Take the guesswork out of wading boots, and get a secure, exact fit with the Orvis Riverguard Boa Pivot Wading Boot. The Boa closure adjusts precisely, and the airplane-grade steel cable holds steady no matter what speed of water you go in. It easily releases when you're ready to take your boot off, which won't be for a while because the Riverguard is designed for your comfort. With an EVA midsole to absorb impact and a microfiber upper that is malleable enough to move with you, this boot may make you start thinking you're wading in slippers. To reduce slipping, Orvis added its proprietary outsole for traction on rocks, sand, and slime, and gave you the option to add studs for when things really get dicey.
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Orvis Riverguard BOA Pivot Wading Boot
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