Stonz: The Original Versatile Bootie
Stonz signature product is their innovative and award-winning Booties. Lisa Will, the founder of Stonz, knows busy moms don’t have time to mess around. The booties are a big help in the cool-weather months. With a fleece-lined inner and coated nylon exterior there is no need to second-guess whether your kiddo’s toes are staying warm and dry. Additionally, they’ve got soft soles for a custom fit and toggles at both the calf and ankle to ensure they stay put.
Stonz Booties are reasonably priced at $39.99 USD and available in a wide range of colors and new designs including Monkeys, Cherries, Flames and Robots. I was lucky enough to receive a pair of Stonz Booties in Polka Dot Brown to try and review just before a family trip to Leavenworth.
My 14 month-old doesn’t have winter boots, as she’s just getting steady on her feet. The Stonz Booties fit right over her regular shoes and are easy to put on & off- another plus since getting her dressed feels a bit like a wrestling match. Another great feature is that they fit up over the bottom of her jeans, in doing so made sure that her legs and calves are warm and dry.
A few great features about Stonz Booties
· For Fall, Winter & Spring – Just layer up or down
· Water and wind-resistant coated nylon upper with fleece lining
· Wide opening and two adjustable toggles keep Booties on!
· Soft, skid-resistant soles recommended for developing feet
· Machine wash & dry, inside out on delicate.
· Canadian Podiatric Medical Association Seal of Approval.
I am looking forward to using the Stonz Booties into Spring and the Fall. Because the design is so versatile I may be able to get another Winter season out of them just adding the Bootiez Linerz to eliminate the need to wear shoes inside.
Stonz Booties are a great multi-season wardrobe essential, especially for the Northwest. They are functional and very stylish.
Christine is our in house baby product reviewer. She has two children that are quite adorable, one is 3 1/2 months old and the other is three and in my son’s preschool class. When she’s not taking maternity leave she works at the local children’s hospital