Customer Reviews Of:
Frogg Toggs Kikker Guide Wading Boots (For Men)

Closeouts. Frogg Toggs' Kikker Guide wading boots keep fishermen on their feet in wet conditions, and feature a protective design with a 360° rubber rand and a cushioned collar.

Average Rating based on 37 reviews 3.135135 0 5
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  • Reviewed by fly fish it from Washington on Saturday, September 9, 2017
    These are horrible wading boots. I bought a pair from Sierra and went to Alaska. The stitching ripped on the shoes on the first day. I called Sierra and they were great at getting me another pair. Wore them fishing for the second time since I got them and both soles literally came off. These are not built well and it's quite frustrating.
  • Reviewed by natalieg from Sisters, OR on Monday, August 28, 2017
    If I could give these boots zero stars I would. First off, for a dirt cheap pair of wading boots, they fit and feel pretty good. But you get what you pay for, and I have totally wasted my money. As other reviewers have stated, the soles peel apart from the shoe. I noticed mine started deteriorating after I had worn them 3-4 times. Not only does the entire sole peel from the boot upper at and alongside the toe, the layers within the sole peel apart from one another. So now one of my boots has three flaps while the other has two. It's really hard to safely navigate in a river while tripping over the toes of your own boots. Save yourself the heartache and don't buy.
  • Reviewed by D from Midwest on Saturday, August 26, 2017
    I had high hopes for this lightweight boot. My first pair failed within a year. The sole pulled away at multiple places. To its credit, Sierra took them back. Second pair did the same thing, but it is too late to return them. I have used glue and screws with the hope of keeping them together for the remainder of the 2017 fishing season. It would have been a great boot, comfortable and lightweight, if Frogg Toggs used better manufacturing techniques, including a durable glue.
  • Reviewed by Colorado_Al from Boulder, CO on Monday, August 7, 2017
    These are comfortable boots but the soles disintegrate on contract with water. After 1 hour in the river they had peeled back 3 inches from the toe. Total garbage!
  • Reviewed by jimmyplz from Southern California on Wednesday, July 26, 2017
    If you plan on doing any hiking with these, you might want to reconsider. I got these back in December and probably used them about 7 or 8 times and already the soles are separating from the boot. Granted some of the hiking I've done is pretty aggressive but they shouldn't fall apart that quick. Also the laces basically started ripping after the first use which is less of an issue in my opinion because you can buy better laces. These are really cheap so unless you are using these as a backup I wouldn't recommend these.
  • Reviewed by conman from ontario on Friday, July 21, 2017
    good boot for the price but don't expect it to last longer than 2 seasons if you fish hard (i.e. 1-2 trips a week with 4-8 hrs of hiking up and down the river/bank)
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jim on the river from Colorado on Tuesday, May 2, 2017
    I bought this wader boots recently, I used the tongue to pull the boot on with my waders and the tongue seam rip out. Might be just the one pair I have, but I am sending the back to Sierra.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by sbellstam from Colorado on Monday, March 27, 2017
    I ordered one size bigger.
  • Reviewed by Mac from Boston, MA on Friday, March 3, 2017
    The boots are extremely lightweight. I hike beaches and trails to get to spots so this is important. These boots will come with defects, no other way to get something like these for ~30 bucks.

    These are solid provided you do a few things (my own experience):
    1. Buy some shoe repair glue with toluene in it, that will help you repair the sole issues.
    2. Brush them clean and hang them to dry, don't leave them where they won't get some air. (think hockey gloves)
    3. Don't crank down too much on the laces/eyelets
    I will get at least 2 seasons out of these and maybe more depending on whether i'm in rocks or sand a majority of the time.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Hop from Missouri on Sunday, February 12, 2017
    I had to get a size bigger than normal due to the waders stockings, but they fit great.
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