Skagit River Wading Boot - Sticky Rubber - Men's by Redington
Your old tennis shoes are going to be slicker than snot if you try to wade in them, and the last thing you want to do is take a slider right as you finally hook into that 20-inch brown you spotted feeding behind a log. The Redington Men's Skagit River Wading Boot has got you covered with its sticky rubber sole that will cling to slick river bottoms. The Skagit is made with a quick-draining upper with mesh side panels that will let water pass through the boot, so you don't end up lugging a bunch of water around all day. Redington reinforced the Skagit with a rubber rand and heel, so you don't rip them out when you scrape them along a submerged log or boulder. And if you need a little more bite from these boots, you can attach metal studs to their stud-compatible soles for even more grip.
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Redington Skagit River Wading Boot - Sticky Rubber - Men's
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