Chota Outdoor Gear STL Replacement Cleats
Chota STL Replacement Cleats are compatible with all Chota wading boots that accept cleats. These case-hardened steel cleats feature a specially constructed head that is carved out to form a semi-circular deep biting blade. A 1/4-inch nut driver or socket (not included) is required for inserting or removing these cleats.
- Qty. per pack: 28
Please note: These cleats are not for use on MK419 and BW500 RockLoc soles.
Ratings & Reviews
Don't delay change today
by steelheadjim -
Good product, just don't wait too long to change the cleats or they can be a little tough to remove.
by Woody -
Very easly to install, but they didn't preform as well as I thought they would, heads should have points on them for better traction.
Happy with the product and fast shipping
by Bill -
Slippery stream beds
by Fishwhisperer -
I wade fish a lot on rocky streams and as expected the original cleats started to wear. I did a preemptive replacement before my latest trip to the rock splippery San Juan. Getting the old ones out and putting the new ones in was a snap. Don't wait until the cleats are completely worn down. New cleats = cheap insurance against a fall in the river.
Chota replacment cleats
by hooker -
The trick to relacment is not to let the origanals wear down so much you can't get a grip on the with a wrench or vice grips
by Pennpadre -
The installation is easy, especially with a small socket wrench. They are rather durable but the problem is not with the cleats but with the rubber sole. The cleats are relatively short so after 2 or 3 replacements, the hole in which the cleat goes begins to wear. Thus the cleats begin to shift. but considering that the price of other cleats is 2 - 3x more, they do the job and are economical.
Chota: The Best of the Best
by Mark -
I've been fishing for over 40 years. The Chota STL Plus boots are the best I've found. Our streams in PA are rocky, and slippery. The Chota Cleats allow great traction. They do wear down over time but in 5-10 minutes you can replace them and get back out fishing.