The Best Women’s Rain Boots, According to You
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This week, we scanned Amazon's bestseller list for the highest-rated women’s rain boots, then pulled the best, most authoritative reviews for each. (Looking for the men's version? We've got you covered.)
Sloggers Rain and Garden Shoe ($25)
“I bought these boots for working in the barn. It's just too hot in the summer to wear traditional boots. The Sloggers garden shoes are very comfortable around the house and they are indeed waterproof, that alone makes them a worthwhile purchase. They have a really cushy lining inside. I also like the tread on the bottom of the sole which is solid enough to walk in mud and slippery ground without sliding around at all.”
Kamik Olivia Rain Boot ($35)
“I purchased these boots a year ago. They're very comfortable; I can wear them all day, no problem. I get a lot of compliments on them!”
Hunter Original Tall Rain Boot ($110)
“I love these boots. They fit perfect. I love them for walks with the dogs in wet weather or when it’s a little cool. I’ve worn them for a couple miles at a time with no comfort complaints. If they don’t hold up for several seasons I’d be surprised, but we’ll see!”
Sam Edelman Tinsley Rain Boot ($55)
“I got these boots for my trip to Holland since the weather there is unpredictable and rainy. They were the perfect boots that were cute enough to wear with anything; jeans, dresses, and skirts. They did their job and were completely waterproof. They held up perfectly for all the walking and still basically look new. I am very happy with my purchase.”
Muck Boot the Original Scrub Boot ($60)
“These boots are perfect! For starters, they’re incredibly comfortable and with a pair of good socks, you’re ready to tackle the day. They adjust your foot quickly. They are very sturdy, waterproof, and their construction fights off stains and dirt. They are super easy to get in and out of and easy to clean with just a hose. They stay in a garage or mudroom so I’m no longer tracking anything into the house.