Hello rainy season! It’s a drag bringing slippers to work. It ruins your ready-for-date or after-work gimik outfit. But then, you don’t want those kicks to get soaked in the rain. So what do you do now?
Luckily, men's rain boots are here to make a big splash. These stylish hi-cut shoes are here to make sure getting out and about can be enjoyed whatever’s underfoot. As always, we've already done half the job for you and found the finest boots available in stores.
1) Dr. Martens 1460 Boots
This classic from Dr. Martens is as iconic as ever. Made with Goodyear welt, its soles are heat-sealed and are sewn together to guarantee comfort. 1460 goes well with almost everything: throw a leather jacket for that rockstar vibe, or pair it with a denim jacket for that '90s feel.
Get it for: P7,490 via Dr. Martens
2) Caterpillar Sheff Steel-Toe Lace-Up Boots
Suited for light industrial outdoor work places, particularly those that require slip resistant footwear. Caterpillar's genuine Goodyear welt construction provides time proven strength and durability. Wear it with your trusty jeans, plain shirt, and let these boots do the talking.
Get it for: P3,999.20 via Caterpillar
3) Massimo Bonini MSGM Boots
Unleash that rock n’ roll vibe with these eye-catching Massimo Bonini pair. Crafted in polished leather, this must-have features a wingtip brogue design with an oversized zipper fastening on the outer shaft and finished off with a lightweight, camo-patterned lug sole. It'll go perfectly well with your band shirts and ripped jeans.
Get it for: P35,000 via Massimo Bonini
4) 24:01 Leather Boots
These 24:01 boots boast gridded outsoles, vintage gold details, and an overall sturdy construction. Pair it with jeans or shorts, plus your favorite sweatshirt, and you’re good to go.
Get it for: P1,999 via 24:01
5) Call It Spring Ezzelin Boots
Simple yet stylish, these masculine Call It Spring boots features a dark solid color with polished finish. Slacks, pants, dress up, dress down, these boots go well with any ensemble.
Get it for: P2,600 via Call It Spring