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It only takes spending one day on the boat with cold, wet feet to appreciate the importance of having the right shoes. We designed our Challenger Pull-On Boot with cold, wet conditions, slippery decks and warm, comfortable feet in mind. The vulcanized rubber upper rises a full 14 inches to keep you dry, while a grid-fleece lining insulates your feet from the cold. Our Right Angle® footbed promotes good foot alignment for relaxed posture, while a non-marking, siped rubber outsole grips wet decks and docks, so you can move with confidence all day long.
To allow proper room for the neoprene stockingfoot, find your regular shoe size in the right-hand columns and order the corresponding Simms Boot in the first column. This will typically be one size up from your normal shoe size for men and one size down for women (ie: a women's USA size 8 would take a men's boot size 7).
(Simms Boot size 5 will fit a Youth Size 4, etc.)
Not all styles available in all sizes; please see individual boot for size specifics
** Freestone Boot - Streamtread only
Just picked up a pair of these. Pretty comfortable for a Pull On boots, seems like good quality, I guess time will tell the more I wear them and the longer I have them. Definitely made to be worn over neoprene wader booties, if wearing just over socks and out and about they work fine too just remember to wear a thicker pair of socks as I see they were designed to be popped on when not wearing your wading boots. Not sure if everyone would need to go a size up of their normal shoe size so maybe try them on first over some neoprene booties first at your local fly shop before you buy. If you're a half size, I would definitely go up the half size but for example if you wear say a size 11, you might be just fine with the 11. All depends on if you're going to primarily wear them with or with waders with the neoprene booties. The grid lines fleece is both comfortable and fairly warm for what it is.
(Posted on 11/22/2017)