White River Fly Shop Rubber Sole Wading Boots for Men - Khaki
Enjoy a solid, stable base over uncertain fishing surfaces with the Rubber Sole Wading Boots from White River Fly Shop®. Durable 900 denier polyester uppers feature padded collars for improved fit and comfort and reinforced toe caps for extra protection. Extra wide last and midsole provides a stable base and solid ankle support. Modified Goodyear welt construction for great durability and stability. Lightweight, cushioning EVA midsoles. Non-slip rubber outsoles. Lace-up wading boots with brass speed hooks. Imported.
Sure footing and stable support for slippery fishing spots
Durable 900 denier polyester uppers
Padded collars - improved fit and comfort
Reinforced toe caps
Extra wide last and midsole - stable base and ankle support
Modified Goodyear welt construction - durability and stability
Lightweight EVA midsoles
Non-slip rubber outsoles
Wading Boot Studs sold separately and can be found through item search for number 2215713.
Rated 2 out of
Cheap materials, no gripThese boots have very poor grip on rocks. The uppers feel very cheap but fairly durable. I do not enjoy being on the water with these boots. I think these would do well on a sand/gravel bottom. Avoid rivers with rocks! At full-price, these are an awful deal. When on sale, these would suffice as an emergency backup pair of boots. I do not recommend them.
Date published: 2019-10-01
Rated 1 out of
Boots fall apartI have used these boots about 5 times. Both soles have come unglued from the boot on my last outing. Very disappointed!!
Date published: 2019-09-30
Rated 4 out of
solid shoeworking great......creek and belly boat....will see how they hold up
Date published: 2019-09-09
Rated 3 out of
Slip, Sliding AwayFirst the good: These boots are comfortable when walking on rocks. I have had others where my feet hurt while fishing and that is not the case with these. They also dry relatively quickly after a day's fishing. I bought a size up from my normal shoe size and they fit great over my waders.
Now the not so good: They have zero traction on wet/slimy rocks. I got better traction from my old pair of $20 hip waders. I have fallen in creeks a couple of times, and nearly fallen a few more. I didn't expect to get the traction I would from a more expensive pair or with felt soles...but these are definitely much worse than I anticipated. I am, unfortunately, going to have to replace these after only a few trips.
Date published: 2019-03-04
Rated 1 out of
Very slippery boots.I've had them for a year, two seasons although I've only used these a dozen or so times I Hate these boots they have no traction and are very dangerous if you have to go through mud or snow. I've slipped on some pretty minor slopes, thankfully not off the bank and into the water... yet. I will be replacing these.
Date published: 2018-12-17
Rated 3 out of
Get what you paid for.New to wading type fishing. Have used these boots for two seasons, front portion of the sole had to be re-glued with gorilla glue to continue fishing. Tread on these also completely worn down, little or no traction left.
Date published: 2018-07-17
Rated 5 out of
Great buyI biught these boots for myself for warm and cold water wading/fishing. Have had them 2 years and used at least twice a month and have no problems and they barely look used. Good rock grip without screws.
Date published: 2016-10-11
Rated 4 out of
Excellent valueI finally replaced my old wading boots and decided to go with these because they are extremely light weight and very well priced. I was skeptical of how such an inexpensive boots would perform and to my surprise unbelievably well. I fish mostly warm water lakes and rivers and found the boots incredibility comfortable. I tried the boots on with my waders before I bought them and felt that I didn't need to go a size up. I have worm them approximately 15 hours so far with no problems. I do wish the boots would have better drainage as it takes a good full day in warm weather to dry out. I would have been nice to have speed lace up for the top lace guides instead of D rings. I do find the laces a bit thin and slightly long but it's not a concern at this point. I will probably add cleats to the boots for extra grip.