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Devil's Canyon Wading Boot - Men's

3.5 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews
$209.99 - $229.99
Color:Kling-On/Felt Soles


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Devil's Canyon Wading Boot

The Korkers Men's Devil's Canyon Wading Boot sets a new standard for technical and athletic fishing wading boots. The Devil's Canyons feature the OmniTrax 3.0 Interchangeable Sole System so you can adapt your traction to meet the performance needs of each river system. We are offering two sole options: felt and Kling-On rubber outsole, or the Kling-On rubber outsole and the studded Kling-On. You can purchase other outsoles separately for maximum versatility. The non-marking Kling-On outsoles are also safe for all boats. Korkers also gave the Devil's Canyons a low-profile Boa MT2 speed lacing system for a quick on and off and a snugger, more comfortable fit that won't loosen up as the day goes on. The lacing works with the close-fitting boot cuff to offer excellent ankle support.

Made for those who are constantly scouting out the next hole, the Devil's Canyons' tough 420D RockGuard synthetic materials supply stellar durability and longevity for technical wading boots that last. Plus, the hydrophobic waterproof materials reduce water absorption, which reduces overall weight and drying time to help prevent the spread of invasive species. Fewer stitched seams improve durability and eliminate potential failure points with the 3D EVA molded toe caps. Regrind rubber toe caps provide an added layer of protection without adding weight while integrated midsole drainage ports allow water to drain quickly to keep the boots lighter while you wade. Lightweight and nimble, these durable wading boots fit like a glove and keep up with your on-the-move approach to fly fishing. 


  • Light wading boot adapts to different riverbeds for fishing
  • Interchangeable sole system with rubber and felt soles
  • Boa closure system ensures a snug and secure fit all day
  • Internal drainage allows water to quickly escape the boot
  • Hydrophobic materials make the upper dry quickly
  • Item #KKR000C
Upper Material
420D RockGuard (synthetic)
Boa MT2 speed lacing system
OmniTrax 3.0 interchangeable sole system (Kling-On sticky rubber/compressed felt), [toe cap] 3D EVA
Claimed Weight
2lb 13oz
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Overall Rating

3.5 based on 2 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

November 17, 2023

Love 'em!

I've put it through the wringer
Size Bought:
5' 10"

Been using Devil's Canyon for several years and Korkers in general all the way back to their 1st gen boots. I have no issues with the BOA system at all. They stay tight and never come undone like laces. As for soles, get the Triple Threat Aluminum bars soles and wade anywhere. They are better than felt for traction and hold no invasive stuff. Use Korkers sizing guide to get the correct fit.

Paul S
2 out of 5 stars

July 6, 2021


I've put it through the wringer
Size Bought:
5' 10"

Disappointed in these for several reasons: 1) BOA technology is prone to failure. When wearing stocking foot waders, the BOA loosens as I walk. This leads to rolled ankles. When wearing wading socks, the left BOA tends to seize up once tighten down & I need to use a piece of metal to pry it open (this also happens w/ my Burton snowboarding boots) Net: BOA is a nice idea, prone to a variety of failure. Will not purchase BOA tech for any footwear again. 2) Lack of ankle support. May be fine in small freshwater streams / rivers, but in the kelp-covered Boulder fields of the Atlantic coast it?s incredibly dangerous 3) provided spikes are insufficient, if you want real grip you need to purchase $60 carbide spike soles. These fall out easily (I?ve gone through 4 pairs), but some lock-tight and an Allen wrench will increase longevity. Anyone considering these for surfcasting & applications on or around wet boulders... consider a laced version of korkers instead. Buy the carbide spike soles & apply lock-tight before tightening down w/ Allen wrench

Brendan P