Korkers Studded Kling-On Sticky Rubber Outsole

Korkers Studded Kling-On Sticky Rubber Outsole
Korkers Studded Kling-On Sticky Rubber Outsole
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Studded Kling-On Sticky Rubber Outsole by Korkers
Upgrade the sole of your Korkers wading boot with the Studded Kling-On Sticky Rubber Outsole and maintain your footing on snow-covered, icy banks during those difficult but exciting moments that only come with winter fishing.

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SKU: KKR0007
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