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Kids Snow Boots – Ideal for a White Christmas gift...

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Everyone has heard of the classic Christmas song ‘I’m dreaming of a White Christmas’ sung by Bing Crosby.

To get you into the Christmas spirit why not listen to the vintage original version from the 1942 film...Holiday Inn. Music and lyrics by Irving Berlin:

Weather forecasters are all predicting a severely cold winter with lots of snow. The last white Christmas was 2010. Looking at climate history, wintry weather is more likely between January and March than December.

Snow or sleet falls on average 5 days in December, compared to 7.6 days in January, 6.8 days in February and 6 days in March.

You can check out snow risk, in your local area, at this Website:

Are you and the family prepared for snow? Have you got the kids Christmas presents yet? If not, what about buying them a practical, yet fashionable, pair of kids winter boots from Giant Strides?

Giant Strides supply a large range of different styled designer children’s footwear, which are ideal for kids Christmas presents. Our kids winter boots make sure your children’s feet are warm and toasty from the wind, rain and seasonal cold weather.

Our kids snow boots are designed including features such as durable extra deep soles, front zip openings for easy fitting, drawstring pulls to prevent snow from getting into the boots, non slip soles, thermal insulation and much more. To view individual specifications for each pair of our kids snow boots, simply select the boot images. With Olang, Hi Tec, Manbi and other snow boot brands available, you'll be spoilt for choice...

Have a Wonderful Christmas and a Happy New Year!!!

Giant Strides

Quality Children’s Footwear at Sensible Prices

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