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 29
Rated 4 out of 5
by brookfieldangler For less than $40 - you can't go wrong
Let's be real...these wading boots are $39, so you have to keep that in mind before you say they are junk or that they don't perform like a $150 pair of wading boots.
I have had these for a little over a year now and have probably done over 100 wades in them. Muddy creeks, rocky rivers, fast flows, slow flows, etc...You name it, I've hit it. I've even fished them in a half frozen river.
I have never had any real issue with traction in the water. Wade slowly and quietly, like your supposed to, and you will be just fine.
Traction out of the water is less than stellar and you need to be mindful of that.
Sizing is less than great, but if you tighten up the laces, you should be fine. That brings up my next point - have a couple of spare laces on you at all times. I have popped two sets of them in the last year.
They are reasonably comfortable and offer OK support. If you have strong ankles and are in relatively decent shape, you won't have a problem doing an all day wade with these.
Overall, these boots are great for the price. If you have never waded, they are a fantastic beginner boot without breaking the bank. If you only wade every now and then, same thing...great without breaking the bank. If you are an advanced wader, you may want to pony up a few extra bucks and not complain about these.
October 12, 2011
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
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