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The last thing you want during rain or snow is soaked feet. But what do you wear? You need a certain type of footwear for work, but it may offer little regarding waterproof protection.
Thank the shoe gods for rain boots, however. As we’ll see in our reviews of the best rain boots for men, they keep your feet dry and comfortable when the weather takes a downturn.
We’ll not only review the best rain boots – including the Muck Wetland Premium Field Boots – but look at different types of wet weather footwear, and also how to style rain boots.
Plus, we’ll answer some frequently asked questions about rain boots.
Let’s start with rain boot buying tips.
|Muck Wetland Rubber Premium Men's Field Boots||Check on Amazon →|
|Bogs Mens Classic High No Handle Waterproof Insulated Rain Boot||Check on Amazon →|
|HUNTER Men's Original Short||Check on Amazon →|
|Kamik Men's Hunter Boot||Check on Amazon →|
|Rockport Rugged Bucks Waterproof Boots||Check on Amazon →|
|Xtratuf Full Rubber Ankle Deck Boot||Check on Amazon →|
|Servus PVC Steel Toe Work Boots||Check on Amazon →|
|Unicare Chelsea Rain Boots||Check on Amazon →|
|Skechers Men’s Segment Melego Waterproof Chukka Boots||Check on Amazon →|
|Honeywell Clc Custom Leathercraft R23010 Pvc Rain Boots||Check on Amazon →|
|Timberland Flume Waterproof Boot||Check on Amazon →|
Before you buy: 7 Things to consider when purchasing rain boots
Not all rain boots are the same, which becomes obvious once you start shopping for them. And, like with most men’s footwear, what best suits another man might not suit you very well at all.
Not that you shouldn’t look for the same attributes, features, and functions, however. Keep the following tips in mind when buying rain boots:
1. Water resistance
If rain boots can’t keep your feet dry, are they really rain boots? Probably not, because rain boots should be 100% water-resistant; it only makes sense.
What it comes down to is the style of the boot. Rain boots that are shorter in length – such as ankle-high boots – have a more casual look but probably aren’t your best option if you’re constantly slogging through water and much.
They’re fine if you only plan to wear them in urban settings on rainy days.
In general, the most water-resistant boots are those with shafts that extend to your calf and beyond. They’ll keep your feet dry if you participate in a lot of winter activities, like hiking, hunting, camping, etc., or if you work outdoors during all seasons.
Getting the right fit is essential when shopping for footwear, and rain boots are no exception. One of the challenges of getting the right fit in rain boots is that many brands and styles don’t come in half-sizes, and you may not find a fit in your exact size.
While you can measure your own feet – you’ll need a pencil, paper, and a ruler – it’s always best to have your feet measured by a professional, if possible.
The overall fit of your rain boots shouldn’t be too snug, although it should be snug where the top of its shaft meets your leg; you want to prevent rain and snow from getting inside your boots, after all.
If the fit of your boots seems a little loose (but not too loose), you can always make up the difference by wearing midweight socks or thicker. You also want to leave enough room in the toe area so that you can move your toes comfortably.
You may not need rain boots in a climate that’s dry most of the year. But if the precipitation levels are consistent where you live, then you need a good pair of rain boots.
Insulated rain boots offer warmth, which is an important factor to consider if you live in a climate where temperatures dip dramatically during certain times of the year. If you live in a more moderate climate, insulated rain boots may become too warm.
Dependable traction is essential in wet or wintry conditions. Consider the type of outsole material – most rain boots feature rubber soles – its lugs, and geometry before purchasing them. In general, the larger the lugs, the better the traction.
Comfort, like the fit, is essential if you’re going to spend money on a boot that you hope lasts a long time. And a key factor for comfort is the boot’s cushioning and insoles.
You’ll find a wide range of cushioning and insoles available in rain boots. For most people, an insole that offers plenty of support (it holds your feet and arches in a comfortable position all day) suit most people.
You can also add specialized insoles to your rain boots if they don’t provide the midsole cushioning and support you need.
In general, casual rain boots are more stylish than rain boots meant for more intense outdoor use. Also, keep in mind that the rain boot design looks best when you tuck your pants into the boots.
Let’s move on to our reviews of the best rain boots for 2020.
The 11 best rain boots for men in 2020
- Shock absorbent
- Good traction
The best rain boots for:
While Muck’s Wetland Field Boots are ideal for any man who wants to keep his feet dry and comfortable in wet conditions, they’re especially good for hunters, fishermen, and anyone who works outdoors.
