Stay light without sacrifice stability in your favorite fishing waters with the Cabela's® Ultralight Lug Sole Wading Boots for Men. Made of nylon and synthetic materials, the Ultralight's rugged uppers sport Wade Guard™ on the toes and heels for added scuff and abrasion resistance. Side mesh panels let water drain but keep out sediment. Durable rubber lug outsoles come with 28 hardened-steel cleats with deep-biting blades that can be added for extra traction on moss or other slick surfaces. Steel shanks under the feet add stability over uneven surfaces. Lacing system with lace hooks on the uppers for a snug fit. Thumb pulls on tongues and heels. Average Height: 8". Average Weight Per Pair: 3.2 lbs. Imported.
Lightweight lug sole wading boots with great stability
Rugged nylon and synthetic uppers with side mesh panels
Abrasion-resistant Wade Guard on heels and toes
Durable rubber lug outsoles
Comes with 28 hardened-steel cleats with deep-biting blades - extra traction when needed
Rated 1 out of
Elliot Moon from
GarbageTerrible boot. Unfortunately I’m stuck with them for the remainder of this trip but they’ll be returned promptly when I get back. This is also the third pair of junk boots I’ve purchased from bass pro / cabelas. It’s long past time to find a retailer that actually gives a darn about quality.
Date published: 2019-04-25
Rated 1 out of
Spend the extra dollar for a high quality pairI've used these boots four times, and I'm already disappointed. I expected that these boots would be good even though they're cheap, because Cabela's is a reputable brand. Big letdown; the hard plastic intended for support is always driving into my ankles uncomfortably. Not only is this a major annoyance, but it's also very hard on my feet. I bought these boots because I was on a tight budget, but I regret not spending the extra $50-$75 on a different better. Once again the phrase "you get what you pay for" proves itself right.
Date published: 2017-05-27
Rated 2 out of
Not so goodBought these boots and added studs provided .Studs did not stay put kept tearing out replaced 7 in 2 weeks of salmon fishing in Labrador. Rubber seems too soft not a lot of grip. Would rather have the old style with the real studs and not screws,and felt again.
Date published: 2016-07-28
Rated 1 out of
Fly fisher person from
Hard on the anklesI have had these boots for a year now and only worn them on five trips where there was some moderate to heavy walking along the rivers edge. The first time they dug into my ankles and hurt to walk in. Then the next time and again and so on. I am not impressed with them at all. They are broken in by now and have used them with stocking foot wadding socks. Glad I bought them on sale and not full price!
How should I size these wading boots? Some say order a next size bigger than your normal street shoe size. Other reviewers say that they already run big so order the same size as street shoes. I wear a size 9 1/2 street show.
Asked by: HawaiiBrewer
Thank you for choosing Bass Pro Shops. It is recommended to order the next size up if your shoe size is a half size.