For around $120 the Orvis Encounter wading boots are appealing even to novice anglers. Orvis promised that the Encounter offer the quality and features of high-end equipment for a price that’s still fairly affordable. I tested them to find out if they are worth buying and how they perform during an average day of fly fishing. […]
The Simms G3 Guide Boots cost around $200 and are considered a piece of high-end gear. A glance at the list of features looks promising and I was definitely looking forward to review them. However, as always, I will give you my unbiased opinion and let you know if it is worth to spend that […]
The Redington Palix wading boots cost around 80$ and are therefore in the mid-price segment. They come with rubber or felt soles and are honestly really good looking. Since this should not be your number one criterion when buying this kind of gear, let’s see what else they offer. Specs: Polyester mesh Rubber toe […]
I was looking forward to write a Redington Skagits review, since they are my standard wading shoes for fly fishing. I used them already for a whole season and they still serve me well while walking through water, mud, over slippery stones and everything that you can find around or in a river or lake. If you […]
With a price around 125$ the Korkers Greenback are a pair of mid to high-end wading boots. Besides some other cool features they come with an interchangeable sole, letting you switch easily between different fabrics according to the the conditions. In this review I will tell you what you get for your money.
Caddis Systems is a company that specialised fully on wading equipment. I already tested other products made by them and the quality is usually average. Let’s see what their felt sole wading shoes provide for under 50$.
The Frogg Toggs Rana wading boots are entry-level equipment and come with rubber soles. The price is a bit over 50$ and therefore the Ranas are relatively cheap compared to other wading boots. I will check in this review if they are worth buying.