L.L. Bean Bean Boot Duck Boot
The L.L. Bean Bean Boot Duck Boot ($89+) is probably the most iconic men’s waterproof rain boot on the list. If you are going to buy one shoe I would suggest taking a serious look at that one. The Bean boot has been made in Maine since 1912 and that remains the same today. Each boot is crafted by expert craftspeople whose technical skills and passion is evident in every pair of boots. Each boot features a full-grain leather upper sewn to a waterproof rubber bottom. The unique foot form provides comfort and stability, while a steel shank adds support. An added benefit is L.L. Bean’s legendary return policy. Basically, any L.L. Bean made item can be returned without a proof of purchase or even a time limit. You just have to let them know that you didn’t like the way the product help up.
Tretorn Men’s BO Waterproof Rain Boot
Tretorn is a renowned Swedish clothing brand that was established back in 1891. They manufacture great shoes at even better prices. One of the best men’s rain shoes on our list is the Tretorn Men’s BO Waterproof Rain Boot ($52). The boot has the look of a Chelsea shoe and is almost completely rubber except for some elastic at the ankle. The boot opening at the ankle measures approximately 10.5″. The shoe would make a perfect addition to any rainy day arsenal.
Wellesley Rubber Jodhpur Men’s Waterproof Boot by Hunter
It seems like every soccer mom on the planet has a pair of Hunter boots, but I bet you didn’t know the brand also makes a very cool men’s boot. The Wellesley Rubber Jodhpur Men’s Waterproof Boot by Hunter ($395) was made in collaboration with the Duke of Wellington’s family. It takes from historic all-purpose equestrian pieces while infusing modern technical advances. This boot isn’t just a showpiece. It’s made to hold up in both rural and urban environments.
The Wellesley is handcrafted from natural rubber, with an equestrian outsole. It is lined with 3mm of breathable neoprene and features an anti-bacterial layer on the footbed.