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Got some 1800 gripstuds, but not sure how(struggling) to install them. Trying to install them onto a pair of korkers darkhorse with the interchangeable soles. I have the tool bit and everything, not sure if its the torque speed that needs to be adjusted. Tried putting them on by hand as well. Saw some videos on the not me tube and they all were replacing studs with pre-existing holes. Is that the trick?
I destroyed two other pairs of wading shoes wetsuit surfcasting before I found these Simms. These shoes are without a doubt the best part of my gear setup, originally spent $260 for studs and shoes. Lightweight but very well made. They have tungsten carbide studs embedded in them. These studs are long enough to chew right through the seaweed. They are very comfortable. I went from dreading the next slip and fall to just focusing on the fishing. Lace them up and you are good to go, no extra straps. Excellent drainage. All of the lacing hardware is intact, they are worn but they have many years of life left. I wear a size 10-10.5 normal shoe, these are size 11. They worked well for me wearing a 3mm - 5mm bootie depending on the temp.