They’re also exceptionally comfortable thanks to their neoprene construction that’s flexible and offers superior flexibility.
Muck makes plenty of quality boots, but their Field Boots rise to the top of the list for the reasons we’ve already listed and several more:
- They’re 100% waterproof from the toe to the top of the boot. In other words, they’ll keep your feet dry whether you’re hiking over wet and muddy terrain, trudging through snow, or whatever outdoor activity you have in mind.
- They fit snugly around the calf to keep moisture out, but not so snug that they’re uncomfortable.
- They have a lightweight EVA midsole that adds extra cushioning.
- A breathable Airmesh lining wicks away excess heat and moisture.
- Your feet stay warm and toasty even when temperatures dip below 0°.
- There’s a wrap-up toe bumper that provides extra protection.
- A ribbed rubber outsole has excellent traction and overall support.
All in all, the Muck Field Boots upholds Muck Boots’ high standards for comfort and quality. It’s hard to beat a boot that combines such comfort and ruggedness.
- Airmesh lining helps keep your feet cool and comfortable while allowing for excellent airflow.
- The boot’s shaft fits snugly against the calf to keep water out but isn’t too tight.
- The heavy-duty outsole offers the traction you need for all types of terrain.
- Heavier than some other boots.
You need to give Muck’s Field Boots serious consideration if you spend a lot of time outdoors in wet conditions. They’re comfortable, durable, and completely waterproof.
The best rain boots for:
Men who need a boot they can count on in the rain and snow
Bogs makes footwear that outdoor enthusiasts love but also footwear that anyone who encounters bad weather loves.
The men’s Classic High No-Handle Waterproof Insulated Rain and Winter Boot is a Bogs favorite, and one that can handle inclement weather in the great outdoors or in urban environments.
The effectiveness of this Bogs boot starts with its construction.
The Bogs’ team creates it from a single piece of rubber that results in a smooth design that doesn’t allow water to penetrate its exterior. You don’t have to worry about the midsole separating from the rest of the boot.
Another excellent feature is its contoured EVA footbed that features DuraFresh biotechnology that fights foot odor. Another feature within the boot’s interior is a Max-Wick liner, which moves sweat away from the foot to help keep them dry and comfortable.
Additionally, the interior features a four-way stretch that moves with the natural movements of your foot and 7MM Neo-Tech waterproof insulation that keeps water out your feet warm for up to -40°.
Like all Bogs products, the Classic High Insulated Rain and Winter Snow Boot come with a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
- Rubber slip-resistant outsole provides traction and stability.
- Moisture-wicking lining keeps your feet dry and comfortable.
- Design to be effective in even the coldest temperatures.
- Sizing runs small.
Bogs have a lot of excellent rain and snow boots from which to choose, but their Class High Waterproof Insulated Rain and Winter Snow boot rise to the top.
- Durable design
- Comfortable insole
- Sealed upper rim
The best rain boots for:
Anyone looking for a high-end rain boot
The British-based Hunter brand is highly regarded in the footwear world, and its rain boots rank among the best in many reviews. They make some of the best men’s fashion rain boots, including their original Short Boot.
The latter is a Hunter classic and has many excellent features that wearers – and we – love. While they may cost more than many other rain boots, they’re an excellent investment that represents money well spent.
Made from 100% rubber – and 100% waterproof – the Hunter Short Boot has a fully-sealed upper rim that keeps water out while enclosing the lining within.
While many rubber boots are heavy, Hunter lightens the load by removing small bits of it from the heel, creating a lighter weight feel that makes it easier to travel long distances on foot.
Traction and stability come from a calendared natural rubber sole. “Calendared” means the sole’s construction includes running a sheet of uncured rubber through a dual roller press. The top roller features the tread pattern while the bottom roller is smooth.
The insole features multi-layer sponge cushioning for superior comfort, while there’s also a quick-drying knitted nylon lining. Your feet will stay warm and dry without overheating.
Again, the Hunter brand is noteworthy for all the right reasons and has a long tradition of producing some of the best boots around. Their men’s Original Short Boots are no exception.
- The tread pattern channels water away and doesn’t trap debris.
- The nylon lining is quick-drying and made to last.
- Easy to clean.
- They have a tight fit, so pay attention to sizing.
You’ll pay a bit more for Hunter’s rain boots, but you also get more. We love the Short Boot’s durable construction, traction, and stability, and we think you will, too.
