Rated 5 out of 5 by goflo works great
boot is cofortable and works great. Only thing is I normaly wear size 7 shoes and I ordered and 8 boot to accomodate for the wader neoprene sock and the boot has more that enough room-almost to big. I suggest ordering your normal size. They also match the field and sream waders I bought from dicks.
October 8, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Saltrout Great Value boot..
These boots are as good as any boots over $100.00
Shipping was free and fast..
July 26, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Brun13 Sturdy Water Shoes w/ Effective Non-Slip Felt Soles
I recently tested my newly purchased Field & Stream Wading Shoes while fishing for trout in a local creek. I am very satisfied with the performance of these shoes. They provided comfort and security in the fast current and rocky bottom. The shoes were effective at minimizing getting off-balance in the unseen slippery conditions that can develop on the creek bottom.
April 24, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Robbie Excellent pair of wading boots.
Excellent pair of wading boots. They Dry out fairly quickly. Very light weight - they are definately not heavy on the legs. Felt soles did the job in keeeping me from slipping on the rocky bottom of the Housatonic River.
October 19, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Rob Like the black felt soles
I wanted to replace the great F&S shoes years I got 4 yrs ago, but the matching style then in the store had lug soles instead of felt. These looked close to what I had before except for the vinyl-covered padded collar and felt inner sole. I use them about 50 times a year. The cost was about $20 less than the lug-sole shoes, and they were another 50% off that, so what's not to like.
September 24, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Typewrighter Good fit, non slip
While fly fishing Non slip, comfortable nothing
August 6, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Fish the Fox Decent wading shoe for the money
I purchased these in fall of 2011. They were on sale and with the discount I ended up paying around $20 for them. They are light weight and comfortable. The felt soles are perfect for gripping rocks and river bed. They will be slippery on land (inclines with grass or mud) because of the felt soles, not treads. Overall I think they are decent for the money. The felt sole on one shoe separated after about 7 months, some of which entailed very hard wades through rocky rivers. I always took good care of the shoes and washed them with freshwater and let them drip-dry upside down. But sole separation is not uncommon and part of the wear and tear of wading boots! You wear them hard and do a lot of fishing, and that's what happens. I'll be replacing them with the same product.
July 30, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by angelo24 Think twice!!
I'am a 9 in boot's so I got the 10 cause of my waders. 1st few outing's were good. So I fly fishing in my local lake just wearing my boot's in the water. And the 10 was still a nice fit, but the boot's like from the bottom, lost my gripping a few times and by the end of the day my ankle was all bruise up and blistering on top.
June 8, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Reddog Felt Sole
I use these boots under many different conditions. Rocky and sandy saltwater beachs, rivers, and freshwater ponds. The first pair I bought, I made a mistake and bought the wrong size. Too small, but wore them anyway. The boot itself held up good, but after 2 seasons, the felt soles seperated from the boot, and the laces shredded after 1 season. Overall when the boot is new, they are very comfortable, and lightweight. The felt sole gives excellent traction on slippery rock. I've recently bought a new pair, proper size. For the money, not a bad boot, but don't excpect longevity out of them.
May 26, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Al Good product
Good in the water
May 1, 2012