RedHead® Dogwood Canyon® Rubber Lug Sole Wading Boots for Men
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- Rugged 1200 denier nylon upper
- Hard rubber toe
- rubber foxing tape
- Padded collar
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 3.9 out of 5 by 28
Rated 5 out of 5 by Stogie Comfortable and great for wading
I have wide big feet 10 1/2 to 11 EEEE so I ordered a size 12 and they are almost too big for me.
I wear them with the wading socks to wet wade and over my waders when it is cold. They are easy to get in and out of. I like the traction so far.
Overall a great purchase.
September 30, 2011
Rated 2 out of 5 by fishfinder1 iffy purchase
I just got back from fishing in a local river with a flow of about 6100 cfm , not too strong of a flow,,,, I couldn't get the boot in half size, so I went with one size larger. I used a wet sock, and a insulating sock, they were very sloppy inside the boot. I really had trouble keeping my footing on the rocks. I don't think the lugs are deep enough, I had to find a stick to keep my balance a few times. I didn't try them with full waders because it was to hot to put waders on.. so I could not give the boot full evaluation, with that said.. I did find that the boot also had a hard time keeping the laces tied...I normally wear a size 10 1/2, went with an 11..I'll let you be the judge.
August 29, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by KingSalmon1 KingSalom1
6 days in Alaska; did what they should do; movement was OK, comfort was OK, would have liked a bit more support; walking and or running down the river knee to waist deep my ankles were turning a bit; and I had these things tied tight... was a rocky bottom of course.... feet were cold only 1 out of the 5 days; had plenty of room for a foot with sock and water sock... actually if you want a "tighter" fit you may want to go a 1/2 size smaller than you would normally buy; they run big; probably on purpose for the water sock... for the money you probably can't beat it...
July 14, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Cutthroattrout61 Great product for the price
I have always used felt soled boots. I decided to buy theses rubber soled boots. I fish the San Juan quality waters in Northern New Mexico alot. I have slipped many times and gotten wet a few times when wearing felt soled boots. I thought there would be no difference with these boots. I was wrong. I got great traction on the slippery rocks. I never fell in the river due to slippage. I like the material these boots are constructed of. When they dry out they aren't stiff and are easy to put on dry or wet. I would by more of these boots. Make sure you buy your exact size. I ordered a size bigger and the boots were a little big. Fortunately the neoprene socks were big enough to reduce foot movement in the boot.
July 1, 2011
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