- Adjustable collar
- Moisture-wicking lining
- Excellent grip
Best rain boots for:
Anyone who wants a boot that can withstand winter’s freezing temperatures
The name says “hunter” boots, but don’t let it fool you. Kamik’s boots, after all, provide excellent rain and cold protection no matter where you are – in the woods, in the city, sloshing through the rain and snow.
Besides, no matter what you call them, they keep water out of your boots and off your feet. It has a cinch-closure at the top that not only prevents water from seeping in, but also helps keep with warmth inside the boot where it belongs.
But you don’t need to worry about your feet becoming too hot, either, because of a thermal guard liner that wicks moisture and is very breathable.
The boot also features Kamik’s Explorer synthetic rubber outsole that provides excellent traction and support on all kinds of terrain. The boot’s body consists of 95% rubber and 5% nylon: it’s flexible and won’t weigh you down.
- Thermal-guard liner is breathable and wicks away moisture while keeping your feet warm.
- The cinch closure keeps moisture out and the heat from escaping.
- Slip-on design for ease of use.
- Durability may be an issue
Many customers swear by Kamik’s boots, and it’s easy to see why. They protect your feet from the elements and provide a comfortable fit that you’ll enjoy.
- Stylish design
- Waterproof construction
- Leather construction
The best rain boots for:
Anyone looking for an ankle-high rain boot
Not everyone wants a rain boot that covers most of their lower leg. There’s nothing wrong with those boots, not by any stretch, but you may be in the group that prefers something a little more stylish.
Or, a little more appropriate for the office and semi-casual dress codes.
The Rockport Rugged Bucks Boot is just such a boot: it’s ankle-high, features the kind of stylish, leather construction one comes to expect from Rockport, and it’s waterproof.
The Rugged Bucks feature Rockport’s Hydro-Shield waterproofing construction that provides exceptional rain resistance.
Another Rockport feature we like is its truTech comfort system. It features a removable footbed with plenty of cushioning, as well as lightweight-yet-effective shock absorption. And, there’s a padded collar that contributes to this boot’s overall comfort.
Traction, stability, and additional support comes from a non-slip synthetic outsole. It has a multidirectional tread pattern that’s effective on any terrain.
- Good for the office and inclement weather conditions.
- Rugged design with excellent support and traction.
- Stylish leather construction
- Ankle-high design isn’t great for deep puddles or snow.
You’ll appreciate the versatility and comfort of the Rugged Bucks Waterproof Boots. You’ll look good while keeping your feet dry.
- Great traction
The best rain boots for:
Anyone looking for excellent water shoes
When we say that XTratuf’s Rubber Ankle Deck Boots are “water” shoes, we mean that they’re great for a variety of water activities – such as fishing or spending time on a potentially wet and slippery boat deck.
While they certainly excel in those environments, they’re also good shoes for day-to-day wear during periods of precipitation, whether you’re on or near the water or not.
As their name suggests, the Xtratuf boots feature an ankle-high design that keeps your feet dry during most inclement weather conditions (although you shouldn’t wear them for trudging in deep snow).
They have a 100% waterproof construction with protection on which you can count. But another quality feature is its Chevron slip-resistant outsole that offers excellent traction in extreme conditions on any surface.
There’s more to like, however, including front and rear pull loops that makes putting them on and taking them off a breeze.
Wearers also appreciate the Xtratuf Ankle Deck Boots lightweight design that enables them to move freely and easily without the feel of heavier boots.
They also feature an anti-microbial-microbial liner that’s breathable, moisture-wicking, and anti-microbial technology to keep odor at bay. A rounded toe helps enhance its overall comfort, as well.
While it’s a boot that’s perfect for a boat deck, it’s also one that looks good enough to wear in the city, and functional enough that you might consider it as workwear. They’re also comfortable enough to wear while driving.
- Superior traction that rates higher than traction found on most other rain boots.
- Anti-microbial-microbial liner wicks moisture away from the foot while preventing odor.
- Lightweight yet durable design.
- The fit is a bit small, so size accordingly
Xtratuf’s ankle deck boots are ideal for navigating slippery boat decks but versatile enough to wear for many other functions. They also feature a lightweight, breathable design.
- Rugged design
- 100% waterproof
The best rain boot for:
Men who work outdoors
If you work outdoors, you don’t have a choice of weather conditions. If it rains, you may still need to work, or if you work in food processing plants or other similar type jobs where things can get slippery, the show must go on.
