The Best Men’s Rain Boots, According to You
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This week, we scanned Amazon's bestseller list for the highest-rated men’s rain boots, then pulled the best, most authoritative reviews for each. Looking for the women's version? We've got you covered.
Muck Boot Scrub ($40)
“I wore these boots for work every day for six months which I think is impressive as other waterproof boots I have had that are as comfortable as these didn't hold up this long. The soles just wore out, but I do a lot of walking.”
Magid Servus PVC Steel Toe ($15)
“I spend 12 hours a day in these boots polishing concrete. I haven’t slipped yet and the steel toe is tough. I also notice very little mud residue. I was going through two pairs of boots every three months but I’ve had these for twice as long with no problem.”
Xtratuf Performance Series 6-Inch ($55)
“I just returned from a long range fishing trip and took a pair of these. They're the bomb! They're easy to get in and out of with or without socks and they're super light. If you have narrow feet, order the normal size, if you have wide feet get one size larger. These are the best boots I’ve worn.”
Tingley 31151 Economy SZ11 ($22)
“These are the absolute best muck boots for the money. They're very well made and have great tread. I was not expecting a boot of this quality for under $20.”
Baffin Hunter ($45)
“For the money, these are a great pair of work boots. I've owned them for about eight months and I must say I am super impressed. My first impression when putting these on was just how large they are. However, if you keep the foam insert in, they fit great.”