Closeouts. A wading boot that can double as a hunting boot. Korkers Mudder Ducker wading boots have quick-lacing convenience, integrated drainage ports and include interchangeable Kling-On sticky rubber outsole and felt outsole.
Reviewed by jb1023 from Colorado on Wednesday, January 14, 2015
I have not had these in the water yet I fail to see how they could be anything but good. They are not too heavy and the tread is nice and aggressive. They appear well made and I suspect they will last for a long time. I wear a half size and on my first pair I only went up a half size, promptly sent those back and went up another size so I am now wearing 1.5 sizes over normal.
Reviewed by PATrouter from PA on Tuesday, December 23, 2014
I fish A-LOT all year round. That being said, I got these in early April 2014 and they are starting to show a decent amount of wear. I'll probably need another set of boots by the end of January or February. I use them hard and often, so they lasted a reasonable amount of time. For someone that only fishes every now and then, or a lot in April-June you will get years of use out of them if you take care of them. They came with a felt and rubber sole. I've almost used the felt to the bone and idk if they will see the rubber sole before their time. I would recommend that if you're a half size get the next size up! I wear an 8.5 in most thing and the 9 fits well, I've found that korkers tent to run a little small. All and all a decent boot for a great price!
Reviewed by Chillout ID from SE Idaho on Friday, December 5, 2014
Best wading boots I've owned. I own 2 pairs and bought this pair for a buddy. I fish Alaska yearly where felt is out and the kling-on sole works fine where I fish but is not as grippy as felt. The felt soles work great here in Idaho and Montana on my home waters. I love the versatility of these boots. I've worn these boots to hike in to fishing spots with the kling-on sole and then switched to the felt when I got to the river, saving wear and tear on the felt. These boots are light in weight and very comfortable It's easy to carry the extra sole in my tackle bag day pack. Other soles are available at Fly Shops and sporting retailers. Soles are easy to change. I currently have 1 season on each of my pairs with about 20 days each and they are holding up great and still look nearly new. Sizing is true for me. I wear a 9, 9.5 street shoe and I got size 10 and it is perfect.
Reviewed by Frank from Oklahoma on Tuesday, November 11, 2014
Only problem I had is with the Quick Tie ? lace-up system. There isn't enough slack in the laces to allow full expansion of the boot opening, so I couldn't get my foot in. I removed the laces, put in regular laces and all is well. Just wore them for the third time on our local tailwater and they get the job done for me when I'm in the water for 7 or 8 hours. They fit well (my size 9 foot in a size 10 boot) and are very comfortable.
They were recommended to me, and I can recommend them to others.
Reviewed by Mark V. from Wilkes Barre, Pa. on Monday, September 22, 2014
I used these boots while wading in the salmon river,NY and they performed great overall. Comfortable with great ankle support and the interchangeable soles were very easy to swap. Although I no longer hunt, I think these boots would also work well out of the water.
Reviewed by anonymous from Colorado on Sunday, August 17, 2014
It's nice to have the option of wearing the felt bottom or the rubber bottom. The fit was really good as well. I normally where a 10 or 10 1/2 shoe size, but went with the 11 to fit with the neoprene boot I have with my waders and it fit perfect. And even though I wasn't necessarily looking for a camo pattern, they actually look pretty good. Better in person than in the picture.
Reviewed by Bass tremble when they hear my name from Arvada, Colorado on Wednesday, August 6, 2014
I bought these boots back in April and have used them extensively since then. My dress shoe size is a men's 9 1/2 or a 10 in sneakers. After reading other reviews I purchased an 11 so they could fit my waders. They started out a little snug but fit comfortably now that they are worn in and I would suggest going a full 2 sizes up from your dress shoe if you plan on wearing thick socks with your waders. After an entire summer's use and a lot of hiking into various fishing spots, these boots have held up extremely well to the punishment and seem like they will continue to do so for many more years before I will have to replace them. The interchangeable rubber/felt sole is genius and can be easily switched out on area using a small flat-head screwdriver to suit your needs. For those of you fishing in areas that might have a ban on felt soles these boots offer the perfect solution allowing you to own only one pair of wading boots while still giving you the option to use felt soles when you can. In my opinion these boots are better than many $200 dollar wading boots that I've seen. You can't beat these boots for the price.