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Like it or not, rainy days are coming - and that means choosing the right footwear to avoid the dreaded soggy feet that come with wet weather. A reliable pair of rain boots can often turn into a pricey purchase, but there’s always an affordable option on the market for every more expensive choice out there.
These ankle booties offer a stylish and inexpensive (not to mention waterproof) solution to rainy day fashion. Available in a range of colours, they’re a fun way to update your fall wardrobe without having to worry about the effects of rain and mud.
These rubber rain boots feature elastic side panels that stretch for comfort while you slip them on and off. They also have a matte finish that gives a leather-like effect, so they can even be worn for everyday wear. Similar in design to the Hunter Women's Original Chelsea Boots the Asgard Chelsea boots also provide chic waterproof style, but at a fraction of the price. Starting at just $37, these best-selling boots are a great alternative to the $160 Hunter boots.
SHOP IT: Amazon, $37
Why shoppers love them
With an impressive 4.5 star rating on more than 6,600 customer reviews, these lightweight boots are a stylish and comfortable choice that’s also shopper-approved.
“I love my new boots!” wrote one five-star reviewer. “I was ready to buy a similar pair for triple the price of a well-known brand, but glad I took a chance with these ones instead. They are a great versatile black Chelsea rain boot! Highly recommend.”
“Mine are black, and they actually look elegant - if that is even possible for rain boots,” raved another satisfied shopper. “They read as regular black Chelsea booties and fit perfectly with either jeans or skirts and tights - like a composed outfit rather than a goofy emergency solution to rainy/snowy weather. In any case, I highly recommend them.”
Some shoppers have noted that they do run big, so if you have a narrow foot or are in-between sizes (the boots unfortunately don’t come in half sizes) you may find it more comfortable to order a size down for the best fit.
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.