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September 29, 2007
Laces that Last
By Tim Romano & Kirk Deeter
Here you go Kirk, laces that last. Haven't tried em, but I have to imagine metal laces are going to last more than twenty river days. Korkers makes this lace free system that incorporates switchable soles as well.
ok, better angle, but i dunno, still kinda reminds me of something from BattleStar Galactica of the early 80's. do fly fishermen really have to geek out so much?
Ugly? These boots are probably the sleekest looking wading boots I have ever seen, plus they work great (I have about 30 days on them so far). Check out this link to see a different angle of the boots.http://korkers.com/product.php?recKey=38
The bottom line for me is will the boot last longer than one season. I go through at least one pair of boots per season. If the Korkers can hold up and all I need to do is replace the interchangeable sole, I will wear these boots until the laces do break.
no, trust me, it matters...bad fashion is a crime.
Looks don't matter... Now the part to test out is the interchangeable sole... Does the sole come off in the water? Does river muck get under the sole causing it to fall off?
Looks don't matter. They will live their lives either underwater or in a closet. Who cares how they look?
man, those are UGLY.
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