Explore shallow streams and deep pools with confidence. Tough and rugged 1200 denier nylon upper is enhanced with a hard rubber toe, rubber foxing tape, a padded collar, a pull-on strap, and drain holes. Color: Khaki. Imported.
Rated 4 out of 5 by got2bfree Dogwood Canyon® Wading Boots Are A Good Buy
I ordered a size smaller than my regular shoe size. They fit well with 3mm neoprene stocking foot. Used them in a creek with rocky bottom and they worked well. I went through some pretty swift water waist deep and didn't fall.
April 19, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by GetRealFrank great support, good traction
I was pleasantly surprised at the support for a canvass shoe, Haven't tested it on any rocky streams yet, might do better with cleats.Real good price, thou and the foot of my neoprene waders fits fine.
March 23, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by lasportsfan Get what you pay for
I purchased these to fly fish in Arkansas. Before the boots were in the Little Missouri River, an eyelet pulled out. They still worked but will upgrade the next purchase. Thankful Bossier City Basspro refunded the purchase price even after using them.
March 20, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Larryinla Not 2 bad
I use them in the Kren River in Ca.
and like them very much.
I have used more costly ones, there was not much difference .
October 19, 2011
No felt bottoms on the pair I bought. The heel is a bit narrow. PRO- digs in well down a slippery mud embankment and doesn't hold mud like a felt bottom (invasive species, weightiness, etc...) CON- the smaller surface area of the heel gives less ankle support stability on rounded streambed rocks then a wide felt bottom but they tie up OK so...