Simms Tributary Fly-Fishing Boot
The Simms Tributary Fly-Fishing Boot is a Simms rubber sole fly-fishing boot that is extremely durable, heavy-duty, and comes with really great foot and ankle support and traction and is designed with waterproof synthetic leather and scratch rubber upper for all-around durability and also comes lined with neoprene for multipurpose hiking and wading comfort which is great.
The Simms Tributary Fly-Fishing Boot is designed with a rubber sole that is built from the bottom up to overcome specific obstacles on a variety of terrains and boast innovative compounds and technical sole patterns, specifically developed to meet the challenges of several different environments and applications, so make sure to check out this Simms Tributary Fly Fishing Boot that is very innovative, durable, comfortable to wear and also really looks great. The Tributary Boots are a very affordable fishing boot and they also pair nicely with the Simms Tributary Wader. The Tributary boots come in a wide range of sizes to accomodate any man, woman or child. When put together the Simms Tributary boots and waders make for an excellent starter wading set.
A classic, great-fitting wading boot with all the rugged features and the trusted support and traction you need while in and out of the water.
- Rugged synthetic leather and mesh with scratch rubber overlays in high abuse areas
- Bomber, corrosion-resistant lacing hardware
- Fully-gusseted tongue helps prevent debris from getting inside
- Full neoprene lining for durability and ease of on and off
- Simms' proprietary multi-directional lugged rubber outsole
- Whole sizes only
According to Merriam-Webster a tributary was originally a person or state that owed tribute to a more powerful person or state. Ancient China, for instance, had dozens of tributary states, and the emperor would receive elephants from Siam or young girls from Korea as tribute. Just as a smaller power gave some of its wealth to a larger power, a small river contributes its waters to a larger one. A tributary can be a tiny stream, but some are immense rivers. The Missouri River, for example, could be called a tributary to the Mississippi, even though it's about 2,500 miles long and receives hundreds of tributaries itself.