Korkers Redside Wading Boot - Men's

Korkers Redside Wading Boot - Men's
Korkers Redside Wading Boot - Men's
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Redside Wading Boot - Men's by Korkers
All-day river warriors know the stress that holding ground in moving water can put on the body, which is why Korkers designed the Redside Wading Boot. Comfort-oriented with the backing of tech features to handle the water, the Redside offers a natural fit for all-day capability while you find the sweet spot of the river that yields the best catch.

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SKU: KKR0004
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