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Korkers Redside Boot - Wading Boots

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Description of the Korkers Redside Boot - Wading Boots:

Stay comfortable on the river all day in this versatile, high-performance wading boot.

Kling-On and Felt Soles Included

  • OmniTrax® 3.0 Interchangeable Sole System adapts your traction for each river system
  • Quick Cinch™ lace system for a quick and secure customized fit
  • Waterproof materials reduce water absorption, thereby reducing
  • overall weight, and dry faster helping to prevent the spread of invasive species
  • Cemented parts and strategic seam locations provide a more durable boot
  • Integrated midsole drainage ports allow water to drain quickly keeping boots lighter
  • Size up one from street shoe size
  • 2 lbs 9 oz
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Poorly Designed, cheap
Rating: 1 of 5 [1 of 5]
Reviewed by: Jim on 02/28/2012
Experience Level: Rookie - Ownership: 1 - 4 Months
Pros: I like the way they look, and how lightweight the Redsides are.
Cons: The plastic cap on the quick pull tie broke the 1st time I went to put them on, and there seems to be a defect in the design. The finger pull loops are sewn right into the nylon mesh where there is no support, so they tear when you pull them on. Mine ripped on both boots the 1st time I used them. None of their other lines have the loop sewn into the nylon. They are all sewn into leather. I would look at another pair.
Other Thoughts: Customer service was very poor when I went in to try to get the issue resolved. They seemed not to really give a rip. Too bad.
Rating: 5 of 5 [5 of 5]
Reviewed by: Stephen on 04/08/2011
Experience Level: Amatuer - Ownership: 1 - 4 Weeks
Pros: It is a very comfortable boot. The interchangeable soles are definitely a plus. Haven't owned them long but so far so good.
Cons: I wish they came with studded soles, the regular rubber soles do not offer much traction on rocky bottomed waters.
Rating: 5 of 5 [5 of 5]
Reviewed by: Brian on 04/07/2011
Experience Level: Rookie - Ownership: 1 - 4 Weeks
Pros: I found these boots to be well constructed and true to size. They close up very quickly and are easy on and off. The traction variations are awesome.
Cons: Really have not found any as of yet.
Other Thoughts: These are the nicest boots I have purchased to date. You definitely get what you pay for with this product.
Redside boots
Rating: 5 of 5 [5 of 5]
Reviewed by: robert on 03/30/2011
Experience Level: Amatuer - Ownership: 1+ Years
Pros: I've been using the Korkers boots with interchangeable soles pretty much since they came out (I've been through three model changes). I use them for trips in which I'll be both fishing and hiking, or when I'm floating in a rubber raft and the guide, understandably, doesn't want cleats in the boat. I think with the Redside they've got everything right. I just got through testing them on a trip to New Zealand and they were snug and steady (with the combination sticky rubber and small stud sloes) for fishing and then, with a pair of thick wool socks, comfortable for hiking too. No complaints!
Cons: The previous models have had problems, ranging from baffling sizes that made it hard to get a good fit, through studs that fell out and soles that de-laminated. Other improvements this year include a time-saving one piece lace with slide fastener and an improved system for securing the soles. I hope now that they've got it right they'll stay with this model for a while, so that the soles don't become obsolete in a year! Robert May Montague, MA
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Rating: 5 of 5 [5 of 5]

Pros : I found these boots to be well constructed and true to size. They close up very quickly more...

Cons : Really have not found any as of yet.

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