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    Combine the performance of a wading boot with the water-friendliness of a sandal, and you get the Simms Men's Stream Tread Sandal. The quick-pull lace system provides a secure fit that won't come untied and the Vibram Stream Tread sole is specifically designed to provide a secure grip in slick wading conditions.
    • Synthetic leather uppers dry quickly and are highly abrasion resistant
    • Quick-pull lace system is fast, secure, and won't come untied
    • EVA footbed provides cushion and support for all day comfort
    • Quick-dry footbed with an anti-odor treatment keeps the foot stink away
    • StreamTread Vibram sole is specifically designed to provide a secure grip in slick wading conditions
    • Item #SMM0009

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    synthetic leather
    speed lace
    Claimed Weight
    [single, size 10] 1 lb 11 oz
    Recommended Use
    fly fishing

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    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I prefer to wet wade vs wearing waders when i can. Used these for 3 days on Slough creek, pebble creek, and cache/lamar in the NE corner of YNP. Very comfortable and easy to wade in. Added a pair of neoprene booties for a little extra warmth and they were good into water that was mid-40s. If u really wanted to go ultralight, u could hike in these and save the weight of regular shoes, however i would only recommend doing this to very benign walks as they certainly lack the support of real shoes. But for fine gravel/sand/small rock rivers, and boats for that matter, these are great. Dont think they would do so well on freestone rivers, or rivers known for their rock snot.