Light, comfortable

Reviewed by D from Midwest on Sunday, September 27, 2015
Lightest, most comfortable boots I've owned in years. Have worn on about 10 fishing days and a close inspection shows no hint of seam or sole separation -- two common problems with wading boots. Much of the boot is made from some kind synthetic canvas-like material, which may explain the light weight. At $32, if I can get a season out of them, I will be happy. I wear size 12 shoes, and usually buy size 13 or 14 wading boots to make room for the neoprene bootie on stocking-foot waders. For me 14s often are too big and 13s sometimes are too small. This boot's size 13 was a perfect fit. Traction improved with some hex-head screws driven into the soles. No studs come with the boot but they are easily purchased..
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