Published on October 2nd, 2023 | by Kirsten Borrink0
6 Comfortable Rain Boots For Picky Feet
You don’t even need to be a HSP (highly sensitive person) to absolutely detest the feeling of soggy socks–wet feet are up there with noisy chewing, am I right? A pair of comfortable rain boots could be the ticket to a less exasperating day after navigating puddles on your way to work, or quickly switching out of dew-soaked socks after a morning dog walk. We’ve made it our mission to find boots that will not only keep your feet dry (heck, plastic bags will do that), but also supported and cushioned. See our top picks!
Why we love it: doesn’t rub ankles or heels, easy on and off, lightweight, truly waterproof, moderate arch support, removable insole, platform keeps feet higher and dryer than the original Bogs Kicker Rain boot.
Why we love it: a true minimalist barefoot/zero drop rain boot with a wide toe box, good for wide feet. A heads up: may feel tight on high insteps, best for low volume feet.
Why we love these comfortable rain boots: affordable, good for wide feet, Croslite™ material is lightweight and surprisingly supportive, extended sizing.
Why we love it: Has the arch/heel support and cushion of the original Fitflop footbed, roomy toe box, good for wide calves, slip-resistant outsole, removable insoles (which allow you to insert these cozy shearling insoles).
Why we love it: Beautiful British boots similar to Hunter boots but around $40 cheaper, soft tartan plaid lining, good fit for narrow calves.
What we love about them: company is dedicated to making comfortable rain boots for wide feet, ankles and calves, variety of heights/colors/designs, quality rubber uppers.
Find Jileon rain boots in sizes 6-12, multiple widths for $79-119 from Amazon.