I wear flip flops from the truck to the waters edge and then go barefoot. As the temps cool and I start wearing jeans I'll wear a pair of Harkers Island sneakers and when it gets cold I'll wear chest waders.
Richard, the RipRap shoe......as good of traction as felt on slick rocks??....surely not. I can definitely see it being better on muddy banks though. Your opinion?I've really enjoyed the Simms RipRap shoe when the weather is mild. Good foot protection and excellent traction in a variety of conditions. When it gets chilly, I know several folks that have really liked the Chota Mukluk Light....waterproof to about the knee, warm and not big and clunky.
You're a better man than me. No way would I deal with wet feet in January/February. I'm a hot blooded person and am hot when most are complaining of it being cold, but I'm a wimp when it comes to my feet being cold.I just wear old sneakers and suffer wet feet. Heard good things about these though http://www.backcountry.com/astral-brewer-water-shoe could be paired with neoprene socks.
That's a tapatalk issue. Click on them again and they pop right up.The last three links posted gives me an error code. Anybody see the same?
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I meant to mention that. Works fine now.That's a tapatalk issue. Click on them again and they pop right up.
Nah, I wouldn't do that in winter. I can get away with it spring through fall. My limited trips in winter months involve waders on water where there's practically no chance of taking a swim.You're a better man than me. No way would I deal with wet feet in January/February. I'm a hot blooded person and am hot when most are complaining of it being cold, but I'm a wimp when it comes to my feet being cold.
Chest waders and wool socks from a kayak and Muck boots with wool socks on the boat.What does everyone wear throughout the winter to keep their feet warm