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Simms Men’s Rip Rap Felt Sole Fly-Fishing Shoe

The Simms Men’s Rip Rap Felt Sole Fly-Fishing Shoe is a Simms men’s felt sole fly-fishing shoe that is made on the Westshore proprioceptive platform and features awesome heel stiffness with forefoot flexibility and also comes with a stud retention plate that prevents stud pass through and is very durable and comfortable which is awesome.

These Simms Men’s Rip Rap Felt Sole Fly-Fishing Shoe is designed with both a rubber and felt-hybrid models that comes with Vibram studs, not cleats and is designed with  a new rubber sole that has been tested and proven to contain great river traction.

The Simms Men’s Rip Rap Felt Sole Fly-Fishing Shoe is also designed with antimicrobial material in the lining with Right-Angle Foot Bed Technology and also comes with a spacer-mesh that contains awesome breathability, durability and fast draining, so make sure to check out this Simms Men’s Rip Rap Felt Sole Fly-Fishing Shoe now.

  • Both rubber and felt-hybrid models accept Vibram studs (not cleats)
  • New rubber sole tested and proven for increased river traction
  • Built on Westshore last with proprioceptive platform found in our wading boots
    • Provides heel stiffness with forefoot flexibility
    • Stud retention plate prevent stud pass through and increase durability
  • Antimicrobial material in lining with Right-Angle Foot Bed technology
  • Spacer-mesh designed for added breathability, durability and fast draining  

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by Brian
on 5/6/2017
Substantial shoe at reasonable price
I really liked the sturdy nature of this shoe as well as the fact that the sole has both felt and a perimeter of rubber tread. My only complaint is that the lacing system stretches so much that it is hard to really lace down the shoe without having a foot of so of the lacing device hanging and needing to be woven into the laces. I think I may replace the lacing system with regular laces. Not a big deal, though it will leave me with a line-catching bow instead of the designed smooth system.
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