A rugged rubber rain boot designed to keep your feet warm in colder conditions, the Bogs Classic High boot works super well as a transition piece from late winter to early spring. It's ideal for use when the ground gets muddy or the snow gets dirty and slushy. In these conditions, you may not want to wear your winter boots (with suede or textile uppers) since they can be harder to clean; the Bogs Classic High is a great solution to this problem. It still provides plenty of warmth, but it's quick and easy to spray down. We've also met several farmers who swear by their Bogs.
If you live in a colder, rainy climate, you may be able to stretch your use of this boot into late spring, but at temperatures above 65 degrees, it can feel really toasty in there. This is not the ideal model if you live in a milder climate or you want a stylish rain boot that you can wear all spring long; however, if you want a tough product that still offers comfort and good traction, we highly recommend this high-scoring product. If you need a little less warmth, we'll point you toward our Editors' Choice winner, the Bogs North Hampton - Women's, and if you need a little more warmth, we'll point you toward The Original Muck Boot Company Arctic Sport II.