You can always count on Hunter to come up trumps, and the Balmoral Neoprene is no exception. Besides being unbelievably comfortable and durable, they look the part, too. They even have removable insoles so you can adapt the fit between seasons.
If you have any festivals lined up this year, the Haymarket Splash Rainboot is the welly for you. An alternative twist on the classic Burberry check, it offers pure panache.
3. Emily Hannah
Featuring a funky cow print, these wellies offer an alternative to more predictable animal designs. The side buckle means they will work with anything from skinny jeans to thick trousers and welly socks.
Add a touch of chic to your dog walks. Whether you're off on an urban stroll or a country hike, these are both a classy and comfortable option.
5. Wedge Welly
This glamorous spin on the traditional Wellington boot adds a splash of colour and a 2.5-inch wedge heel for added height and leg length. No need to sacrifice high heels ever again, even on the muddiest of walks.
6. Le Chameau
If you can afford it, snap up a pair. Fully lined in soft full-grain leather, with a zip that makes the boot fit perfectly to the ankle and heel, the Chasseur boot makes any other boot seem loose and ill-fitting. A true treat for the feet.
Blend into the woodland - well, that's going a bit far - with these cheerful wellies from B&Q. At a bargain price, they are great value and perfect for splashing around in all seasons.
Bring the wild side into your wardrobe with these leopard print wellies. They're both hip and sturdy and come with an adjustable strap, catering for those of us with meatier calves.
After a shorter-length welly that doesn't look granny-ish? This surf style pair does the trick perfectly, leaving you oozing with cool whether you're on a beach, a fell or indeed at a festival.
Not for nothing is this the aristocratic choice of Wellington boot. Made for men and women of style, they are a classic welly to be seen in and are suitably hard-wearing to see you through years of muddy meanderings.