioned footbeds with DuraFresh technology to fight nasty foot odors.

Buy it: $35, BogsFootwear.com

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The Original Muckboot Company Kids’ Hale Boot

When your kid is off mucking around, you’ll want these rain boots on their feet. The flex foam neoprene and breathable mesh lining provide extra warmth and comfort, and the slip-resistant outsoles help keep them safe. And that adorable monster pattern? We’re practically green with envy.

Buy it: $70, MuckbootCompany.com

Updated March 2019

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