Rain is usually an inconvenience, and rain boots are usually even more of an inconvenience—they’re uncomfortable, the rubber makes your legs sweat, they take forever to dry off and they’re just plain hard to maneuver around in. But most of all, they look kinda lame. So here are some rain boots that don’t look like rain boots, and will feel a lot better.

Carlos Weatherproof Chukka Boot (Aquatalia, $300): Equipped with a waterproof finish, this chukka will keep your feet looking good and feeling dry even on the rainiest of days.

Seton Waterproof Chukka Boot (UGG, $200): With a distinguished vintage look, these leather, lace-ups are lined with wool to keep your socks from feeling soggy and your toes from pruning up in any weather conditions.

UA Kilchis (Under Armour, $70): These aren’t your average water shoes. They’re every day sneakers made from a highly breathable, quick-dry textile upper with a contoured midsole featuring some sweet drainage ports that’ll remove excess moisture.

Damien Waterproof Wingtip Boot (Blondo, $200): Going somewhere fancy but it rained on your parade? Let it. This classic weatherproof leather wingtip boasts both style and utility to get you from Point A to Point B, handsomely.

Vigan Water-Resistant Chelsea Boot (LLOYD, $230): The heavy duty sole on these leather Chelseas will wick moisture away from your toes and dry quick enough to look sharp for your morning presentation.

Apollo Rain (Native, $80): These easy slip-ons with elastic side panels are shock-absorbent and wet-proof, so you can jump in all the puddles you want—because it never gets old.

Irish Setter 838 Wingshooter Waterproof Boots (L.L.Bean, $160): Designed with comfort technology, these full-grain-leather UltraDry boots are a super lightweight, cozy option for the days you wish you could stay inside.

Original Rubber Lace-Up Boots (Hunter, $185): Remember the classic boots you rocked growing up? This matte rubber ankle boot takes the original waterproof design to a new level as a chunky soled lace-up.

Cruz Chukka Rain Boots (Bogs, $140): These seam-sealed, DuraFresh biotechnology-lined chukkas will keep your feet dry from both the ground and your own sweatiness.

Men’s Saltzman WP (Keen, $130): Maybe you don’t feel like getting all dressed up when the weather’s being iffy. These waterproof, mesh hiking shoes will get you through the day with comfort.

Warren Waterproof Chelsea (Cole Haan, $250): There’s little room left in your overwhelming shoe collection—but you need them, because the waterproof, sleek leather makes a suave addition you can’t live without. Made with Grand.OS technology, they’re uber lightweight with improved forefoot traction.