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Korkers Omnitrax V3.0 Triple Threat - Carbide Spike Outsole

$69.99

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  • Black/Orange, 5.0
    $69.99
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    $69.99
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Omnitrax V3.0 Triple Threat

The Omnitrax V3.0 Triple Threat Carbide Spike Outsole is the replacement sole your Korkers wading boots need to give you confidence in slippery conditions. The carbide spikes bite into marshy shores and slippery banks, so you can trust your foot to stay put when you place it. The 15-spike configuration provides traction no matter which part of your foot impacts first, so you can enjoy fishing more as you cast without thinking about your feet. When you're done for the day, easily clean the sticky rubber outsole, dry it off, and be ready to travel to a new fishing spot tomorrow.
  • Interchangeable outsole for varying conditions
  • Carbide spikes bite into slick surfaces
  • 15 spikes for traction at any strike point
  • Sticky rubber sole is easy to clean
  • Compatible with other Triple Threat treads
  • Item #KKR000X

Sole
rubber
Recommended Use
river fishing, saltwater fishing, stillwater fishing
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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>Rating: 5

Omnitrac Carbide Studs Sandal

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
10
Height
5` 6"
Weight
160 lbs

Solid product. Easy on. Easy off. Provides the needed traction for those slippery moss covered stream bottoms. They actually get better after broken in.

>Rating: 4

Omnitrac Carbide Studs Sandal

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
10
Height
5` 6"
Weight
150 lbs

These are great. However, after only using them two outings, the spikes loosened and lost them. Backcountry customer service is second to none. They immediately shipped me a replacement pair to include a return postage label. Best to remove the spikes prior to use. Add loctite and reinstall. This will prevent them from falling out. The loctite will also protect the female insert from dirt and rust. Not sure why Korkers Mfg. doesn't do this.

>Rating: 3

Mixed review

Size Bought
11
Height
5` 11"
Weight
230 lbs

I love the fit and comfort of my Korker boots and love this sole. It grips slimy rocks extremely well. What I don't like is Korker's signature feature the interchangable soles. The tabs that attach at the heel are not at all durable. One tab ripped off of each of my last two pairs. One pulled off in muck at the bottom of the RIo Chama. I still have the second pair but the tab is worthless. I am careful with soft goods too. At this altitude not much of anything lasts long if left in the sun. These never were. I used silicone glue to semi-permanently attach them. I never use felt anymore so I have no need to change them. If the glue doesn't hold I am tossing the whole set up. Soles are too expensive to be losing. I hope it holds. I sure do love these boots and soles.