For the British farmer there is no greater companion than the Wellington boot. After all, you have to spend every day in the fields, with the animals, and ensuring that the crops are growing healthily and undisturbed.
This takes place regardless of the weather, and so in a country where rain is the primary forecast, it is good to know you can go out with protected feet and a comfortable pair of boots.
In this guide we highlight the best wellies for farming, so grab a coffee sit back and let us show you the top picks in the UK this month.
What to Look For
When looking for a reliable pair of boots for farming, you will want something that is sturdy, hardwearing, and unlikely to tear quickly.
A Wellington boot that fits well and warms icy toes is often a bonus, especially for winter days in the fields. Preferably, you’ll be able to wear them all year round and won’t need a pair of winter and summer wellies.
Here are some of the best farmer’s wellies and boots on the market for you to look through.
From the expensive and stylish, to the cheap and practical, you’ll find a welly here that is sure to suit your needs.
Best Wellies for Farming - Comparison Table
Aigle – Short and Warm for Work
In general, it would seem that the more expensive brands such as Aigle and Le Chameau are the best buys for farming wellies. They tend to last longer and are more durable, as well as being that bit more comfortable.
Places like Le Chameau and Joules who have warranties on their boots give a real confidence about how they feel about the quality of the brand.
While they are quite high up on the chain when it comes to expense it is well worth saving up for these if you need something that will last you a long time.
However, if you’re looking for a pair of farming wellies that cost a little less but still offer good quality, then it’s worth taking a look at Hunters, or maybe even the cheaper brands like Dunlop if you don’t want to spend a great deal.
For those of you looking for a welly that is going to serve you well at work (and does not cost a small fortune), be sure to look into Muck Boots.
They are reasonably priced and made for those in the agricultural industry, which means they are going to last and do what you need them to.
If you're a head of the family working, you may also check our reviews of Best Safety Boots with Steel Toes.
Have any thoughts on the boots we have talked about today? Or do you have suggestions of you own that you’d like to add? Leave a comment below with your thoughts; we’d love to hear from you!