15 best rain boots for men of 2021: Hunter, LLBean, Timberland and more


When the rain does start to fall, you’ll be glad you donned a pair of men’s rain boots … or completely disappointed you didn’t. Your sneakers won’t save you from the dreaded wet sock. As the weather becomes more and more unstable each year, checking the forecast is about as effective as asking a Magic 8-Ball if it’s going to rain (“definitely” sounds sarcastic however you choose. read it). Whatever the weather, it is best to be simply prepared, with a raincoat, an umbrella and certainly a suitable pair of waterproof boots.

Rain boots carry an incredible responsibility. Obviously, they should defend your feet from the rain (wet socks are, without a doubt, the most miserable thing we can think of). But rain boots should also keep your feet from slipping and have a grippy outsole. Think about it: what good is all that waterproofing if you end up falling on your ass? Not only that, they should also perform well in mud, slush, and maybe even snow, fulfilling the high appeal of a winter boot. It is really a lot to ask of a single pair of shoes.

We are happy to report that there are many choices of waterproof footwear on the market that will keep the rain out and look great. So, now, while you’re dry and warm, check out all of the best men’s rain boots to keep you dry and dry, from the bestsellers and Instagram’s It Boots to the under-radar. trampling and beyond.


Best rain boot overall

Xtratuf Legacy Chelsea Boot

Xtratuf cut its teeth in the harsh Alaskan climate, having earned a reputation for keeping toes dry against snow-capped ship decks and snow-covered trails. The brand’s Chelsea boots feature an outsole with unmatched traction, a triple-dipped rubber upper and a fully waterproof full-grain leather ankle. While Xtratuf’s deck boots may be more popular, we favor the Chelsea for its added flexibility and style.

Fashion Flex rain boot

Bottega Veneta Puddle Chelsea Boots

Bottega Veneta is on a winning streak under the creative direction of Daniel Lee, producing pieces that turn heads like these bulbous ankle boots. In addition to their modern shape, they are made from a biodegradable natural rubber material and are available in a range of vibrant colors. Wear them when you feel like dripping harder than the rain.

The East Coast rain boot

The archetype of the duck boot originated over a century ago and has maintained its reputation as a must-have waterproof boot ever since. Its unmistakable rubber toe and outsole give the shoe its signature waterproof properties while the gusseted leather part keeps moisture and debris out. They are also very comfortable thanks to the steel shank integrated into the sockliner, which provides arch support for all-day use.


The most iconic rain boot

Hunter Original Tall Rain Boots

Hunter is a rubber boot manufacturer that dates back to the mid-1800s when vulcanized rubber first appeared on the market. In the 1950s, after several decades of providing waterproof boots to civilians as well as the British military, the iconic Original Boot (aka Wellington, aka Wellies) was born. They are adopted by everyone from British royalty to everyday gardeners and are a wardrobe staple. The original boot looks great in its natural habitat with chinos and a waxed jacket, but a history of high-end collaborations with brands like Stella McCartney and Saint Laurent can easily be incorporated into your larger cuts.

Best budget rain boot

Cirrus Rubber Ankle Rain Boot

If you’re not a fan of the cinder block feel of most rain boots, the Totes Cirrus shed weight while shedding rain leaves. They are thinner and much lighter than most of the other options. Because of this, they are super flexible and can even break down, if you have to pack them in your suitcase for your flight to Seattle.

Best non-rain rain boot

Premium Timberland 6 “waterproof boot

If you want sturdy, waterproof boots that are not rubber rain boots, this is your choice. Timberland’s premium seam sealed waterproof boot gives off the energy of a classic work boot without the stiffness of a rubber rain boot. Their classic workwear style also pairs well with just about anything, whether you’re working with double-knee carpenter pants or pulling on cute pants for a date.

9 other rain boots we love

Tingley high stretch overshoes

When you absolutely refuse to buy another pair of shoes or let go of your sneakers, you can go for rubber overshoes like these. Just slip them on over your favorite shoes and enjoy instant protection.

Plasticana hemp boots

While other rain shoes typically use rubber, leather, and neoprene, Plasticana’s rubber boots are made from a fully recyclable and natural rubber derived from hemp. The speckled look comes from the hemp itself and gives the boots a unique texture.

Muck Boot Company mud chore boot

If you need your rain boots to be mud boots as well, they can take on grime easily. The sturdy tread on the outsole easily digs into the mud while the thick layered toe provides protection.

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Bogs Classic Waterproof Insulated Boots

When the freezing cold gets even more bitter, these insulated boots will keep your blood flowing through freezing rain and hard snow, down to -40F.

Xtratuf deck boot

These short rain boots feature many of the benefits of the Chelsea (mentioned above) but with a city-friendly sneaker style. The added neoprene collar also helps keep your feet and ankles dry and comfortable.

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Hunter Original Refined Waterproof Chelsea Boots

Hunter’s Chelsea is more elegant and dressier than its Original boot, making it perfect to pair with skinny jeans or a suit. And because it’s a shorter style, it’s great when the rain is bearable and not blowing you horizontally.

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Salomon X Ultra 3 GTX Mid Boots

When you prefer your rain boots not to look like rain boots, Salomon’s gorp-tastic boots will give you all the water protection you need and none of the rubber you don’t need.

Sorel 1964 LTR high boot

A little more refined the bulbous LL Bean boot, and equipped with insulation just in case you need your rain boots to be snow boots too.


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