Duck boots make a great alternative to rain boots



When the rainy season is upon you, one of the most difficult things you will need to find is a pair of suitable boots for the rain. There are, without a doubt, plenty of suitable choices for women and children, including knee high rubber boots will simple patterns, single colors, and bright designs. These are the standards when you think of shoes with the ability to keep the fringes of your pants nice and dry, but there are other options, of course.

Duck boots, along with fatigue pants, are the standard for keeping your feet and legs dry while bird hunting, but their distinct appearance has allowed them to seamlessly cross into mainstream wear. Popularized by L.L. Bean, duck boots have become increasingly common among hikers and common folk during the rainy season. Duck rain boots stand out from standard rain boots because of their off color rubber soles that are up to cover as high as the toe of the shoe. Because of the popularity of duck boots, there is quite a large variety of them today. Like vans slip-ons and converse classics, the original has spawned a multitude of styles including low tops, high tops, fur lined, and moccasins.

Not only are duck boots a great alternative to your standard rain boot, but they have a unisex design that is great for both men and women. Their sturdy design makes them great substitutes for hiking boots, fishing boots, and hunting boots. Really, duck boots can be used for almost any outdoor activity. If you are looking for a new pair of rain boots this wet season, why not try something new that will also come in handy when the rain stops pouring? Duck boots are warm and waterproof so they can start being incorporated in your wardrobe as soon as autumn leaves begin to appear.

Written by Asher Briggs

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