If there is one type of men’s footwear that has no substitute, it’s the humble muck boot. Although many styles of leather and nylon uppers are manufactured with water-resistant linings, no boot is 100% waterproof unless made from some sort of rubber, neoprene, or PVC. But that doesn’t mean a pair of galoshes has to be less comfortable than your well-worn cowhide trail boots. In fact, for watery environments, they usually offer superior fit and performance. Here are three styles of wellies that will keep your feet dry and fully supported when the creek rises.