The NRS Boundary Shoe is knee high, waterproof and warm. Great for those wet, soggy put-ins and portages. Individually tested to ensure waterproofness. The waterproof 5-mm neoprene upper has glued, blind-stitched and double-taped seams to keep your feet warm and dry. The ladder buckle strap at the top and the sturdy instep strap ensure the shoe stays in place even in the muckiest conditions.
|Material:||5-mm neoprene upper|
|Black - 7||30035.01.105|
|Black - 8||30035.01.106|
|Black - 9||30035.01.107|
|Black - 10||30035.01.100|
|Black - 11 †||30035.01.101|
|Black - 12||30035.01.102|
|Black - 13 †||30035.01.103|
Love these boots. They do what they claim, keep your feet warm and dry and they're tall enough. Our kayaking season here in northern Michigan is expanded with being assured that we wont be getting wet when launching. Bought myself a pair last year and my wife a pair this year. They do run small. I wear a 9 1/2 wide shoe and these fit in an 11. My wife wears an 8 shoe and she wears a 9 in these boots. They are very comfortable and well made.
First of this boot is not a waterproof, and it's not to easy on, easy out but not to too much hard, it seems like to much stubbed or stretched so it won't be looks like last longer to use
This shoe really works. Wading in at the landing to mid-calf in water to get in and out of my sit-on-top kayak and then a 2.5 mile paddle on the lake. Not a drop of water got inside the boots. The bottom is sturdy for walking on gravel and the boot is comfortable. I wear a size 11 and the boot this size fit me perfect with medium weight socks. I think heavier over the calf socks would probably work ok, but if the temperature is below the mid 40s I'm not going to be paddling. If size 11 is snug and you want to wear heavy socks then consider a size up. My opinion. I have to give 5 stars because it totally met my needs and wants for a lightweight waterproof boot.
NRS BOUNDARY SHOE