SIMMS ZIPIT II BOOTIE
The ultimate flats fishing shoes. Simms' Zipit II goes on and off fast thanks to a cavernous gusseted opening and YKK corrosion-resistant zippers. Wear them barefoot or stick a sock in it while storming big surf or skinny flats. And source bomber durability via perforated neoprene uppers, vulcanized rubber overlays, and the puncture-free footing of a full length Bi-Fit lasting board. One of our best sellers for foot protection for the saltwater angler.
- Easy on/easy off saltwater wet wading shoe with gusseted zipper opening & YKK locking corrosion‐resistant zipper
- Perforated neoprene upper with vulcanized rubber overlays for additional durability
- Durable vulcanized rubber outsole & molded EVA sockliner & full length Bi‐Fit™ lasting board for puncture resistance
- Designed to be worn barefoot or with a light liner sock; order straight shoe size or nearest whole size up
- Men's whole sizes: 8 ‐ 14, Width: EE
- APPROX. WEIGHT: 36.8 oz
Sandal or Flip
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4.92/5 Stars out of 12 Reviews
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Pal (Indian rocks beach) | December 22nd, 2021
The boots came in 3 days with a thank you note, unbelievable. The boot is a size small, in addition the water pressure makes them even tighter. Luckily I tried them on at a over priced store before purchasing them on reelfly. My second pair, I fish 3-4days a week. The last pair lasted me 4 years with a little tlc.
Scott Roehner (Knoxville, TN) | October 28th, 2021
Used these boots on a number of different surfaces - great all around boot and will definitely get another pair when these wear out!
Igor (Delaware) | August 5th, 2021
These are great boots but you need to order at least a size bigger than your shoe size
Robert Thomson (FL) | July 22nd, 2021
I use these booties for fly fishing the beaches of south west florida. I wear a thin waterproof sock underneith so no sand gets to my feet. I would reccomend going us one full size if you plan to wear a thin waterproof sock underneith like I am doing. Great booties with a firm sole and decent foot support. I would buy them again!
Robert H (Florida) | June 22nd, 2021
These work great for Mosquito Lagoon in FL. The lagoon has a lot of mud and not a lot of hard coral, rocks etc. These are nice because they are not a lot of material that can trap the awful muddy smell that Mosquito Lagoon carries. I can just rinse these and they do good. I wear a size 8.5-9. I chose 10 because I wear them with the wet wading socks. This size and combination works well. So if you are a size 8.5 OR 9 and want to wear the thin wet wading socks, then 10 would be best.
kg ZhongHuiKun (OR) | June 14th, 2021
Jeff R (St Louis) | June 8th, 2021
I wear an 8.5 shoe and was back and forth between a 9 and 10 bootie. With the recommendation, I ended up going with the 9. They felt comfortable walking around the house but, the first time in the saltwater they were pretty tight because of the water pressure. However, the second time back in the water they were very comfortable. They are very easy to put on and off. The velcro strap over the zipper is a nice feature. Highly recommend to any saltwater angler.
Richard Sato (CA) | February 5th, 2021
This is my 3rd pair of Simm's Booties. They do run on the small size and because I wear them with neoprene socks and I have bunion problems. I get them 2 sizes bigger than my shoe size. They are a lot lighter than Simms Flats Sneakers which I prefer. So far they have held up well, even after wading the Belize coral flats.
GB (WA) | January 18th, 2021
There's a lot of mixed reviews for these in regards to sizing. They only run in full sizes not half sizes and that is part of the problem. I wear an 8.5 and purchased the 9. The 9 fits great with a little room in the toes - as it should. These BY DESGIN are supposed to fit snugly. These are designed to be worn barefoot or with thin socks. There are other brands that can be worn with neoprene wader booties - these are not them - unless you go up a couple of sizes. Very well made. Thick rubber support in areas that traditionally wear out. I gave 4 stars vs 5 because I received the green color vs the gray that is shown.
Adam K Brayton (OH) | November 2nd, 2020
I use these on Snibel Island fishing for redfish. They are very easy to clean and resist funky saltwater smell.