Redington Siren Felt Boot - Women's

Redington Siren Felt Boot - Women's
Redington Siren Felt Boot - Women's
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Siren Felt Boot - Women's by Redington
The river always seems peaceful--until you're thigh-deep in the river with the current pulling on your legs. It's times like these you'll be glad you're wearing the Redington Women's Siren Felt Boots. Redington made these boots from a lightweight synthetic material that's lightweight, durable, and dries quickly so you don't feel weighed down as you walk up river to the next best fishing hole.

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SKU: RNG002R
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