I liked the support given to the ankle by the Tora GTX – but that protecting might take some getting used to by your young one if they’ve only been used to low-level trainers and shoes. They could find it quite enclosing and restrictive – which is a problem for all children’s walking boots. However, Brasher have added a fairly padded collar to help alleviate this.
own a bendy path, you need excellent walkingboots. I recommend these boots because they are comfortable, have good grips and are water proof.
The boots give you good heel support which helps to stop your heels hurting while you are walking. My feet felt very comfy because inside the boots were quite springy.
They are waterproof too. When I was going up Mam Tor, I trod in a big puddle with just my wellies on and got my feet extremely wet. But when I went up Glenridding Dodd me and my dad had to go through a muddy marsh and my feet were as dry as can be.
The only thing I could find that was wrong with the boots is the laces. They are a bit difficult for me to tie up and my Dad has to tie them up for me.I don't like the fact that some other brands make the children's boots look silly and not like proper walking boots so I would definitely recommend these boots.
Waterproof and breathable GORE-TEX lining
Good ankle support
Comfortable to wear on different terrains
Some children could find ankle support restrictive