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Rubber & Waterproof Boots

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Learn more About Rubber Boots & Waterproof Boots

In the right pair of rubber boots, wet weather never stands in your way.

Get the job done with rubber work boots, low-cut rubber boots, waterproof hunting boots—and so much more. The latest rubber boots and waterproof boots are specially designed to take on the elements and protect you in the great outdoors.

Explore a variety of features that help you make the most of your time in the field. Keep warm with thermal boot liners and stay concealed from prey in natural-looking camo prints. Traction-maximized outsoles help you conquer any slick surface or terrain.

Shop rubber boots, including LaCrosse® rubber boots, and footwear from Muck Boot Co.®, Bogs®, Under Armour® and Field & Stream®.

Buying Tips

Rubber is naturally waterproof, and rubber boots have long been an outdoor staple. This dependable, durable material is ideal for trekking through muck, mud, debris and water.

When the weather turns cold, sport a pair of insulated rubber boots. These boots are lined with specialized materials that help trap and retain heat—keeping you protected when the temperature drops. Thermal foam underlays help provide additional warmth. Rubber boots without insulation can be worn with heavy socks or extra liners.

Rubber isn’t the only material that helps you brave wet weather. Full-grain leather is also highly weatherproof and offers rugged performance in the field. For cold weather, these boots are also available with thermal linings, including fleece.

Expert Advice

When it comes to boots, sure-footed traction and stability are critical. Your boots should feature an aggressive rubber outsole designed to take on slippery or loose surfaces. If you’re trekking through mud or snow, try boots with lugs along the outsole. Consider a traction device for added safety on slick terrain.

A neoprene footbed provides excellent comfort during long hours on your feet.