Travelling with kids can be a challenge, whether you are home or away, but it is such a rewarding experience for all the family.
We like to go off the beaten track and really explore wherever it is that we are visiting, whether it be a historical building or enjoying the great outdoors where we let the kids be kids and help find the courage to clamber over rocks or explore that dark and eerie cave.
When exploring places with the kids it is important for them to be properly dressed for the occasion and alongside our trusty waterproofs, woolly hats and gloves and warm winter coats, we would be lost without a good pair of walking boots.
KEEN offers a wide range of hiking boots which are perfect for these outdoor adventures, whether you are a boy or girl of four, fourteen or forty years old.
The Targhee boot is perfect for courageous fathers and sons, whilst the Terradora is made for active mothers and daughters and both styles are waterproof, giving you peace of mind for impromtu paddles in puddles, rivers or even the sea.
One of the features I really love is the heel lock and secure t lace capture system (or easy fit hook and loop closure in little kids editions) which are not only easy to do up, but keep feet stable and secure.
The padded tongue and collar and cushioned footbed gives incredible comfort from the first step too, plus non-marking, robust rubber outsole ensures reliable traction on a wide range of terrains, leaving little ones free to focus on the adventure afoot and discover the beauty of the great outdoors.
Plus, the whole fabulous range of walking boots comes in fun colours sure to please even the most judicious of juniors.
Travel is so much bigger than the destination, outdoor adventures really connect you to the whole family and helps create memories that will keep you talking about them for years.
KEEN currently have a fabulous New Years sale on with up to 40% off their range of hiking boots – to check it out, head to www.keenfootwear.com/en-gb/sale
Disclaimer: We were sent KEEN footwear for the kids for the purpose of a review. All thoughts and opinions are our own.