ForEverlast Ray-Guard Reef Boots were designed for the coastal angler who wades reef structure to catch bait, trophy trout or for those who like site casting from the deck of the boat. The ForEverlast Ray-Guard Reef Boots feature a hard soled bottom combined with 4 layers of vulcanized rubber provide excellent protection from reef and other underwater structures while remaining lightweight and comfortable fitting. ForEverlast Ray-Guard Reef Boots are excellent for beach wear or for the rugged conditions while wading, and they can be used in combination with ForEverlast Ray-Guard Shields to provide complete protection from underwater urchins as well.
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I got a pair of these boots after I stepped on a stonefish in Guam. I was stung through the side of my regular hard soled booties. The Ray-Guard Reef Boots are awesome. The lower soles and sides are bullet proof. I would highly recommend them to anyone who is wading around in tropical waters, near reefs, stonefish, rays, sea urchins.
I ordered these online,used the chat service to ask if the sizes ran true. after a lengthy hold I was assured they were. they were not. the run about a size above. I wear a size 10 tennis snoe, a size ten work boot, and a size ten dress boot. I put these on when I got them they are a full size bigger, you can put them on and step right out of them. I should have heeded the review that said they were big. now I don't have time to exchange them before my trip. guess I will wear two or three pairs of socks, wont be that comfortable but what are you gonna do?
Haven't used yet, but seem OK. Sizing seems O.K. - on the wide side. Fairly heavy - 'Flats' boots are noticeably lighter (and run about 1/2-1 size small compared to this model).
I have been wade fishing south west Florida waters for 60 years and been slapped by a number of stingray tails but never stung. I have also, however, talked to a number of fisherman who have been hit, listened to them talk about the pain they experience until they could get back, sometimes up to two hours. So I decided not to push my luck any further and get a pair of boots. They are on the heavy side compared to tennis shoes but the protection is worth it. Now I don't wade fish without them.