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Korkers Devil's Canyon Wading Boot Felt/Rubber
    Korkers Devil's Canyon Wading Boot Felt/Rubber
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    • SKU: KK-Devils-Canyon-Boots-Felt-Kling-On
      Korkers Devil's Canyon Wading Boot Felt/Rubber

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    • $209.99

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    KORKERS DEVIL'S CANYON WADING BOOTS, FELT/KLING-ON

    Korkers Devil's Canyon Wading Boots set a new standard for technical fishing Wading Boots. Desinged for the atheltic fly fisherman in mind.  The Devil's Canyon features the new synthetic material: Rockguard 420D, a newly constructed midsole for added comfort and support, an upper designed cuff to lock your heel and ankle tight, and 3D molded toe cap to protect wear and abrasion over time. The Devil's Canyon boot is lightweight and nimble, while as comfortable as wearing your everyday shoe. The BOA system allows for easy on and easy off at the car and easy . BOA specifically designs this lacing system to be durable for hard everyday use.

    FEATURES:

    • OmniTrax 3.0 Interchangeable Sole system adapts your traction to meet the performance needs of each River system
    • Low profile Boa® MT2 speed lacing system for quick on/off and custom fit; producing a tighter fit with more power.
    • waterproof materials (including RockGuard 420 synthetic material) to reduce Water absorption, thereby reducing overall weight, and dry faster to help prevent the spread of invasive species
    • The reduction of stitched Seams improves durability and eliminates potential failure points with the new 3D EVA molded toe cap
    • Regrind rubber toe cap provides an added layer of durability without adding weight
    • Integrated midsole drainage ports allow water to drain quickly keeping Boots lighter
    • True Fit™ sizing
    • The Devil's Canyon feature a Felt and Kling-On OmniTrax 3.0 Soles
    • 2 lbs 14 oz
    MENS SIZING CONVERSION
    USEUROUKKORKERS 
    WADING BOOT
    537-3856
    5.53856
    638.55.57
    6.53967
    7406.58
    7.540-4178
    8417.59
    8.541-4289
    9428.510
    9.542-43910
    10439.511
    10.543-441011
    114410.512
    11.544-451112
    124511.513
    12.545-461213
    134612.514
    13.546-471314
    144713.515
    14.547-481415
    154814.515*

     

