It’s raining like a MF in Calgary right now.
Which is probably why I found myself daydreaming about finding a cute pair of rain boots.
When I realized that tracking down some super cute womens wide width rain boot styles would make for an exceptional blog post.
I’m disappointed to report that finding them is a real challenge.
That said, I still managed to come up with eight super cute styles that you can rock while the rain is pouring down.
No more wet feet for you!
Best plus size rain boots for wide feet
If you’re in a place that sees heavy rain all year round, you might consider getting a full-calf design.
Personally, I love these adorable polka dot tall Jileon wide width calf rain boots.
Wide calves in mind, these bad boys have extra room in all the areas you need it most.
They have non-slip soles that shed mud, so they work even if you’re in a particular stick ahem muddy situation.
These wide calved shoes have a number of styles, including black, purple gloss, blue knots, and gray dandelion
You’re sure to look fashionable and stay dry!
Polka dots are my jam.
Plus, I have kind of wide calves and sometimes, when I’m feeling self-conscious, I prefer something shorter.
That’s why these Jileon wide width short rain boots are getting top billing in this post.
Not only are these super cute womens wide width rain booties, but you can snag a pair of them for under $70 USD.
If you ask me (and you’re reading this post, so I’m assuming you did), it’s a steal of a deal.
If black and white isn’t your spirit shoe, they have four other designs to pick from.
These Jileon wide calf rain boots are specifically designed for wide width feet.
You shouldn’t have any problem getting them on, even if you do sport a pair of clown feet like yours truly.
They slip on and off easily, are 100% waterproof and are super lightweight.
And you’ll just love matching them with your cute rain jacket!
Want something more toned-down with a slightly higher shaft?
Lucky for you, Jileon also makes stylish mid-calf wide width rain boots for ladies.
Built with plus size women in mind, these shoes will be a joy to walk in. Plus, they’ll keep you warm and dry!
They go half-way up your calf, and are spacious. Not only in the leg area, but also your ankles and feet.
You should have no problem getting them off.
If you don’t love the blue and pale pink combo, they also come in teal leaves, gray spot and purple butterfly.
While having a pair is functional, I’m a firm believer that they should also be fun and flirty. So, go wild, girl!
If you’re looking for a lot of room in the calf area, Jileon (again with the win) comes in with extra wide width rain boots that also come up the calf.
Perfect for super rainy situations where you need an extra room.
Now, I consider the polka dot pictured to be pretty tame, but if you’re looking for something a little more classic, it also comes in a black with green trim (also cute).
What makes these REALLY great is the fact that they have a rear extension if you want some wiggle room.
Not to mention the extension makes it really easy to slip them off and on.
5. Hunter Wide Calf Boot
If you’re looking for a luxury style rain boot, Hunter is for you. Luck for those of us that have larger calves, they have a specific boot that’s perfect for plus size ladies.
Despite the fact that the company launched in 1856, Hunter made a big splash on the fashion scene a few years back.
Just like Uggs before them, they were the fashionable rain boot.
The problem was, they didn’t fit my fat calves (just like Uggs at the time) — so I couldn’t be as fashionable as the other girls.
But they’ve stepped up their game with the wide fit rain boot.
To clarify, these boots are mostly designed with wide calves in mind.
Thus I recommend trying a pair on in-person before you commit.
If they fit though, they’re well worth the price as far as keeping your feet dry goes!
6. Hunter Adjustable Boots
If you’re interested in a shorter Hunter boot, they make an adjustable mid-calf boot that’s perfect for you. If you have a wider calf, the strap lets you get a little extra room where you really need.
Hunter also has adjustable back boots.
While these aren’t the same as their wide calf boots, they have a bit of extra room for those that need it.
Their certified vegan, and the adjustable gusset and buckle at the back gives you the opportunity to adjust the fit.
It comes in four cute colors, and you’ll love them in your boot collection!
Sperry boots with wide width
Sperry delivers if you’re looking for something with a more traditional look.
It’s less fun and more utility (which is still fashionable!).
If you’re headed out for a hike and need a great pair of boots, or you’re planning on spending more time outside than in, these might be the perfect wide width rain boot for you.
Sperry has a few different boot styles, but the Sperry Syren Golf are super cute, cozy, and they’ll keep you warm.
While not an official wide width rain boot, some wearers say that it works like a charm. It has a matte rubber duck shell and a wool shaft.
While these look cozy and stylish you can get them on and off super easy with a medial zipper.
They’re lined with microfleece inside to make sure your feet don’t get cool. Pair them with your favorite pair of hiking pants.
If you don’t love the dark and gray wide width rubber boots, then they also have an off-white style tool. Wearers say these are “waterproof boot heaven.”
They’re comfy, cozy and keep your feet dry.
Dressy ladies rain boots wide width friendly
Every fashionista needs a full knee-length boot—even if you feel self-conscious about your calves I swear you’ll look like a babe.
If you think waterproof boots would make a great wardrobe addition, check out the LifeStride Fallon wide width rain shoes.
These are made of 100% synthetic material and sit approximately knee-length. Who doesn’t love a great pair of tall boots?
They have a fancy two-buckle design, a slight heel and have a riding boot-style look (which I love). Pair them with your favorite dress for a fun look.
However, they aren’t listed as waterproof boots so you’ll probably want to keep them in low-rain areas and make sure you use some kind of shoe protector so you don’t wreck them!
The LifeStride Francesca is another wide width rain boot that should probably stay in lighter-rain weather because it’s not listed “waterproof” even though it’s touted as a rain boot.
If you need something that’s uber fashionable and love a knee-length boot (who doesn’t).
These also have a riding boot feel (which is something that I super love) and would look stellar with a pair of skinny ponte pants.
Wearers say these bad boys are GREAT if you have wider calves and have issues finding boots that fit.
I also really love the classy brown style because they can go with anything.
Rain boot accessories
Rain Boot Sock
Why use a rain boot sock?
Obviously, they look super cute. But they can also keep you warm, and help keep rain from sneaking through the top!
Rainboot socks can be a bit challenging to find because only some companies make them (like Hunter and Ugg).
But there’s no saying that you can’t mix one of these bad boys with your cute new rain boots.
You can make ANY shoe waterproof with a product like Solemates all weather protector spray.
You simply spray this on and let it dry and voilà, waterproof!
But make sure that it won’t ruin your favorite pair by double-checking their material.
Kiwi Select all protector
Already have a pair of rain or water-resistant boots? No problem!
You can make sure they’re safe from salt and water stains with something like Kiwi All Protector is necessary. It’s cheap and easy to use.
But again, make sure that you have the right kind for your shoe’s fabric.
Final thoughts: Finding the right wide width rain boots
I don’t know about you, but I LOVE a good pair of cute AF rain boots. But finding the right wide width rain boots can be a real challenge.
The challenges us plus size babes face don’t stop at cute dresses and adorable swimsuits, boots can be a REAL issue. Luckily there are a few companies out there that give us some solid foot ware.
I have to say, I like the Jileon line of boots simply for their value. They’re an affordable choice, but have some super cute patterns that you’ll love. Especially those polka dot cuties.