Hodgman H5 H-Lock Wade Boot - Men's

Hodgman H5 H-Lock Wade Boot - Men's
Hodgman H5 H-Lock Wade Boot - Men's
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H5 H-Lock Wade Boot - Men's by Hodgman
You could purchase a pair of hiking shoes and a pair of waders to enjoy your fishing days, or you could just go with Hodgman's H5 H-Lock Wade Boot. Its H-Lock system allows you to switch the boot's sole for versatile traction on any terrain. Hodgman included a rubber sole that's ideal for dirty trails and rocky scree fields, while the welt sole (also included) gives a better grip over moss and slippery stones.

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SKU: HOD0007
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