Korkers Kling-On Sticky Rubber Outsole

Korkers Kling-On Sticky Rubber Outsole
Korkers Kling-On Sticky Rubber Outsole
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Kling-On Sticky Rubber Outsole by Korkers
Upgrade your felt boot sole with the Korkers Kling-On Sticky Rubber Outsole to maintain solid footing on algae-covered river rock and prevent water-dwelling creatures or plants from burrowing into the felt.

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SKU: KKR0006
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