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#1 mcafam

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Posted October 03 2008 - 4:36 PM

Hey, does anyone have any suggestions on where to find wading shoes (felt with studs preferred) for a foot size12eeee? I wouldn't mind spending the coin, but I just can't find them....Any help would be appreciated.



#2 XBMX

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Posted October 03 2008 - 5:42 PM

Man I feel for you, have the same size. I was once told that my foot looked like the box shoes come in. Anyway try this; find something that fits and have a shoemaker glue on studded felt soles.



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Posted October 03 2008 - 9:24 PM

I think Cabela's has wading boots in wide but only with felt soles no studs.



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Posted October 04 2008 - 1:19 PM

Cabelas has one style that goes to 15 but only EE not eeee.



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Posted October 04 2008 - 5:08 PM

They are discontinued, but Simms River-Tech (sp) are great! Very wide. Look for a pair on the Bay? Not studded but will accept the screw in studs.



#6 mcafam

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Posted October 05 2008 - 2:25 PM

thanks, I have checked out the 'wide' shoes from cabela's,...no go..... buying a regular pair of boots and customizing them is the way I think I am going to go...but I'm gonna keep looking over the winter.



#7 Wiseguy

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Posted October 05 2008 - 2:32 PM

mcafam, I think I found a pair in your size:


Sorry, I couldn't resist


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#8 mcafam

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Posted October 06 2008 - 3:48 PM

Hey.....they might just fit?!
Ya know, I just can't believe that nobody's got an extra wide wading shoe out there.



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Posted October 06 2008 - 11:20 PM

Try the cabelas ones there only 50 bucks and there comfy as hell! I own them in the super 15 size and they are pretty roomy.


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Posted October 07 2008 - 6:34 AM

I have the Cabelas wide ultra lights and find them to be more than roomy for my large foot. They were on sale for $29.99. I always buy a full size larger to allow for thermal socks if needed.


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Posted October 07 2008 - 2:13 PM

I have EE to EEE feet and the only boots that I could find that fit wider feet were Weinbrenner/Borger Ultimate Wading Shoes. Cabelas used to sell a version of them, too, but I had mine way back in the 80's. EEEE will be tougher to fit.



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Posted October 07 2008 - 2:38 PM

one particular simms model is eee at the worlds largest outfitter