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The Korkers Orvis Riverguard Ultralight Wading Boot features an innovative outsole that lets you switch up the bottom of the boot depending on where you're fishing. If you're wading in rivers in Montana or Vermont—were felt is banned due to concerns about the spread of invasive species—you'll need the studded Vibram EcoTraX 2.0 sole, which offers exceptional grip in all kinds of conditions, or the high-friction Kling-On Sticky Rubber sole. If you prefer traditional felt or another type of sole, you may switch these out for any of the Korkers Omintrax 2.0 outsoles (sold separately). However you configure it, you'll enjoy exceptional all-day comfort and protection as you enjoy the great outdoors.

  • Full-support boot's durable microfiber upper is easy to keep clean and holds up to wear and tear
  • Rubber rand surrounds the boot to protect it from rocks, sticks, and other debris
  • Reinforced toe box and rubber toe bumper protects your toes from rocks
  • Twisted D-ring eyelets and speed-locking laces let you lace up and lock down in a jiffy
  • Oversize pull loop on back makes for easier on-off
  • Compatible with any outsole in the Korkers OmniTraX 2.0 series
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For the price, these are great boots. Studded soles for under 100 bucks. Fished all day right after I got them and never slipped once. The leather looks a little "plasticy." Concerning fit, they are a little bit tight in the toe box with waders on. But overall, I agree with others that you should order your street shoe size. If you are fishing where thick socks under your waders are a must, then maybe bump it up a size. Still, this is the best deal for wading boots on the web.

good pair right here

    I travel quite a bit to fish, and needed a boot that would allow the freedom to fish wherever I wanted whenever I wanted. The included interchangeable soles are perfect if you head out on a trip, start fishing in Utah, drop a line in ID, and then head into Montana (can't where felt in Montana). These boots have incredible grip regardless of the terrain...mud, moss, wet or dry, and are super comfortable to hike around in. I've hiked miles in these and haven't had a single issue. I highly recommend these to anyone looking for a bomber/comfortable wading boot.

    Great Quality if you're looking for a leather flyfishing boot

      Took these out last weekend and thought they performed well. The boots come with both a studded and non-studded sole. In the Provo river, the studs bit nicely and I stayed dry. These do not drain as well as a mesh boot with more drain holes, and they also take a bit longer to dry out. Since I'm in Utah they dry plenty fast for me and the comfort was awesome. Fit was very true to size.

      If I wear a 9 1/2 D street shoe,which size...

      If I wear a 9 1/2 D street shoe,which size do I get, 9 or 10?

      If I wear these wading boots with waders,...

      If I wear these wading boots with waders, will I need to go a size one up larger, for example, I wear size 10 for casual shoes, will I need room for the wader and socks and purchase size 11?

      I'll have to disagree slightly with this assertion. The current style Korkers boots ARE sized with street shoe size in mind, and so I purchased these boots in size 11 with that in mind. However, the boots were much tighter than I expected. I had reason to contact Korkers support for another issue and asked them about the sizing issue and they explained that the Orvis last was smaller than their boot's last and an upsizing would likely be needed.



      Overall, these are a tad bit snug, but very wearable. The major disappointment for me was that two of the metal studs ripped out on only my second time using them. They were intact when I started the day and I noticed them gone when I took the boots off.