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  1. Muck Arctic Sport Boots XL. Good condition. $50 + $15 shipping
  2. Hi All, For Christmas I received my first pair of waders. They are the kind where the rubber boots are attached to the pants/bib so not separate boots. Can someone please give some advice on when and how to use waders? I usually surf cast from sand and haven't really rock hopped much. Are they mainly for colder weather months to stay warm/dry? I also heard that there are some safety things to know too (waders filled with water === bad)
  3. Does anybody have any suggestions for this: I’d like to fish a combination of open sand beach and jetty. Don’t want to wear boot foot waders, or any waders really, because they are awkward and dangerous on the jetty. Now when water is warm I use felt bottom wading boots and neoprene socks and shorts on the beach and jetty. But for fall, can anyone suggest a neoprene pants or something that aren’t waders that will keep me warm AND waterproof? Or am I only dreaming? I was thing longer neoprene socks and some sort of tight cuffed pants could kind of make a seal.
  4. The boot foots are brand new size 11 $100 picked up or meet up stOcking foots are large regular. Have seen some use. They don’t leak $80
  5. I'm looking into buying a pair of Korkers before this upcoming Striper season. I fish the canal but I am most interested in wading around Wollaston Beach and other rocky beaches on the South Shore (of Massachusetts). I can also see myself heading to some sandy beaches in the Summer. I will have also bought stockingfoot waders. With all of that said, which type of Korkers have you had good experience with. I'm looking hard at the Dark Horse boots.
  6. ok , so I purchased a new pair of boots. if I walk from my house to my trk my socks end up rolled up under the arch of my foot. I have these kind of socks, I bought some of them gay looking ankle socks they are better, but I still have to pull them up every hr or so...
  7. Hi, I want to purchase a bib or waders that will work for surf fishing, creek fishing, and to wear on a boat. I already know that I want to get a pair that goes up to my chest. I just can't decide whether to get one with built-in boots. stocking feet, or ones that just cut off at the ankle. I don't really want to have wear waders with built-in boots on a boat. However, I think that if I just slide boots over the bib with no feet, water will come in after the tops of my boots go underwater, and I won't have as much versatility. Do y'all think that I could buy the bibs that just go to the ankles and then buy hip boots and an elastic belt to go around my waders that the hip boots strap onto? I would tuck the bib into the hip boots. Or should I just get a pair with built-in shoes and look kind of dumb on the boat? I don't own a boat so I only fish with my friends who have boats and charters, and I do most of my surf fishing in the summer but occasionally in the fall/spring. I don't want to spend too much; they don't have to be insulated, I just want them to last. Thanks for the help.
  8. Brand new, never been worn Simms Waders, size 12 mens $90 shipped con US
  9. Hey guys whats up, used them once They are too big for me. I think these are fantastic boots, and have all the extra padding, and rubber where it is needed. These are New Boots, I would not even call them used. How could you pass these up. I am asking $100.00 Shipped!!!!!!! Or Save if you Pick up Buyer is responsible Paypal Fees. Thanks and Tight lines guys FeaturesDescription The classic, reborn – with StreamTread™ Reengineered from the studs up, Simms’ hard-working Freestone® Boot features superior traction and support at a comfortable price. Source classic style and bomber durability via a synthetic full-grain leather and scratch rubber upper. A neoprene-lined collar enhances all-around hiking and wading capabilities. And navigate the slick and unruly with the appreciated agility of Simms’ proven StreamTread™ platform. FeaturesA new, more durable update to our best-selling wading boot A boot that features an engineered balance of value & wading performance Simm’s StreamTread™ platform for heavy-duty wading performance, support & traction Synthetic full-grain leather & scratch rubber upper for all-around durablilty Neoprene-lined collar for all-around hiking & wading comfort MATERIAL TECH: Synthetic full-grain leather upper; StreamTread™ platform/3.0mm Vibram® Idrogrip rubber outsole APPROX. PAIR WEIGHT (size 10): 65.6 oz
  10. Look for a good pair of deck / rain boots that can take and held grip studs securely. Any recommendations? My last attempt failed miserably. I tried a lacrosse 12" mudlite, after one short trip it had more crooked teeth than a British inbred. This is not for wetsuiting, just rain bibs + boots for jetty hopping.