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Korkers Devil's Canyon Wading Boot - Men's

$199.99 - $219.99

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  • Kling-On/Felt Soles, 7.0
  • Kling-On/Felt Soles, 10.0
  • Kling-On/Felt Soles, 15.0
  • Kling-On/Studded Kling-On Soles, 7.0
  • Kling-On/Studded Kling-On Soles, 8.0
  • Kling-On/Studded Kling-On Soles, 9.0

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
2 lb 13 oz
Recommended Use
fly fishing
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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Korkers Devil's Canyon Product Video

This is Devil's Canyon

>Rating: 5

These are the best boots ever.

The BOA is awesome.

>Rating: 5

Great boot

I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

Fits well and looks good on. I gave this as a gift and the feedback was they really liked it and would buy again.

>Rating: 5

No slip amazingness

Fit and comfort is pretty amazing, sturdy footbed. What more could you ask for?

>Rating: 5


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

This a preliminary review but I did take these for a pretty long, dare I say "epic" session. For starters I measure a US mens 10.5/11.0 on a Brannock device. My foot is normal width lowish volume with a high instep. I ordered an 11.0 and they fit great. I use them with heavy wool hiker socks and sims freestone waders. They hug my foot well and with this setup; no heel slip or slop on dicey terrain. I normally don't post reviews until I have tortured gear because durability is an important aspect. I'm braking this rule for these because they are that good. Where I live, most of our rivers are difficult to fish. Technical approaches, high current, slick rock, gullys with steep muddy sides, lots of trees, slick roots, big distances/difficult terrain between holes... Overall technically more difficult than when I lived in CO. The interchangeable soles change everything. We can still use felt in Mi. Today I swapped soles twice with my boots on. My buddy wearing felt soles was apoplectic when I put the rubber soles on for the climb out. If they hold up, I can't ever see myself going back to standard boots.

>Rating: 5

ultra light and ultra supportive

I've put it through the wringer

a very light and very stable boot with the ease of boa when your on the river.

>Rating: 4

Great boot

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

I bought this boots as a spare since my other ones are getting old, they feel great I'm a size 11 in shoe and this boots fit to size. Once I've put them to the test and catch some fish I will update this review

>Rating: 5

Awesome boot!

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

So far I have found this to be an awesome boot. I used it for a week in Alaska and have no complaints. I have owned a pair of Korkers before and love the option of changing soles and the new sole design makes it even don't even have to take your boots off. In Ak I was going from walking sandy muddy bank rivers (Kling-on)one day to rocky bottom ice ring (felt) rivers the next. I have loved the Boa system on my old Korkers and the new design is even better, the knob is easier to grip even if you have gloves on. I will never go back to laces! These boot were very comfortable with a great fit, pretty true to size. I'm a 9.5 and bought 10. After the week in Ak I didn't see any damage or seems blowing, they seem to be made pretty bomb proof. Highly recommended. Tight lines!


Korkers Devil's Canyon


I just purchased the Simms G3 stocking foot waders. How much additional room do I need to allow?

A good rule of thumb when sizing wading boots is to go up one size from your street shoes. For example, I normally wear a size 8 street shoe, I purchased a size 9 wading boot and it fit perfectly. If you have any other questions, feel free to email me at or give me a call at 1-800-409-4502 EXT. 4793