The Korkers Men's Buckskin Wading Boots offer solid comfort, support, and traction while you wade so you can focus on catching that enormous rainbow that keeps swirling around your fly. The Buckskins feature the OmniTrax 3. 0 Interchangeable Sole System so you can adapt your traction to meet the performance needs of each river system. We are offering two sole options: felt and Kling-On rubber outsole, or the Kling-On rubber outsole and the studded Kling-On. You can purchase other outsoles separately for maximum versatility. The non-marking Kling-On outsoles are also safe for all boats. Korkers also gave the Buckskins a mid-high cuff for excellent ankle support. Made for the wet wading angler in mind, the Buckskins have hydrophobic waterproof materials to reduce water absorption and thus overall weight, and to enable them to dry faster to help prevent the spread of invasive species. Fewer stitched seams improve durability and eliminate potential failure points with the 3D EVA molded toe caps. In addition, regrind rubber toe caps provide an added layer of durability without adding weight, while traditional laces feature rugged web loops for added protection and durability. Integrated midsole drainage ports also allow water to drain quickly to keep the boots lighter while you wade.
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