Feet With their thick soles and tall designs, classic S […]
With their thick soles and tall designs, classic Safety rubber boots can sometimes feel heavy for your feet. When making your choice, keep in mind that the heavier the boot, the faster you may get tired. If you love taking long walks in the rain, choosing a lighter model would be a wise choice.
Rubber is not the most flexible material, so it is recommended to choose a rain boot with a sole that is relatively soft. This will make your stride feel more comfortable and natural.
Rain boots are rather versatile and can even be worn all year long if they are combined with a good pair of stockings or thick socks. In the summer, a 100% rubber model will do the trick if you are a puddle-jumping fanatic. For soggy autumn days and unexpected spring showers, however, an insulated boot may be preferable. Boots with a lining not only have a better thermal capacity but are often more comfortable to wear.