6 Vegan Duck Boots to Buy for When It’s Wet Outside

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1. Men's Tan and Black Martin Tall Lined Winter Duck Boots by Goodfellow & Co.

  • Prep your feet for the wintry elements with this classic men's duck boot: a tan polyester upper, a black rubber foot and fluffy, fleece-like polyester lining.
  • Stands at about mid-calf height.
  • Water-resistant and toasty with a -10°F thermal rating.
  • Laces up with a black and white patterned bootlace.
  • Advertised as vegan: No, but all materials used in these boots are synthetic.
  • Pros: Duck boots just get more and more popular. These are pretty traditionally styled and built for rain and snow, making them good-looking footwear you can don from autumn all the way through chilly springtime weather. They're capable of navigating muddy and moderately rocky terrain, so they make great outdoor boots. Just tuck your jeans in and you're ready to go.
  • Cons: They're water-resistant but not waterproof, which means you might need to waterproof them yourself if you want your feet to stay dry in a downpour or wading through feet of snow all day.

2. Women's Brown Insulated Rain Duck Boots by Twisted

Twisted Shoes Becca Womens Rain Boots, Waterproof Wide Calf, Rubber Lace Up Duck Boot, Brown, 6
  • A quintessential ladies' duck boot in brown synthetic leather with a dark brown foot and tan sole. 
  • Laces with a striped yellow and brown bootlace.
  • Upper material is water-resistant.
  • Foot and sole are thick, water-repelling rubber that's grippy on the ground.
  • Lined with a fashionable plaid fabric that's soft and insulating.
  • Advertised as vegan: No, but these boots are all man-made.
  • Pros: These are the boots you want if you're searching for the ultimate duck rain boot look. You can't go wrong styling these whether you're putting them together with pants or a short skirt. Try pattern and fabric combos like tweed, houndstooth or plaid.
  • Cons: There's no real arch support to speak of, and while the lining is comfy, it's not so insulating that your feet won't get cold in seriously damp, nippy conditions.

3. Unisex Yellow and White Jimmy 3.0 Treklite Duck Boots with Faux Shearling Lining by Native Shoes

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4. Gray Faux Suede Ladies' Nala Ankle Duck Boots with Faux Shearling Lining by JBU

See These Boots on Zappos **Someone in the comments called customer service and these MAY NOT be vegan - be sure to double check. before buying.

  • Women's duck boot shortie rising just over the ankle in light gray, water-repellent faux suede.
  • Features a contrasting black rubber foot with yellow, white and gray accents.
  • Ties in the front with a complementary white and gray bootlace through stylish tabs.
  • Odor and moisture-resistant with a Microban antimicrobial treatment.
  • Fabric and memory foam-lined inside for plenty of comfort.
  • Partially recycled rubber foot is designed to leave no marks on the floor and provide good traction on all surfaces. 
  • Advertised as vegan: No, but these boots are all faux suede, faux shearling and synthetic construction.
  • Pros: A little different from standard duck boots, these neutral rain boots have just a touch of color to brighten up a drab, rainy afternoon. They're warm enough for winter and wearable with so many outfits choices — gray does go with everything. 
  • Cons: Because of their short height, they may not be the best winter apparel if you get feet of snow where you live.

DREAM PAIRS Men's Blazzer-1 Black Insulated Waterproof Winter Snow Boots Size 9 M US

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1 thought on “6 Vegan Duck Boots to Buy for When It’s Wet Outside”

  1. The JBU boots aren’t vegan, they’re sprayed with leather flocking. Just talked to their customer service team to confirm. If they’re not listed under their “vegan” page, they’re not vegan.

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