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Korkers OmniTrax 3.0 Svelte II Soles

Korkers OmniTrax 3.0 Svelte II Soles - Dick's Sporting Goods
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The Korkers® OmniTrax® 3.0 Svelte II Soles provide unrivaled coverage and traction in the water while being earth-friendly. Made of innovative synthetic material, these soles absorb five times less water and dry four times faster than felt. They are easy to snap on and remove while standing, and the outsole locks into place once you start walking. Add the Korkers® OmniTrax® Svelte II Soles to your wading gear today.

  • Snap-on soles appeal to the outdoorsman with a variety of traction needs
  • OmniTrax® Interchangeable Sole System allows you to change soles on your boots
  • Constructed of innovative synthetic material
  • Delivers full traction in the water with minimal impact to the environment
  • Absorbs 5 times less water and dries 4 times faster than felt
  • Provide full coverage on the outsole
  • Soles snap into place easily and can be changed while standing
  • Outsole locks into place when you start walking
  • Wide nylon plate provides support and stability
  • Integrated midsole drainage reduces water weight
  • Model: FA3061
  • Korkers
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 16946926

Customer Reviews:

Korkers OmniTrax 3.0 Svelte II Soles 4 5 2 2
Good traction good traction on slippery rocks in stream. Only worn for a two day fishing trip since purchase. Durability and cost are a concern. February 23, 2015
Still waiting I work on the river so I am constantly walking on what feels like snot covered bowling balls and I will say that these seem to grip better than felt. The verdict is still out on durability and they actually seem to have a small amount of damage. Good thing is that if I'm not in slick cobble conditions I can save on unnecessary wear and easily switch them out to either of the other two sets of soles that came with my boots originally (rubber or studded rubber. Will update my review if they totally fall apart prematurely. April 16, 2013
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