That’s why you need footwear such as the Servus PVC Steel Toe Work Boot. It’s 100% waterproof, which is a must, but it’s rugged enough to withstand the rigors of physical labor.
It’s also slip-resistant and consists of PVC-molded construction that protects it from chemicals and fertilizers that can cause them to break down.
The steel toes protect against workplace mishaps and falling objects, while a cleated outsole prevents slips and falls on wet surfaces.
They’re also comfortable and not just rugged. A lightweight Foot Form contour cushion midsole provides all the arch and heel support you need, and it’s removable, washable, and replaceable.
The Servus boot’s design also creates plenty of flexibility in the calf area that reduces irritation and helps enhance all-day comfort. Plus, a contoured heel cup reduces heel slippage.
- Lightweight cushioned insole
- Cleated outsole prevents slippage
- The calf area is flexible and comfortable
- They’re a bit heavier than some other rain boots
Rugged work requires rugged footwear, and Servus answers the bell with its PVC Steel Toe men’s work boots. They’re waterproof and durable enough to last a long time.
- Stylish design
The best rain boots for:
Men looking for Chelsea rain boots
No rule says that rain boots for men can’t be stylish and keep your feet protected from the elements at the same time.
Unicare’s Chelsea Rain Boots are an excellent example; they feature an attractive Chelsea boot design that helps them rank among the best men’s rain boots for work, especially if you work in an office or another type of business setting.
You can even wear them on non-rainy days if you choose thanks to, again, their design. All Unicare boots are handmade, and their attention to detail is obvious.
They’re also waterproof and durable enough that you don’t have to worry about them breaking down anytime soon, even if you spend a lot of time on your feet.
Soft, lightly padded insoles and a polyester lining contribute to the Unicare Chelsea Rain Boots overall comfort. The lining is breathable and sweat-absorbent and helps keep your feet comfortable and dry throughout the day.
The rubber outsoles feature a heavy-duty lug tread that prevents you from slipping and offers excellent traction.
You’ll also appreciate how affordable these boots are considering all they have to offer. They have a stylish design that looks good in a variety of settings.
- The cushioned insoles provide all-day comfort even if you’re on your feet all day.
- They’re easy to clean; simply wipe them with a wet cloth.
- They consist of 100% recyclable material.
- Check the sizing carefully; they may run small.
Unicare’s Chelsea Rain Boots look great in many different settings while helping to keep your feet dry during times of high precipitation.
- Classy leather upper
- Lace-up design
- Memory Foam insole
The best rain boots for:
Anyone shopping for men’s fashion rain boots
The Skechers Melego represents something of a departure from our other reviews of the best rain boots. For one, it features a lace-up design and looks as much like a shoe as it does a boot.
For another, it’s something you can wear to the office and at the office – rather than having to switch out your rain boots for a pair of more formal shoes.
Then again, Skechers has a strong reputation for creating trendy footwear designs, and they carry on the tradition with the Melegos, which are among the best shoes for rain and snow.
The Melego has a 100% waterproof-treated leather upper that looks more stylish than most traditional rain boot designs.
It also includes cool features such as a stitched-seam moc toe front, contrast-colored leather overlays, and side perforation accents that look good and help to provide a cooling effect.
But a nice-looking shoe doesn’t earn high marks from us if it’s not comfortable also.
The Skechers Melego has a roomy, relaxed fit, a soft fabric shoe lining, and gel-infused Memory Foam that delivers exceptional cushioning. It comes with a padded collar and tongue for added comfort.
The flexible rubber outsole has excellent traction and stability and, along with the supportive midsole, offers excellent shock absorption.
- Smooth, oiled leather upper looks good and is waterproof.
- The midsole is supportive and shock-absorbent.
- It has a stylish, lace-up design.
- Some wearers say the Melego is too warm.
The Skechers Melego is a good all-around shoe that also happens to function as a rain boot that you can count on to keep your feet dry and comfortable.
- Excellent traction
The best rain boots for:
Men looking an affordable, quality rain boot
Honeywell combines value with quality in its CLC R23010 PVC rain boots, which are budget-friendly but still comfortable and waterproof. What’s not to like?
It all starts with PVC polyblend injection-molded seamless construction that keeps your feet dry in all wet weather conditions. They’re also ideal for men who work in agriculture and whose boots need protection from harsh chemicals and fertilizers.
