Whether you occasionally walk your dog in the local park or are an avid hiker, waterproof hiking boots are essential to providing your body with support while keeping your feet dry.
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With each pair seam-sealed, and with an added moisture-wicking lining, these boots are constructed to ensure your feet remain dry in any type of weather. With features including a breathable nylon insert and a toe guard, you’ll be protected from the elements without suffocating your feet.
After receiving incredible results from tests that involved participants walking over 350 miles, the MH100 hiking boots were awarded a certification for their ability to grip all surfaces. So your mind will be at ease if you encounter any slippery conditions getting down the mountain.
Starting at $39.95, Walmart
Talk about padding! The Klondike hiking shoe has collars to provide support but still allow mobility. They also feature reinforced toe and heel caps to protect your feet on challenging hikes.
A reviewer wrote: “I was happily surprised at how comfortable these were. I wore them for 10 hours right out of the box. They also were waterproof. They seem to be high quality as well as comfortable and they give good support.”
$44.95 – $97.00, Walmart
With a collar that sits slightly higher than on other hiking boots and with more ankle support, this pair is great for hiking on elevated and uneven grounds like woods and mountains. Note: These boots are more suitable for individuals with wider feet, but run slightly small, so be sure to up half a size.
Merrell’s boots have built a reputation in the hiking world for a reason. Recognized for their durability, comfort, and support, you’ll have a pair of boots for all your walking adventures, whether you’re or on a hiking a trail or just taking a quick walk around the block.
The Newton Ridge hiking boots offer stability when walking on rocky terrain, and grip for when the rocks become slippery. They’re also made with a shock-absorbing sole to prevent straining your joints.
Made with tan suede and the iconic Timberland badge pressed into the outside, you’ll know they’re “Timbs” when you see them. Not only are they classically stylish, with the comfort and structure these boots provide, you’ll feel great (and on-trend!) while walking the dog or hitting the trail.
If you’re a regular hiker and want to invest in some boots that will last, look no further than the Thermo Kiruna Mid Shell. They’re designed with a multi-directional sole grip to provide firm contact on all surfaces and the rigid and comfortable body of the boots make for a robust pair built to last.
Starting at $54.98, DSW
The perfect all-year-rounder with breathable mesh, these boots are affordable, high-quality, and stylish. Comfort takes top priority, with a built-in memory foam and a heel cup to offer stability. Plus, they’re waterproof, so you can truly take these boots anywhere and everywhere.