Wading Boot Soles

Wading Boot Soles

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Korkers wading boots come with interchangeable soles. These soles are a great way for anglers to switch from felt to studded rubber to full rubber without getting new boots. This feature allows anglers to utilize a variety of different soles and to tackle a variety of different angling scenarios in a single day with a single pair of boots. All Korkers soles are interchangeable so as long as they’re the right size they’ll fit any Korkers boot. Many boots come with a selection of sole options but soles can also be purchased after purchasing the boot here. 

 

The current iteration of Korkers sole is the OmniTrax v3.0. These soles come in a variety of denominations including Vibram, Triple Threat, Aluminum Bar, Studded, Rubber, Kling-On, and more. The Triple Threat Aluminum Bar Sole is great for heavy-duty wading when tough grip and rugged durability count. These aren’t the soles you should choose if you plan on walking miles while wading your favorite river because of their heavy construction. If you’re navigating seaweed and treacherous rocks on the Maine Coast, however, these are a great option. 

 

If you’re looking for a sole that’s geared more toward trout anglers navigating freshwater scenarios, the Korkers OmniTrax V3.0 Felt Soles are perfect for tailwater fisheries with vegetation or slippery river rocks. These soles are also one of the lightest models Korkers makes which makes them easy to walk around in all day. They’re also a great option for drift boats and light boat fishing when studs or bars are overkill. 

 

Korkers also makes a Vibram sole for the angler who prefers simple, durable, and boat-friendly boots. The OmniTrax v3.0 Vibram Idrogrip Soles are sticky, durable, and great for hiking or walking long distances. These soles have spots for cleats and more than enough tread to walk for miles on either the river or the coast. Korkers also makes a sole they call Kling-On which amounts to a sticky rubber sole that’s similar to the Vibram. The rubber soles are slightly lighter and slightly less rigid to provide the angler with 

 

If you’re looking for wading boots that promote versatility and can adapt to the changing conditions of any angling scenario, choose Korkers. If you’re looking for soles for your Korkers boots, shop here for the best selection at the best prices with FREE SHIPPING and a price match guarantee. Shop Now!