Sloggers Rain Boots

Dry Happy FeetSloggers Womens Waterproof rain and gardening boots in red paisley pattern

  • What: Sloggers Rain Boots
  • When: During wet weather
  • Why: Durable, affordable, colorful
  • Where: Amazon

I have trouble fitting into most galoshes. My high instep and narrow back of the foot make getting a pair on challenging. If I do manage to get my foot into a rubber boot, my ankle rubs against the back of the shoe constantly and forms blisters. 

So when I spotted these adorable rain boots at a local gardening shop, I had low expectations. I got my foot into them, but still didn’t have high hopes. I walked around the store, and they didn’t slide up and down the back of my foot, so I packed them back into the box and took home my first pair of Sloggers Rain Boots in a red paisley pattern.

Sloggers women's waterproof rain and gardening boots in red paisley pattern submerged in puddle on sidewalk with leaves floating in it

My Sloggers keep my feet dry even when submerged in puddles.

More than ten years later, I still wear that first pair. It rains here a lot, roughly from September to July. I get a lot of wear out of my boots. I get even more now that I go splashing through puddles with my kids. My boots still keep my feet totally dry (unless we manage to splash water over the tops, of course). 

Sloggers womens waterproof rain and gardening boots sole after years of wear

Some of the letters on the sole have faded but my boots still have a lot of life left in them.

I can wear these boots for a long walk and the flexible sole gives me lots of support and traction without sacrificing comfort or looks. I’ve worn them on the beach, in downpours, and even on the occasional light hike to keep my feet dry. They come in a variety of adorable patterns and colors and cost less than some other famous brands. 

If you want to keep up with your kids in their rain boots, whether they sport Crocs or Norty or another brand, give Sloggers a try and take a walk on the wet side without worry.

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