Korkers K-5 Bomber Wading Boots - Interchangeable Outsoles (For Men)
About Korkers K-5 Bomber Wading Boots - Interchangeable Outsoles (For Men)
Closeouts. A top-tier wading boot for serious anglers, Korkers' K-5 Bomber wading boots live up to their name with extra-durable construction. Triple-stitched seams and riveted metal lacing hooks are paired with an interchangeable outsole system that excels on a variety of surfaces.
Specs about Korkers K-5 Bomber Wading Boots - Interchangeable Outsoles (For Men)
- Gusseted tongue
- Upper: Synthetic
- Lining: Textile
- Removable insole
- Outsole: OmniTrax® Interchangeable Sole System with one pair Kling-On® rubber soles and one pair felt soles
- Height: 7"
- Heel height: 1-1/2"
- Weight (pair): 3 lb. 6 oz.
- All specs based on size 10
- Half sizes order up
- Made in Cambodia
- Visit our Shoe Sizing Guide
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Nice bootsVerified Buyer Reviewed by Troy from Colorado on Monday, September 3, 2018Heavier than my old boots. Fit is spot on, I went a full size up from my normal shoes. Hiked into a fishing spot and these boots did well on the trail and the river.
Nice productVerified Buyer Reviewed by B.m.ayers on Instagram from Pennsylvania on Thursday, June 7, 2018Much better than my last pair of boots. These are built for heavy use
Sturdy bootsVerified Buyer Reviewed by Troutman750 from UPSTATE NY on Monday, May 28, 2018I have only had these boots for nine days but six of them have been on the water. Very pleased with this sturdy construction which is perfect for our upstate New York streams. Wish there was a studded sole option that came with this boot. Have only used the rubber sole so far but it has been great for moving miles upstream comfortably. Many days have been 6+ hours on the water so that comfort is important! Waiting and entire season to see how these hold up before giving five stars.
Good first impressionVerified Buyer Reviewed by Ryan from Minnesota on Saturday, May 19, 2018Fit is good (I sized up one from normal shoe size). Haven’t hit the water with them yet though!
wasted moneyReviewed by Swamplover from Upstate NY on Wednesday, May 9, 2018Korkers in my opinion are a waste of money.. the felt bottoms do not last more than a season with heavy use.. ( 3-4 times a week for 4 month @ around 5 hours per day) the felt bottoms are cheap felt that just do not hold up. They do run small by at least half a size. I will however give them the point of having great ankle support.
When attaching the soles be careful not to split the rubber where toe inserts on them.
Would recommend buying a good felted boot if you are looking to only use felt, which has no substitute for traction on a wet rock while wading in moving waters.
Great fitVerified Buyer Reviewed by Just Bill from Pennsylvania on Monday, March 26, 2018Second pair of Korkers I've had. Therefore great and were good hiking and wadib5
Definately runs smallVerified Buyer Reviewed by Nor Cal from Nor Cal on Friday, January 26, 2018Nice boot. Runs small went online and Korkers recommends you order size up. For example they recommend-
Men's Size Conversions
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5 order 6
5.5 order 6
6 order 7
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Definitely if you have any question order a larger than smaller
Great wading bootsVerified Buyer Reviewed by RatherBeFishin from Pacific NW on Thursday, October 19, 2017My first pair of wading boots but the price was great so I splurged. Overall they're well made and heavy duty. Since I find it helpful when others post size info in their reviews I will too. I wear a 10.5 shoe and bought a size 11 boot. At first I thought maybe I should return them for a size 12 because they seemed tight when I tried them on (neoprene feet on waders). I decided against it and after a couple of trips out in the water they seem to have "relaxed" just a tiny bit and are fine. I've worn other wading boots (loaners) that were too large and that seems like a good way to get a twisted ankle.
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