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Prowler Pro Felt Wading Boot
Redington left no stone unturned when designing the Prowler Pro Felt Wading Boot, from the stud-compatible felt sole for plenty of grip across freestone streams, and quiet performance to not disturb weary trout, to the improved drainage and fast-drying construction that helps you stay light on your feet. Even the small details pay homage to the deep level of thought that went into the boots, rubberized webbing loops help you pull them on and a heel step at the back of the boot lets you kick them off easily at the end of the day.
- Premiere wading boots for hiking and wade fishing
- Felt sole for maximum underwater traction
- EVA midsole absorbs shock for reduced fatigue
- Neoprene lining offers a comfortable, supportive fit
- Improved drainage and fast-drying material reduce water weight
- Wide design increases stability and comfort
- Heel step makes kicking boots off easier
- Item #RNGM01A
- Upper Material
- felt (stud-compatible)
- Recommended Use
- river fishing, saltwater fishing, stillwater fishing
What do you think about this product?
November 2, 2020
HUGE upgrade for me
- I've put it through the wringer
- True to size
- Size Bought
- 5` 11"
- 155 lbs
I previously used the Orvis Encounter boots, which always left me with sore feet after a day on the water. After putting up with them for a couple seasons, I upgraded to the Prowler Pro felt boots just before a backcountry fish/camp. Man, am I so glad I did!!! After covering miles of trails and water over a weekend in the GSMNP, my feet were the only part of my body NOT hurting. As for the grip, I was fishing a very rocky freestone river and had several tumbles (no swims, thankfully), but I think that had more to do with the river and my balance than the soles. Felt is felt, right? I may add studs and see how I do. But the comfort and lightweight are top notch. I can see these lasting several seasons and I'd be happy buying a new pair when they finally give out. As for the fit, they are ever so slightly large, but not enough to size down. I usually wear an 8.5 shoe, but the 8 was too small on me. The 9 leaves room for doubling up wool socks comfortably without being too roomy. The only con to these boots is the eyelets for the laces: the finish wore off in under a dozen uses and they are rough on the laces. In under 3 months, one of my laces broke due to being shredded by the eyelet.