This is not a post I had expected write. It’s February after all; rain and wind are not unexpected but the storms and floods we’ve seen have been unprecedented.

With vast areas of Britain suffering from serious flooding, a good pair of Wellington boots will provide vital protection for any Gent needing to get his feet dirty.

Sales of Wellies have increased drastically in the the past two weeks – so we’ve chosen five of our favourites to aid your decision if you haven’t already picked up a pair.

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[button link=”#” size=”small” target=”self”] Original Tall by Hunter [/button]

An obvious choice. Hunter’s Original boots are the perfect all rounders. Sturdy enough to battle floods and comfortable enough for festival wear. Available in a range of colours.

Hunter Orginal Black

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[button link=”#” size=”small” target=”self”] Mens Wellyboot by Joules [/button]

If you’re going for the rugged manly look – then these lace-up, olive wellyboots will show that you mean business.

Wellyboot Joules

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[button link=”#” size=”small” target=”self”] Skey Boots by Aigle  [/button]

Perhaps, not strictly Wellington Boots but these nautical Aigle boots will keep you floating above water, literally.

Skey by Aigle

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[button link=”#” size=”small” target=”self”] Vierzon by Le Chameau [/button]

In Le Chameau’s signature green, and featuring an adjustable strap, these wellies protect while giving the air of sophistication.

Vierzon by Le Chameau

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[button link=”#” size=”small” target=”self”] Chore by The Original Muck Boot Company  [/button]

Comfortable wellies that won’t look out of place should you need to wear them into work.

Muck Chore