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Simms Freestone Wading Boots

3 Reviews
$159.99
SKU: F16271
$159.99

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Simms Freestone Wading Boots are some of the best value wading boots on the market. They offer excellent performance at an affordable price. These boots are constructed of synthetic leather with rubber toes for a durable and waterproof boot. For supreme comfort and shock absorption, Freestone Wading Boots feature neoprene lining and dual-density midsoles.


  • Waterproof synthetic leather and scratch rubber upper
  • Partial neoprene lining
  • Dual-density EVA midsole for shock absorption
  • Imported

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If you got big dogs - this is the only solution!

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I've suffered in size 14 Orvis boots too long. I got them used off 'the bay' after using construction boots for years. Really...I mean without felt soles...I wasn't sure it mattered. I used those for years...then I got the Orvis canvas waders in a 14. They HURT after an hour or two...and cost me a lot of money in toenail surgery (2 had to be removed they were so bad) Anyway - I wear a 14W in street shoes - you can't believe how hard it is to find wading boots as big as I need. With a pair of wool socks, neoprene stocking foot waders...I'm easily pushing the limits of a 15...and really SIXTEEN is what i needed. I opened the box and thought they were HUGE - until I put them on with the waders...just right! :) I'm sure the soles won't grip like felt - I'm sure I'll dislike that. I've recently bought a neighboring state's annual license...and while my state doesn't have any regulations against felt...the other one does (in a few areas). So...I bought rubber soles.

Shims firestone wading boots

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I wear a size 14 and purchased a size up , a 15, it works wonderful, they fit wonderful and slip on and off easily because of the neoprene inside.

Great pair of boots

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I have an older pair of these that have been great. Those are about 4-5 seasons old now and are still like new. I now have a new pair and looks like Simms changed the cosmetics a bit but still the same heavy duty boot. Only reason I got a new pair is my 11's were a bit tight and finally got tired of it, my 12's fit perfect. Also installed the new cleat system (which I think they need to put 12-14 in a puck instead of 10, specially for 30 bucks! But the boots are a great price!