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RipRap Sandal - Women's

1 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Current price: $54.97 Original price: $99.95
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RipRap Sandal

A little bit of wet-wading never hurt anyone—well, except for those who wandered without protecting their toes, which is why the designers at Simms created the Women's RipRap Sandal. The RipRap features a closed toe design for ample defense against rocks, sticks, and other potentially hazardous, river-bound objects. Meanwhile, the hydrophobic synthetic materials and mesh lend quick-drying performance, and the platform is designed as such that it prevents proprioception, assuring ample stability when you need it most. The various vents provide on-the-go drainage, and the rubber outsole is stud capable for unprecedented, adaptive grip in all sorts of terrain.


  • A comfortable, protective sandal for stream wanders
  • Synthetic and mesh upper is hydrophobic
  • Right Angle Footbed provides support and comfort
  • Bungee assures easy-on, easy-off
  • Rubber outsole touts stud capable construction
  • Item #SMM008Z
Upper Material
synthetic, mesh
Right Angle Footbed
rubber (stud-compatible)
Recommended Use
fly fishing, casual
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1 out of 5 stars

April 1, 2022

I thought I would really like these until I wore them....after walking in them for a fairly short time....the skin below my ankles on both feet were raw ...very painful....I'm 2 days since last I wore them and my ankles are still hurting and sore. Maybe it's my feet or something but I cannot recommend.....if I could go lower than one star I would. I tried them twice and the same thing happens.


Originally reviewed on simmsfishing.com