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  1. Was fishing a SS jetty the other day during incoming. Started At the back and had a few fish but got the itch to go towards the front side even after seeing some big waves come over the rocks . First cast in I saw the biggest wave I’ve ever seen come straight at me . I had no time to react and just turned around and braced for impact. Before I knew it I went head first into the rocks . Split my thump open , banged up knee and arm . The 2 other guys on the jetty didn’t even notice me . My first thought was to not lose my vs250 and hold on for dear life lol. Def feeling sore today but thankful to be alive . Fortunately I was still able to fish even though blood was pouring from my hand for the next hour or so. Prob should have gotten stitches . Glad I had korkers but honestly don’t know if they really made any difference . Definitely have a newfound respect for the ocean . Scared me to death and I said never again but now I’m kinda ready to go back . Stay safe guys .
  2. I am looking to sell my size 13 Simms FreeSalt Boots and set of Korkers. I got these this year, I used these for roughly 5 trips. I have found the type of fishing I am doing I don't end up using these too much and its time to get rid of them. I have the bag of extra studs as well I can throw in if interested. $200.00 for everything, I live in CT but can ship if you pay for shipping.
  3. WTS a never used pair of Korkers over shoes. These are XL and will fit size 12-15 boots. $50 cash picked up in or near 10591 area code (Westchester County) or $60 shipped to NY/NJ/CT/RI.
  4. Tight lines to all! I need around 50-100 new studs for my old school korker strap ons. I can offer some plugs and cash. I thank you for the time and consideration. Catch em up fellas! RC
  5. Selling Simms g3 waders size medium king stocking foot . Worn once, missing box and belt. Price-290 shipped korkers devils canyon size 9 worn once as well. Have box and extra felt soles. Price-170 shipped firm on price!!
  6. WTB: A solid pair of Korkers Cleated Overshoes Size XL for size 13 Boots Looking for newer model with spare cleats and no significant damage Thank you for taking a look at my post!!
  7. Bought these boots brand new this year and used them 3x and it didn’t really consist of walking or hiking because I rode a bike to my spot then waded. They are in great shape. Let me know if you want them then come pick them up in Andover/Tewksbury, Ma area or pay for shipping. $80 is the perfect price seeing as though most atms only give multiples of $20.
  8. Hello Surftalk - Hope I'm in the correct forum. I did my diligence, ran a search, still have a question. Appreciate your help. Korkers ... I had my first experiences on the rocks of Montauk this year. Not to exaggerate, I was not on the boulders, but standing among the rocks in the wash near the Sewer Pipe. Rubber booted bibs waders, inexperience and too much enthusiasm; of course I fell. Was near the shoreline so only ended up with about 1/2 in. of water in the right boot, but it was a no-sh$t Sherlock moment for me. I need korkers. I respect their name is synonymous with the product (i.e. Xerox, Kleenex, etc...) but does that make them the best product? Are there affordable, functional alternatives? Yes, I'm asking. Yes, I'm budget conscious. Yes, I could just buy them but I'm really here to ask, why? Why them? Are there other options? Competitors? For the amount of use I'll get from them at this point (say 10 outings any given year), maybe I can find a reasonable, functional compromise that meets the need and doesn't too deeply pick my pocket. My main use will be at Montauk, maybe some jetties in the Brooklyn/Queens areas. I don't have, and don't plan on doing the full neoprene suit out on the farthest rock thing, but I'd like to be able to wear my waders and climb a modest rock with some confidence and security in mind. Last consideration, I was at the point a couple days ago. While I was there, only boils I witnessed were just off the eastern point, under the lighthouse. The only anglers reaching those fish were standing on the lower band of wide flat rocks under the walking path up along the fence. No way I was standing there in rubber boots but maybe, just maybe, I could pull that off with proper foot wear (and a 1000 other safety pieces). What korker alternatives are there? Thanks for your time.
  9. I need a good pair of size 11 korkers. I'm not interested in any with felt bottoms. Let's see what you guys got for me chaps.
  10. Korkers Metalhead, Brand New. Size 12. Come with one pair of Kling-on soles. This model has BOA lacing system.
  11. Good Condition. I think I used them once or twice. $35 Shipped
  12. 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.
  13. For sale korkers omnitrax carbide tipped soles, fits size 12 boot in excellent shape. Comes with five extra studs 40 bucks can meet up nyc metro area
  14. Brand new in box. $90 Shipped $80 picked up Ocean County, NJ comes with Klingon and felt soles.
  15. Looking for size 11 Korkers in good shape with boa lace system
  16. Brand new. Never worn lace up korkers. Asking $75 shipped.
  17. Looking for a pair of Casttrax (threaded studs, not push though) from Korkers. Size Medium. Thanks!
  18. Looking to replace the worn out screw in studs out of my wading boots...I need some recommendations. The original studs looked like a typical hex head sheet metal screw with one difference. The hex head was concave. They were mild steel so a little soft. Wasn't too happy with them they didnt give me the best grip when new. I use them for fishing off jetties, rocks etc. Anyone have any recommendations?
  19. Okuma Nomad 9' Spinning rod - 4 piece travel rod and case. Rod is in excellent condition, rod has served its purpose, and is just collecting dust. Time to let it go, and let someone else get some use out of it. Asking $125 shipped to lower 48 states. ------- SOLD ------- Korkers lace up- XL Brand new, never used, have been sitting in storage. original box is gone, but I will package them up nicely. I special ordered these from Korkers years ago, with the long spikes, these work very well, especially where there is a lot of sea/bubble weed. These are much lighter than the more bulkier wrap around with the strap & buckle. Asking $60 shipped to lower 48 states. Not looking for any trades, Paypal preferred.
  20. Lace-up jetty cleats, size large, in good to excellent condition since I only used them once for 2 days 29 studs per shoe. Prefer these over the strap version. $45 shipped east coast US PP, $35 picked in Ocean County NJ
  21. ISO a pair of korker or other branded wading boots size 11 or 12 to use off jetties and rocks on south shore of L.I I am a size 10 1/2 size sneaker, and i will be wearing soft footed waders underneath. Thanks gentlemen *()*
  22. Korker RockTrax Plus in size LARGE Great Condition ! Studs are not worn down Strap and buckle are excellent $60.00 $5.00 extra if I have to ship PM me if interested
  23. I have pair of korkers in good used condition. It's older discontinued model with straps and buckles and screw in studs. I used it very little and did not use it for the past two seasons at all. They were washed after each outing and before storage I unscrewed each stud, packed marine grease in the hole and screwed it back in. Studs are sharp. Size Medium. I will take a picture tonight if there's interest. $50 shipped.
  24. 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
  25. whats going on fishing folks! wanted to get the opinion of the experienced here and ask about the boxcars. I don't mind the style of them and the low cut design seems to give a bit more freedom of movement. I haven't bought them yet because I'm concerned about the possibility of sand gettting in the boot a lot easier than a high top. Im sure sand creeps in regardless of what shoe you wear if your pounding the surf hard but because of the low cut design I would imagine the gravel guards won't be as effective with these shoes. also, in the colder months your ankle would be slightly exposed resulting in freezing cold ankles... just random thoughts i have had regarding these, let me know what you folks think, or if you have them yourselves did you like them? pros/cons....thanks!