What's the best way to determine if you should be wearing galoshes or rubber boots
, in inclement weather? Take a quick look out the window and if it appears to be a gulley-washer, better opt for the boots. Galoshes -- overshoes -- are meant as a quick way to protect your shoes during a quick trip through the rain; at your destination they are removed and you go about your business. Boots, on the other hand, may be worn in the wet and thereafter.
These SWIM's Men's Galoshes
are made from durable rubber in the upper and sole, giving you rain protection and a good grip on wet, slippery surfaces. The flexible design allows you to easily don them, and remove them with ease when they are no longer needed.
For the ladies who need a really good rain boot
for wear around town or around camp, these Women's Muck Boot Rain Boots
; slightly over ankle high, the shoes offer a breathable lining, and are totally waterproof through the use of CR Flex-Foam. These boots are comfortable for wear in temps ranging from the moderate to the sub-freezing.
are everywhere, so you might imagine that they would be in the rainwear end of things. These Ashdale Women's Rain Shoes
are a slip-on, and sport a sheepskin-cushioned, temperature modulating foot bed for all-day comfort. Not to be left in the lacking for wet weather traction, the shoes
have a rubber and cork sole with durable traction nubs to keep you from slipping and sliding around.
The Bogs Women's Mattie Bubble Rain Boots
are a stylish way to get through the wet stuff -- these are neoprene over rubber for waterproof, 4-way stretch protection and they feature a removable polyurethane liner, with Aegis anti-microbial material, to keep your feet dry and comfortable all the day long. And, as a bonus, they look great.
Don't get caught out in the rain -- a good pair of rubber boots
will keep you comfortable, and stylish
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