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    Verified Buyer
    Used the other day and hiked.and waded over a mile and they performed well. Vast i.provement over my previous boots.
    5
    James mccabe (West Virginia) | March 24th, 2022
    Used the other day and hiked.and waded over a mile and they performed well. Vast i.provement over my previous boots.
    Verified Buyer
    Good boot
    5
    James mccabe (West Virginia) | March 24th, 2022
    Used the other day and hiked.and waded over a mile and they performed well. Vast i.provement over my previous boots.
    Verified Buyer
    Great boots...
    5
    Jonathan Frederiksen (New Mexico) | November 16th, 2021
    Replaced Korker Darkhorse. I could wear these boots as every day footwear. It would look a little goofy, but they're that comfortable. I have a wider foot, but not super duty wide. Just as another reviewer wrote, with thicker neoprene socks, they're solid. I thought maybe there would be some pinch at the cuff, but nothing like that at all. Just comfortable and really light.
    Verified Buyer
    Great boots
    5
    Wayne Weaver (Pennsylvania) | November 15th, 2021
    Boot is lightweight . quick on and off with ease. Can't beat the adjustment super easy on those cold fishing days when frozen laces are just a pain . Very good support and toe area nicely covered for increased durability. Highly recomend
    Verified Buyer
    Best boot ever
    5
    Jerry (SC) | September 8th, 2021
    This is the second pair of Korkers i have owned . The first pair are 8 years old and showing severe ware and decided to purchase this new design for my Alaskan fishing trip recently. Boots do not hold water like my older pair and ease of on and off can’t be beat. Fit with Boa system is excellent with zero slippage . Light weight was also a positive attribute . Multiple sole selection is tops, Best value at this price
    Verified Buyer
    Lightweight and Easy On/Off
    5
    Craig (Olympia, WA) | July 24th, 2021
    It came down to these or the Simms Headwaters Boa. I am getting older and have rheumatoid arthritis, so getting things on and off is difficult for me. I needed a boot with with a Boa system that was easy to put on and take off wet. For long days wading weight is very important. As a climber I am always thinking 'an ounce on the foot is like a pound in the pack.' I have never before used anything from this brand, so here are factors that made me give the Korkers a try instead of my go-to brand (Simms): - They are just more than a half pound lighter per boot (9.5 oz). That is a big, big weight difference when it is on your foot all day. - The ability to swap out soles - I fish for cutts a lot, both from the beach and from a boat. The rest of my fishing ranges from very large rivers to very small streams. I need a different sole for different circumstances (I am getting tired of having lots of different boots). These days for the rivers there is even more variety depending on regs and whether I need cleats or not, etc. - $30 cheaper - Good warranty (first year) I have worn the boots a couple times so far (I will update this review if my opinion changes over time), and found them to be very light and comfortable. Most importantly, they are very, very easy for me to get on and take off. They quickly and easily loosen enough to just slip in my foot, or to lift my foot out using the toe of my other foot to hold the heel. Tightening the laces with the Boa knob is not too bad, even with my weakened hands. Someone with 'regular' strength hands will find the Boa system really, really easy. It is summer, so so far I have been wearing them with neoprene socks and wet wading. I have tried them on with my waders, and with Simms wet wading socks and the fit is the same. I agonized over what size to buy. My shoe size is a straight size 11 regular in literally everything I wear. According to the size charts this means I should be a size 12 in these boots (to accommodate the bulk of wader booties). I ordered a size 11 and they are perfect with neoprene, and too large without any socks at all. At first I thought even the size 11 was too big, as the toe box is roomy even when fully tightened with neoprene socks or my stocking foot waders. Turns out that toe box space is just the design of the boot. The not-too-tight toe box helps prevent my toes from getting cold, and I have found my feet are not cramping the way they often do with a tighter boot. I should note - my foot does not slop around - the fit is snug and secure for challenging wading circumstances - it is just not crushing/compressing my toes. For reference, I am a true size 11 foot size, and wading in 3.5mm thick socks and the size 11 boot is a perfect fit for me. Switching out the soles is easy, and my fears of 'throwing a sole' proved unfounded. The system does secure them quite securely, and assuming the materials do not wear out from repeated sole changes, I no longer have any doubts about the benefit of being able to have multiple soles for a single pair of boots. Saving the environment in more ways than one is kinda cool with this system - I need fewer pairs of boots which means fewer manufactured, and I always have the proper soles for the conditions I am fishing. I cannot yet comment on overall durability, but will report back if they wear out prematurely in any way. My only area of concern is the locations where the tabs on the soles press into the bottom of the boots. It seems like this location could crack or tear, effectively preventing the sole from 'locking' into the boot. A lot of people have used these boots, and presumably a lot of testing has gone into this specific feature. The upshot is that is the system that secures the soles fails, the boots are useless. I am going on faith that is will not fail for many years of use with hundreds and hundreds of sole changes - time will tell and so will I if they ever fail. And my standards are pretty high...I have a pair of Danner felt soles I have been fishing for just over 30 years. 30 years! I never thought I would prefer any of my wading boots to my Danners...but I was wrong. Because these are so easy to get on and off, there is no question these are superior. I spend a lot of money on fly fishing, and compared to my rods, reels, and waders these boots were downright cheap. So far I am absolutely thrilled with my purchase and feel I made the right call to get this particular pair of boots.
    Verified Buyer
    korker boots
    5
    Henry (south) | December 12th, 2020
    Awesome purchase! Easy on and easy off, need I say more.
    Verified Buyer
    Great boots for a Great price
    5
    MATTHEW STARK (Colorado) | October 29th, 2020
    I just started using these and already am happy with my purchase. Very comfortable, great for the hike into the river and on the river. I like the convenience and adaptability of the interchangeable sole system. The BOA system is awesome too being able to tighten and loosen as needed without having to tie laces.
    Verified Buyer
    I spent nearly 100 days in these boots this year and they have been great so far. The uppers are very comfortable which is usually where boots I struggle with wading boots. When I first put them on they don't lace real tight, but by the time I walk to t
    5
    Kory Porter (Idaho) | October 27th, 2020
    I spent nearly 100 days in these boots this year and they have been great so far. The uppers are very comfortable which is usually where boots I struggle with wading boots. When I first put them on they don't lace real tight, but by the time I walk to the river, I tighten them again and they are great for the rest of the day.
    Verified Buyer
    I spent nearly 100 days in these boots this year and they have been great so far. The uppers are very comfortable which is usually where boots I struggle with wading boots. When I first put them on they don't lace real tight, but by the time I walk to t
    5
    Kory Porter (Idaho) | October 27th, 2020
    I spent nearly 100 days in these boots this year and they have been great so far. The uppers are very comfortable which is usually where boots I struggle with wading boots. When I first put them on they don't lace real tight, but by the time I walk to the river, I tighten them again and they are great for the rest of the day.


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