They also feature Honeywell’s Comfort Technology for easy flexibility, while each boot is reinforced at crucial stress points for excellent durability.
The boot’s interior features a lightweight, contour cushion insole that’s sturdy enough to provide the arch and heel support you need no matter what your activity. It’s also removable, washable, and replaceable.
We love the CLC R23010’s outsole that features deeply-angled cleats. You’ll experience superior traction on slippery surfaces, while a contoured heel cup reduces heel slippage.
It’s an excellent boot for any man who works in agriculture, as mentioned, but also for men who work in jobs such as food processing, or in custodial jobs.
- The injection-molded construction is seamless and 100% waterproof.
- They won’t wear out prematurely due to exposure to harsh chemicals or fertilizers.
- Very affordable considering the overall quality of the boot.
- May feel a bit heavy to some.
While the Honeywell CLC rain boot may lack the bells and whistles of other, more expensive boots, they lack nothing regarding quality. They’re durable, sturdy, and keep your feet protected.
- Seam-sealed construction
- Waterproof leather
- Lightweight cushioning
The best rain boot for:
A versatile ankle-high rain boot
The Timberland name conjures up images of walking on a forest trail or hiking on hills and rocky terrain. Their Flume Waterproof Boot is good for both of those activities, and more.
The Flume, named for New Hampshire’s picturesque Flume Gorge, is versatile enough to wear whether you’re in a backpacking country or working in the concrete jungle. And no matter where you wear it, you can count on waterproof protection that keeps your feet dry.
Made from premium full-grain leather, the Flume has seam-sealed construction that keeps moisture out, while a fully gusseted tongue keeps debris out of the shoe’s interior. It also helps your feet stay warm when temperatures start to drop.
You’ll also appreciate the Flume’s lightweight compression-molded EVA midsole and footbed, which provide lightweight cushioning and shock absorption. Whether you walk several miles or spend your workday on your feet, the Flume offers the comfort you need.
Excellent traction comes from a solid rubber outsole that features multidirectional lugs. You’ll have the stability you need without worrying about slipping.
- A breathable interior that wicks away moisture.
- They’ll keep your feet protected from rain and snow.
- Versatile enough to wear in the great outdoors or on the job.
- Check sizing carefully.
Timberland’s Flume is another terrific ankle-high boot that keeps your feet protected from the elements. It features solid construction and plenty of comfort.
6 Tips for wearing rain boots without looking out of place
While rain boots aren’t necessarily a fashion statement – function beats form, in this case – there are still a few things to keep in mind while wearing them so that you don’t look like too much of a geek.
1. Don’t wear them with shorts
Rain boots aren’t designed for shorts and, thus, shouldn’t be worn with them. There’s no rule against it, of course, but it’s a mismatch on many levels.
OK, some women wear rain boots with shorts; they have the legs for it. But a man with shorts and rain boots? Not so much.
2. Wear them with casual clothing
3. A larger fit is better
It’s not a bad idea to choose rain boots that are one size larger than your regular shoe size.
Many rain boots consist of rubber, which is a more restrictive material that may make it difficult to stretch your toes or to allow your foot to breathe within in it properly. A looser fit resolves those issues.
4. Wear them with jeans
Jeans and rain boots pair well together for many reasons, including that they’re both examples of casual clothing. And, rain boots and jeans have a workman-like aesthetic that also pairs well.
5. Tuck your jeans into the boots
Rain boots and jeans go well together, but you should tuck you’re your jeans into your boots.
6. You don’t have to wear them when it’s raining
Rain boots are practical even if you live someplace where the annual rainfall isn’t that extensive. After all, you can replace rain with snow, with mud, standing puddles, slick surfaces for any reason, and your rain boots will still serve a useful purpose.
5 Types of waterproof shoes and boots to keep your feet warm and dry
It’s nice to have footwear options when the weather turns nasty, whether it’s because of rain, snow, or freezing temperatures.
Keeping your feet dry is a priority, no doubt, and what type of shoes or boots you choose depends on a few factors, including the weather but also the activity.
1. Rain boots
We’ve spent a lot of time talking about rain boots already. In general, however, they’re:
- Made of rubber (although not in every case)
- Waterproof – always.
- They range from ankle-high to knee-high
- They come with a lot of features, including slip-resistant traction soles
- They have a loose fit
- They look a lot different than shoes – at least in most cases
- Easy to get on and take off
There are a few drawbacks to rain boots, however, including that they’re not that breathable, especially those made from rubber entirely. They may also fit a bit loosely in the heel and can cause blisters unless you wear thick socks with them.
