There are so many times when the weather is perfect for taking a stroll outside in the fall or winter. However, the ground is often wet and muddy from the rain the day before.
There are also many times when you have to go outside in the rain no matter how wet it is.
In both of these situations, having a good pair of vegan rain boots makes the experience much more enjoyable.
In this article, we have compiled a list of 15 amazing vegan rain boots you won’t want to miss out on.
15 Amazing Vegan Rain Boots
OUR TOP PICK
The first vegan rain boots on this list are the Jennifer rain boots from Kamik. These are the classic rain boots that stretch up your calf to just below your knee.
This is a great option for you if you live somewhere that gets particularly wet when it rains and are likely to come across large puddles when you walk.
This rain boot is available in common colors such as black and charcoal, but you can also buy it in dark red and periwinkle if you want a bit more color to brighten up your day.
If full length rain boots aren’t really your style, these Sue rain boots from Sam Edelman could be just what you have been looking for.
The Sue rain boots are short, almost in a Chelsea boot style. There are stretchy panels in the sides to make getting the boots on and off much easier.
This is a great design feature, especially at the end of a muddy walk.
These rain boots are available in four different colors, all of which are neutral tones that are perfect for nature walks.
The Originals pull-on rain boots from Muck Boot are a more rugged and robust rain boot than the other two mentioned above.
If you are looking for a rain boot that can withstand the mud as well as the rain, this could be what you have been looking for.
These are the perfect middle ground between the full length rain boots and the short rain boots, sitting in the middle of your thigh.
These rain boots feature lace up panels on the side to make getting them on and off easier and to ensure that you can tighten the boots around your leg to stop water getting in.
If you want a tall rain boot that is fun to look at, these Western Chief printed rain boots could be exactly what you need.
There are 34 different patterns and colors that you can get these fun rain boots in. These include chickens, polka dots, llamas, and goats.
If you dislike the rain but have to go out in it anyway, brighten up your day with these fun and adorable vegan rain boots.
There is a small buckle on the side of these rain boots that allows you to adjust the width of the boot around your calf.
If you are looking for a hardcore pair of rain boots that can handle anything that you can throw at them, these TIDEWE rubber neoprene boots could be for you.
One of the biggest, stand out features of these boots is the tread on the bottom. Most rain boots have decent tread to help provide traction, but the tread on these boots is next level.
They have been designed for hunters that have to walk through rivers, lakes, and marshes. Although you probably won’t be hunting with yours, these boots are perfect for more unstable terrain.
If you are looking for a rain boot that is a lot more stylish than a traditional rain boot, Bogs have you covered.
The Sweetpea ankle rain boots from Bogs are one of the most stylish pairs of rain boots that we were able to find. Not only are they vegan and 100% waterproof, but they also look exactly like a regular pair of Chelsea boots.
If you hate getting wet feet when it rains, but also have an aversion to welly boots, these are the rain boots for you.
One of the most recognizable brands on this list is Hunter.
They are well-known for making high-quality, stylish rain boots and their Original play, short rain boots are no exception.
The best way to describe these rain boots is traditional but fun.
Yes, they have the same shape as a regular rain boot, but they also have shorter height that feels a lot more stylish.
One of the best things about these rain boots is that they are available in a wide range of sizes
If you have a more unique style, these waterproof rain and garden shoes from Sloggers could be exactly what you have been looking for.
These are the lowest cut of all of the rain footwear in this list. This means that it provides less protection for your socks if you wear long socks, however, they can be perfect for short journeys out into the rain.
These shoes are super easy to put on and off which is great if you are having to make multiple short trips out in the rain. There are so many different colors and patterns to choose from with these shoes.
Another great offering from Hunter are the commando Chelsea rain boots. These rain boots have a sturdy sole that has decent tread, especially on the heel.
This makes it easier to traverse tougher terrains in the rain.
As with many of the shorter boots, there is an elasticated panel that makes it easier to put them on and take them off. These boots are available in 7 different colors.
Staying with the short style of rain boots, this offering from Planone is very similar to the Hunter boots above but without the signature molding.
The tread on these rain boots however is much more robust than the Hunter boots which is great if you are going to be wearing these boots in muddy or slippery conditions.
There are 11 colors that you can choose from including neutral colors and bright, fun colors.
Another great vegan, short rain boot option is the Piccadilly rain boot from LONDON FOG. The shape of this boot is very similar to an original, tall rain boot which gives it a stunning classic look.
The opening of this boot is what really sets it apart from the crowd though.
The opening is quite wide which is great for anyone who has thicker legs and often struggles to find rain boots that fit comfortably.
There are also 21 different colors and patterns to choose from.
Another offering from Planone are the Chelsea boot-style rain boots.
Both of the Planone boots on this list are very similar, but there are some important differences that could make you prefer one or the other.
The Chelsea boot style boot has a grippy tread on a thinner sole that makes these boots significantly less bulky than the others.
Joules is another well-known rain boot brand that couldn’t be left off this list. The molly welly rain boot is a classic tall rain boot.
Because this boot is from joules, you know that it is high-quality and will be incredibly durable.
As with all joules products, these boots are available in 26 different patterns and colors available for this boot.
Sticking with short rain boots because they are more trendy and popular right now, Asgard has the perfect offering for the style-conscious among you.
If you want a rain boot that will keep your feet dry and comfortable but keeps you looking stylish, these are for you.
The short rain boots from this brand look exactly like regular Chelsea boots that you could wear all year round with the added benefit of being 100% waterproof.
There are also tons of colors to choose from.
If you want a mid-height rain boot to protect your socks from the rain more, these everyday mid, buckle rain boots from Chooka could be what you are looking for.
They are slightly less robust and rugged-looking than the Muck Boot offering.
However, they look incredibly stylish. The buckle detail helps break up the rubber of the boot perfectly.
There are plenty of options for vegan rain boots that you can choose from.
However, the ones in this list are some of the most stylish boots and also the ones with the most fun patterns available.
Keep your feet dry and your style points high with these rain boots.