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Redington Crosswater Wading Boot - Sticky Rubber - Kids'

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    Your kid will be out-fishing you before you know it.

    Introduce your kid to fly fishing the right way with the supportive, comfortable, and reliable Redington Kids' Crosswater Sticky Rubber Wading Boot. Designed to help keep your child on his or her feet during a fight with a (relatively) massive rainbow, the Crosswater has sticky rubber soles that are also stud-compatible, providing superb traction on sketchy riverbeds and sections of loose gravel. Rubber toe caps and tough rands protect your kid's feet from rock and debris, while the Crosswater's durable canvas upper withstands the heavy wear that river bottoms dish out.

    • Canvas upper
    • Rubber toe cap
    • Lace closure
    • Non-corrosive metal hardware
    • Sticky walnut rubber sole (stud-compatible)
    • Item #RNG001S

    Tech Specs

    Closure
    lace
    Sole
    rubber
    Recommended Use
    fly fishing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Perfect for budding young anglers

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I purchased these last month so my son could join me trout fishing on the Esopus Creek in NY. The stones in the river were quite mossy and slippy in places but he had firm footing all morning. I wouldn't hesitate to buy the next size up when he grows out of them. I wore a pair of the adult version of this boot for two days in BC earlier this year (the Palix?) and the youth version appears to be exactly the same quality, just a scaled down version.