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    Default Snowbee rockhopper wader grips

    I've recently bought a pair of felt sole boots, after struggling with pair of Vision gummi soled ones. I was thinking of getting some of the above, just for walking to and getting in to the river. Has anyone had any experience with them? Cheers in advance.

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    Hi MrLobster get yourself a pkt of SUPATRACKS best grip wading studs and once you fit them you will ready for any conditions in or out of the water I hope this helps Owen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrLobster View Post
    I've recently bought a pair of felt sole boots, after struggling with pair of Vision gummi soled ones. I was thinking of getting some of the above, just for walking to and getting in to the river. Has anyone had any experience with them? Cheers in advance.
    I have just bought a pair of Vision Nahka Gummi sole boots.
    Teamed up with 10 Supatracks studs on each boot, they are so far in contention for the best boots I have ever had.
    They are comfortable and incredibly supportive on the ankles.
    I have just returned from a week of serious rock hopping on the Kola, the grip is superb and I never slipped once on any surface.
    Extremely highly recommended, both boots and studs.
    Respect My Authorita!!

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    I do have the Snowbee rockhopper boots for a while now and the grip is outstanding. I do find them ideal if you fish from the bank, especially from slippery rocks and I think that was the original purpose (in Japan) of them. the shoe itself is from quite thin material that is not too stable and as general wading boot I would not recommend them.
    Icelander05

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    I will definitely consider this one and change my diawa boots.
    nextride.com/

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