No matter what your local TV reporter says, the weather is unpredictable, and sometimes a rain coat and umbrella just won't cut it! Investing in a pair of rain boots will make venturing out into the elements a lot less daunting. Whether you know them as galoshes, waders, mukluks, or wellies, we have a vast selection of wet weather boots for everyone in the family.
Does someone in the family have a wide foot? Maybe you’ve got a narrow foot or a wide calf. Whatever the case may be, we’ve got you covered. With top brands like AIGLE®, Kamik®, Bogs® and many more to choose from, your rain boot options are endless.
We’ve even kept all of the fabulous Fashionistas in mind by stocking up on the finest winter accessories by your favorite designers like umbrellas by Vera Bradley®, scarves by Michael Kors®, and wellie socks from Hunter® to match every raincoat in your closet.
Don’t forget about the kids! Let them enjoy a little singing and dancing in the rain this year with cute rain boot styles by top brands Hatley Kids® and Western Chief Kids®. Pull the camera out and get ready to capture all the cuteness!
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Rain Boots Reviews
Reviewer: Lara B.
from Lexington, KY
I have spent months trying to find a pair of Hunters that would work for my larger calves. One thing that drove me crazy in my research was reading vague reviews about the calf sizing, so here is my very detailed review re: calf sizing. MY calf is 17" around. With the buckle unfastened, this boot expands to approximately 19" at its widest point at the top of the shaft. However, at the bottom of the gusset (about 10" up the shaft from the arch), the shaft circumference is only about 15". I am able to comfortably wear skinny-legged jeans inside the boots with the buckle fastened to allow the gusset to expand about half-way. (As far as foot size, I would normally wear a 9.5, so I ordered a 9, and it's a bit big.) The look of the boot when worn is definitely not a "traditional" Hunter boot look on my leg. From the front, the boot looks a little tighter at the top, which makes it look a little saggy near the ankle. From the side, the gusset sticks out a bit in the back. From the back...well, there's no missing that gusset. I think it would look much better on a smaller calf if you could tighten that buckle more. If you're going for function, then the look is not big deal. However, let's be honest--if you're paying $158 for Hunter boots, you're probably going for that Hunter "look." (You can find perfectly functional rain boots for a lot less than that.) Overall, I'm undecided whether I'm going to keep these.
Very happy with the Black Gloss Back Adjustable. I'm rationalizing my closet and getting rid of old shoes that I've bought on sale over the years but don't quite serve any purpose. These Hunters are replacing 4 useless pairs of winter shoes for rain and snow. I love how these are funky enough to wear with jeans but nice enough to wear to work in terrible weather. They are also very comfortable and easy to get off and on. I was concerned the rubber would be too slippery on the ice, but they were no worse than my treaded snow boots. After record snowfall this year, I'm happy to be able to wear these right through the spring as the mounds of ice turn to deep deep puddles. The 16 1/2" inch calf measurement seems to be taken of the shaft with the adjustable strap pulled tight. I tend to have larger, muscular calves, as I walk everywhere, and these not only fit me, but allowed me to tuck in my jeans. I'm usually a 7 1/2 shoe, and found the 7 to be somewhat roomy, but comfortable with a large sock or the fleece liner.