Perfect protection against water all the way to the knee. Reinforcement at the toe and heel to give this boot plenty of longevity. Can roll down the top portion of the boot to make it feel cooler to wear. Keeps feet warm, even in cold, wet weather.
Expensive. Too many features for those who just want a rain boot.
Stretchable materials in the upper portion of the boot ensure a comfortable fit. Keeps feet dry in all conditions and in all types of weather. Reinforced materials in the toe and heel areas to provide a long-lasting performance.
Made for more than just protection from rain, so they cost a bit more.
Flexible PVC material allows you to bend your ankle and leg comfortably. Extremely low price point for a pair of rain boots that will keep you dry up to your knee. Contains a good tread to help you maintain your balance in slippery, wet conditions.
Thin materials won't stand up to rough treatment without damage.
Rubber and neoprene materials have plenty of flexibility to them so you can move freely. Completely waterproof, as the boot extends high up on the calf. Insulated materials are rated to keep your feet warm in temperatures down to 40 degrees F.
Sizes will run small. Can be difficult to put on and take off.
Available in multiple colors and designs. Boot provides warmth and dryness up to the ankle. Lace-up style of rain boot is easier to put on and take off than other styles. Includes a Thinsulate lining that will keep your feet warmer and more comfortable.
High price point. Boots tend to run narrow.
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