Find beautiful rain boots in Montreal

It was 2005 when Kate Moss first iconically paired rain boots with mini shorts, and the fashion world hasn’t looked back since. Rubber boots have become a trendy ally against rain, snow and the cold. We've rounded up the best places to find beautiful rain boots in Montreal, so you can stay dry without compromising style.

Bottes Et Baskets Inc

1130, rue Beaubien E, Montréal, QC H2S 1T5

Bottes & Baskets is known for its friendly staff, its timeless products, and its iconic brands, such as Aigle rain boots. Master rubber manufacturer since 1853, the brand makes boots by hand from natural rubber resin, in France. In the heart of Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie, you can also try coloured boots (purple, red, blue, etc.) and even small ankle rain boots. Keep your eyes open for other brands such as Birkenstock, Converse, Vans and Dr Martens.

Boutique Oxford

174, rue Saint-Viateur O, Montréal, QC H2T 2L3

Tucked into the heart of the Mile End, Oxford reflects the diversity of the neighbourhood with its mix of streetwear and Scandinavian products. This eclecticism is also found in their range of magazines. The shopping experience of the store is authentic. The concept: browse the magazines while trying on shoes or boots. Incidentally, we like its choice of quality rain boots from Aigle, especially those with a green leaf design. The experienced team here will make sure you get just the right boots to match your style.

Boutique Onze

4146, rue Saint-Denis, Montréal, QC H2W 2M5

Boutique Onze, on Saint Denis Street, offers a wide range of quality clothing and accessories, often with a vintage, bohemian, and classic inspiration. They have a mix of neutral and colourful rain boots here, so there’s sure to be something to fit your taste. If you’re ready for a bold choice, try the pretty floral print boots.

Tendances Chaussures

150, rue Sainte-Catherine O, Montréal, QC H2X 3Y2

Tendances Montréal, in the Complexe Desjardins, is part of the family-owned Bo Pied group. Known for its comfortable, stylish products, the store offers a wide selection of quality brands of rain boots, such as Bogs, Post Wellies, Palladium, Cougar, Sperry Top-sider and more. Looking for originality? You'll find the Portuguese brand Lemon Jelly irresistible. This brand offers colourful and funky ankle boots to tackle the rainy days with a smile. Moreover, the boots are lemon-scented!

Browns Shoes

1191, rue Sainte-Catherine O, Montréal, QC H3B 1K4

Founded in 1940 in Montreal, family-owned Browns offers many exclusive international collections by famous designers. You’ll find rain boots by Hunter, Michael by Michael Kors, Bogs, B2, Aigle and more. For a perfect look in the rain, wear a pair of very warm Hunter or Michael Kors socks and let them show above your boots. For a real splash of originality, choose brightly coloured or printed socks.

Chaussures Tony ShoeS Inc

1346, av Greene, Westmount, QC H3Z 2B1

Chaussures Tony is one of the most famous stores in Montreal. Founded in 1937 by the Fargnoli family, the Outremont store sells only the highest quality footwear all while providing personalized service. You’ll find classic and original rain boots by Bogs, Ilse Jacobsen, Ishu, Lemon Jelly, Pajar and Sperry.

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