Hodgman Aesis H-Lock Wade Boa Boot - Men's

Hodgman Aesis H-Lock Wade Boa Boot - Men's
Hodgman Aesis H-Lock Wade Boa Boot - Men's
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Aesis H-Lock Wade Boa Boot - Men's by Hodgman
You go fishing to relax, and it's pretty darn hard to relax when you're switching in and out of waders and hiking shoes every time you see a fishier spot downstream. When you have Hodgman's Aesis H-Lock Wade Boa Boot, that part of your day is as easy as can be. Its H-Lock System allows you to replace the boot's sole with welt for grip on slimy stones, or you can keep the rubber sole intact for the trail. Hodgman also outfitted the Aesis with a Boa dial closure for getting in and out quick and simple.

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