Flash ‘n Splash Rain Boots Review

Disclosure: I received a pair of Flash ‘n Splash Boots to facilitate my Rain Boots Review. Regardless, all opinions are my own and those of my family.

Western Chief Kids

Western Chief Kids has released fun new rain boots that light up when kids walk, jump, stomp, and splash! I know all three of our kids have always been excited by shoes that light up, so the idea of rain boots that light up is definitely exciting! Western Chief Kids offer a variety of fun rainwear sets and products for kids, and the Flash ‘n Splash Rain Boots are new this Spring! They have already had an amazing response, and it’s no wonder! They’re so much fun!

For our review we received a pair of the Flash ‘n Splash in the camo style for our preschooler. They have so many cute rainwear products it was hard to choose, but I knew he would LOVE the lights!

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I was so excited when we received the boots! If they had adult sizes, I would definitely get a pair for myself as well! Of course, Chaz was excited, too! He has actually never had rain boots. It’s not because we haven’t gotten him rain boots. Because he has Sensory Processing Disorder he’s really particular about what he wears. He finds a lot of things to be uncomfortable, and rain boots were in that category. When I learned that the Flash ‘n Splash Boots had a moisture-absorbent cotton lining, I knew they would be different! Other boots we tried were rubber inside and out – and they definitely didn’t light up!

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Not only did he enjoy the cotton lining, but because he is very particular about being independent he also really liked the pull straps so he could put them on by himself! He still has challenges putting on regular shoes, so he was definitely excited he could put them on himself!

Then, of course, there are the lights. The highlight of the Flash ‘n Splash boots. They really are fun and bright! The boots use a clear plastic so you can not only see the nice cotton lining but can easily see the lights as well! The camo Flash ‘n Splash boots light up red and blue in the heel and light up when walking, though it’s always more fun to stomp in puddles. Of course, he likes them so much he wears them on days it’s not raining!

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Chaz definitely loves his Western Chief Kids Flash ‘n Splash Boots, and I’m so glad he finally HAS rain boots he wears and loves! He does occasionally let our daughter wear them, too, for fun because her feet aren’t that much bigger than his! I love that it allows him to be independent, comfortable, and have fun, too. The outsoles are deeply treaded, which is great for avoiding slips! I appreciate the sturdy quality and know they will last!

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The Flash ‘n Splash boots are available in four different styles!

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*Giveaway!*

If you would like the chance to win a pair of Western Chief Kids Flash ‘n Splash rain boots you will be excited to know you I’m hosting a giveaway! You can enter to win a pair through March 20th at 11pm Central Time. It’s open to US residents ages 18+. Enter the giveaway now!





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Comments

  1. K. Parker says:

    My little girl would love the polka dots.
    Kathleen P.

  2. Gale McCarron says:

    Love the little handles to help kids pull the boots on. Looks very well constructed too. Kids can be rough with their clothes. This looks like they’ll hold up well.

  3. Alison Gibb
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    I haven’t had a pair of rain boots since I was a kid. I actually would love a pair of these! So cute!

  4. Keno Moore
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    I would like a pair for my son.

  5. Jessica Medina says:

    My daughter would love a pair. but we liv ein Texas…it barely rains! lol

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