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frogg toggs Kikker Wading Boots

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Product Information:

frogg toggs® knows how to outfit a fisherman for wet amphibious conditions with the Kikker Wading Boot. The hardy mesh upper with a non-shrinking skin withstands repeated submersions so these are ready to wear again and again. The wide wading last, lightweight EVO outsole, and padded ankle collar provide the support and stability that keeps you on your feet in slippery conditions when you wear the Frogg Toggs® Kikker Wading Boot.

  • Wear this wading boot over waders to provide traction during fishing
  • Hardy mesh upper with non-shrinking reinforced outskin
  • Lightweight EVA outsole design doesn't weigh you down in the water
  • Extra stable wide wading last
  • Sticky rubber outsole with modified Goodyear® welt for traction
  • Reinforced toe and heel areas
  • Padded mesh ankle collar to shield your ankles
  • Padded tongue
  • Nylon heel pull for tugging on over waders
  • Style: 2512451
  • Frogg Toggs
Country of Origin: Imported
Web ID: 20579636

Customer Reviews:

frogg toggs Kikker Wading Boots 3 5 4 4
Lasted 2 months I fish every weekend in the wallkill river in upstate n.y. . Usually I would wear just an old pair of sneakers never really had a problem, except for the sand and grit getting into sneakers. So my friend said wading boots. I looked at several pair kinda don't go on reviews since everyone's opinion has a different story. Anyways I based my decision on these were all black and frogg toggs seemed to be reputable. Well wading boots are definetly better than sneakers especially with a neoprene sock. Anyways after the first weeks the eyelet broke I said no biggies lots of rocks so I let it go. Yesterday which marks 2 months of owning them the whole under sole started to peel away. These soles seemed to be glued on to felt bottom as opposed to stitched. So really that's my problem looking to return to dicks or write frogg toggs for a new pair or upgrade. Either way will by another brand. August 17, 2014
Not impressed Tried them out yesterday on a typical rocky New England trout stream. No traction at all on slippery rocks. Nearly fell in several times trying to maintain my balance in slippery areas. Returning them and going back to felt. April 26, 2014
Sturdy and comfortable These boots are the best for wading slippery areas. The rubber soles grip well and also provide the extra protection against the "rock snot" that we are having problems with in Maryland streams. Very pleased. July 9, 2013
So far, so good Bought these two days ago and gave them a try this morning. The sole seems to have great grip and handles muddy banks better than the Orvis felt bottoms I have used for years. Super light weight makes walking and hiking feel like you are wearing shoes. Lots of width but tons of ankle support. Happy so far, putting them to the test this week as I guide a 4 day fishing trip. June 5, 2013
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