Redington Willow River Felt Boot - Women's

Redington Willow River Felt Boot - Women's
Redington Willow River Felt Boot - Women's
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Willow River Felt Boot - Women's by Redington
Unless you're a world-class caster, you're going to need to wade out a bit to get your fly to the far bank. The Redington Women's Willow River Felt Boots deliver the traction you need to wade safely thanks to a felt sole that sticks to slimy rocks and mossy river bottoms. And since standing in a river for hours on end can wear a boot down pretty quick, Redington built the Willow from a lightweight and durable material that will last multiple seasons.

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SKU: RNG002S
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