How to keep feet warm in rain boots
Investing in a pair of rain boots with fleece linings is a great option for trapping in warm air in your boots and will ensure your feet stay toasty for as long as you wear them. Another option is to layer up on the socks, thick socks won’t necessarily mean your feet will stay warm, wearing a few pairs of woolly ankle socks will ensure your toes stay extra toasty.
How to wear rain boots
Practical and surprisingly sophisticated, rain boots are a stylish cure for wet weather days. For gents, pick black or dark green rain boots for a classic look, and wear them with a whole range of outfits like your jeans and a black raincoat. Perfect for throwing on for drizzly dog walks.
How to dry out rain boots
If the inside of your rain boots gets wet after stomping through puddles, allow them to dry naturally for around 24 hours. To speed up the process, stuff your wet rain boots with scrunched up newspaper will help to absorb any extra moisture and will ensure your rain boots maintain their shape. Always dry out your boots naturally to avoid any cracking or discolouration.