White River Fly Shop® Wading Boots for Men
What a great boot for the price. Looks good and feels great. I now have the white river flyrod,vest and boots and could not be happier. I have never worn a pair of Simms boots, but I don't see how they can be any better. Super product line for the person who does not need Simms on everything he or she wears.
January 27, 2008
These are the best boots i have ever used. they are very comfortable sometime i fish a river from early morning to sometimes dark and they dont make my feet after the days over. great pair of wading boots
November 18, 2007
These are by far the best value in wading boots I've come across. They are much more comfortable than other (much more expensive) boots that I've owned. I like the fact that I can walk along a river and feel like I'm wearing hiking boots, not rocks on my feet. The only thing I don't like is the shoelace thingies-I don't know what they are called, but they are pretty abrasive, and tear up the laces pretty quickly. I'd suggest that the designers come up with a lower-friction lacing system, such as rings, in order to cut down on having to replace laces.
I live in Colorado and fish both high mountain streams and lakes, as well as warm-water ponds and lakes. These boots are versatile enough to handle both with ease, and work great with float tube fins.
If you catch them on sale, that's even better, but the combination of price and comfort is what sold me on these boots. I'd definitely recommend them, and if I ever wear this pair out, I'll buy another.
September 22, 2007
Graduated up to these from rubber waders. Used with neoprenes this summer in Colorado on the Taylor and Gunnison and in New Mexico on the upper Pecos. Fishing was best I had seen on the Pecos in 25 years, by the way. Fantastic grip with the felt soles on the rock bottoms of these freestone rivers. Much better stability than the hard rubber soles I was used to. Highly recommend. Easy to take off and on, dried quickly. Good grip on muddy banks too.
November 9, 2006