2. Winter boots
As you’d expect, winter boots provide the very necessary function of keeping your feet warm in cold conditions. Some rain boots serve the same purpose, but winter boots usually come with substantial insulation to protect your feet against the most frigid temperatures.
Most winter boots are waterproof, as well, and you can wear them for a variety of activities. Unlike rain boots, winter boots generally have laces while rain boots are almost always slip-on.
3. Hiking and backpacking boots
Wait – aren’t hiking and backpacking boots the same thing? Some outdoor experts argue that they are. Others say that hiking boots are good for day trips, while backpacking boots work better for lugging around heavier loads during multi-day trips.
Backpacking boots generally feature a leather or synthetic upper that extends beyond the ankle, are usually waterproof, but not always insulated. Like hiking boots, their soles feature designs and materials made for walking on unpredictable terrain.
The good news for sneaker aficionados is that they don’t have to ditch their kicks just because rain is falling, or the pavement is wet. Sneakers often feature waterproof and water-resistant fabrics that keep rain from getting inside them.
5. Overshoes or galoshes
Your dad may have worn galoshes, or your grandfather probably did. They’ve gone out of style since then, although some men still sport the “shoe condom” look by a rubber overshoe over their expensive dress shoes.
One of the advantages of overshoes/galoshes is that they’re lightweight and portable. You can leave a pair in your briefcase in case it rains. There’s nothing stylish about them, but they can help extend the lifespan of your regular shoes – and they don’t cost much.
How we chose these products
Some things make for good rain boots, and others make for bad ones. Our job is to separate the good from the bad in all of our product reviews, and choosing the best rain boots came down to several criteria.
First and foremost, a rain boot must be waterproof and capable of keeping your feet dry in wet and snowy conditions. That’s Rule No. 1, although certain boots and shoes are better for extreme conditions than others.
While the boot’s style wasn’t a huge concern in our evaluations, we realize that it’s important to most people, and we took that into account. While many rain boots have the same type of design and styling, others separate themselves from the rest.
Value is another important factor but not necessarily price.
Some boots may cost more than others, but that doesn’t guarantee that they’re better than the rest. A low-priced rain boot may offer all the benefits of one that costs more; on the other hand, an expensive rain boot may be worth every penny.
Finally, we considered the reviews of customers. You gain a true sense of a boot’s worth and effectiveness through the honest evaluations of others.
FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
How do you clean rain boots?
You can wipe your boots with a damp cloth for quick cleaning, but you may need a hose to remove mud and other grime. A few drops of oil, such as olive oil, and a soft cloth can help to remove scuff marks, or you can use an eraser.
How do you stretch rain boots?
There is a variety of DIY methods for stretching rain boots, particularly in the calf, including freezing the specific area.
Or, you can purchase a reliable boot stretcher device – such as the Houndsbay Bulldog Heavy-Duty Shoe Stretcher – to create the extra room you need for a comfortable fit.
How to style rain boots
There are a variety of ways to pair rain boots with clothing; in general, they look best with casual type clothing. Ankle-high rain boots and waterproof sneakers, as well as Chukka and Chelsea boots, have a better visual appeal than rubber rain boots.
How to wear rain boots to work
If you don’t mind sacrificing some elegance while you trudge through the rain or snow, you can always wear your rain boots over your dress pants. Keep your dress shoes in your briefcase or have an extra pair in the office you can swap out for your rain boots.
How should rain boots fit?
Loose is best when it comes to getting the best fit in rain boots. Make sure you have ample room in the toe, while the opening at the calf should be wide enough that you can slip in and out of them easily when wearing pants.
How can you stretch the calves of rain boots?
A common way to expand the calves of your rain boots is through ice stretching.
Fill two freezer-safe plastic bags with about 1/3 water and fit them snugly into the area that needs stretching. Put the boots in a freezer overnight; the water will expand when it freezes and push the boot outward.
Choosing the best footwear is often tricky when the weather turns bad, whether that means rain, snow, or a combination of both. Fortunately, rain boots can keep your feet dry and comfortable when conditions present a challenge.
We hope this review of the best rain boots for men will help you find a pair that helps you get through the rainy and snowy seasons with ease.
We’d love to hear from you, too. Do you wear rain boots? If so, what brand and style? We always welcome your feedback.