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Kamik Stomp Youth Rainboot

Kamik Stomp Youth Rainboot

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Keep your feet dry and comfy at camp this Summer with the tried and true Stomp Rain Boot from Kamik. Available in an array of vibrant colors, the Stomp's waterproof synthetic rubber construction and removable comfort footbed makes this rain boot a can't-miss for your camper.

  • Materials: Synthetic Rubber
  • Weight: Approx 1.73 lbs
  • Care Instructions: Wipe clean, take out liner to air dry
  • Country of Origin: Canada
  • Warranty: Kamik one year warranty against manufacturer defects
  • Outsole Material : Kamik's BLAZER Rubber Outsole
  • Waterproof : yes
  • Height : 9.25 Inches
  • Support : Removable Kamik Comfort Footbed



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Picture of rainy campsite with Kamik logo overlaid

      We got a hold of Margaret, the Associate Manager of Field Marketing at Kamik, and learned all about the family-owned Canadian rain boot business. We also took some time to talk about her glorious days at summer camp. But let’s talk Kamik before we get into camp. Keeping feet covered for over a hundred years, the Kamik Stomp is one tried and true Rain Boot constructed of reliable and waterproof synthetic rubber. They’re designed for durability despite the rugged lifestyle they serve. That’s why we’re sure to include them in our solid selection of rain boots.

"I had never been canoeing before that," said Margaret. "Or boating, or sleeping outside in a tent, or orienteering with a compass..."

      So what‘s the name mean, anyway? Good question. Margaret informed us that ‘Kamik’ is the Inuit (or Eskimo) word for ‘foot covering’.

      Much has changed about the company since they first got their start in 1898—in fact, almost everything is different. Their focus on footwear manufacturing is pretty much the only thing that hasn’t changed. In the midst of many companies today who are shifting their business overseas, Kamik is still proud to be manufacturing their footwear with awesome success in North America.

      It was 1932 when the company (called Charron Manufacturing back then) changed their named to Genfoot Inc.—parent company of Kamik—and shifted focus from the production of women’s shoes to performance footwear. The Kamik brand arose in the 70’s and became a full-fledged business in the 90’s. Kamik remains a thriving business today with recent breakthroughs in recyclable, synthetic rubber that keeps its flexibility and traction in the conditions of a wintry day or a summer scorcher!

Speaking of summer scorchers…

      Margaret spent her hot summer days among the Laurentian Mountains at Frontier Lodge, a Christian Youth Camp in Quebec, north of Montreal. She clearly enjoyed her summer stays because she went back several times from 12 years old to 14. We asked her what she enjoyed the most about camp, but it was pretty much everything! In an attempt to narrow it down, what Margaret loved the most was all the new experiences and fun opportunities made available at summer camp.

      “I had never been canoeing before that,” said Margaret. “Or boating, or sleeping outside in a tent, or orienteering with a compass…” Though Margaret referred to her camp experience as being full of the “usual activities,” it’s apparent when talking to her that these adventures have had a lasting affect on her. Summer camp offered her an education about the outdoors, community, and herself.

      She recalled constructing a totem pole with her cabin mates to represent their cabin and she told us about the themes they would have throughout the week. But what stuck out clearest to Margaret was having to take ‘morning dips’ at 7am in Lake Wallace. “You had to go at least up to your head!” Margaret told us.

      Reflecting on her time at camp, Margaret expressed how grateful she was to have the camp experience that she did. Learning about the outdoors was very important to her. “Nowadays, kids grow up in condos,” she said, making the point that camp is essential to kids in the modern day. “You have to get out there and rough it,” she told us. “We want to help kids get out and enjoy the outdoors.” We knew Kamik belonged in our selection of Rain Boots. Get them for the comfort and protection of your camper!

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