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- Orvis Men's Clearwater Wading Boot
- Orvis Men's Ultralight Wading Boot
- Orvis PRO Wading Boot
- Orvis PRO BOA Wading Boot
- Simms Men's G4 Pro® Boot
- Simms Women's Flyweight Boot - Vibram
Orvis Men's Clearwater Wading Boot
This boot can be used for wading year-round. If it's in the summer wet wading, or in the dead of winter when your using your waders. The rubber sole is great because there are restrictions in some places where you can not use felt. Alaska and Yellowstone National park just to name a few.
Felt soles are excellent for wading in slippery/mossy rock conditions. The Clearwater boots are durable, comfortable, and practical.
Orvis Men's Ultralight Wading Boot
Orvis PRO BOA Wading Boot
The Orvis Pro BOA boot will make setup a breeze and get you on the water in no time. With BOA technology (a wire system that replaces standard shoe laces), these boots are on and off in a flash, maximizing your time on the water. Simply twist the nob to tighten and pull the knob out to release the tongue of the boot, ensuring quick and easy transitions.
Simms Men's G4 Pro® Boot
These are a very technical wading boot that are worth the money. They are super durable and have a good reputation of lasting many days on the river - even when you are tough on your items. The ankle is supportive but less bulky than traditional wading boots. These are SIMMS quality through and through!
Great for the streams and rivers of Montana and throughout the Rockies. This is a tough boot that will hold up through multiple seasons.
Strong boot will keep your feet secure when in the water. Great for standing in the river.
Simms Women's Flyweight Boot - Vibram
Great all around boot for anything you may run into. Good for longer hikes in, great traction on slippery surfaces.
Well constructed. Extra ankle support and traction in the river. They can be very tricky to walk in.
Great for hiking into spots and a nice lightweight option.
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