Cabela's Guidewear Wading Boots

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Cabela's Guidewear Wading Boots -
Polyurethane-coated leather uppers with nylon mesh side panels are durable and comfortable for long hikes to and from your favorite fishing spots. Large nylon finger loops for easy on. Molded polyurethane heel counters and rock guards protect feet from underwater hazards. Nylon microscreen panels at insteps let water drain, while keeping out sediment. EVA wedge heels. Vibram® sheet rubber wading outsoles deliver rugged traction. Includes 28 hardened steel cleats for extra traction on slippery rocks. The specially designed hex head is counter sunk to form two semi-circular, deep biting blades. The 28 hardened steel cleats should be counter sunk between the lugs and spread out from the heel to toe for improved traction. Imported.
Ht: 8.3".
Avg. wt: 4.1 lbs./pair.
Men’s whole sizes: 8-14.
Color: Brown.
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Cabela's Guidewear Wading Boots Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

First Pair of Wading Boots.

I am new to fly fishing (newly retired) and I needed wading boots to pair with Cabelas Dry-Plus Stockingfoot Waders. Buying waders and boots online, sight-unseen, can be tricky. In 35 years, I have always been completely satisfied with Cabelas products. So, I went for a matched set. I am still completely satisfied. I wear a size 11 to 11-1/2: Wide. I choose a size 12. Given the fullness of the wader bootie, the size is perfect. These are substantial boots. Somewhat Frankenstein-ish: thick leather, durable double stitching, robust lacing eyes, heavy polyurethane heel and toe box, leather covered tongue, aggressive lug sole. Once in the water, all is forgiven. These boots will not get shredded by jagged rocks. The firmness of the boot gives good ankle support while stumbling around because of age or trying to net the trophy Brown. The rubber sole is grippy and the lug provides a solid foothold. Given all that, they walk pretty darn well. I marched up and down the trails with no problem. All-in-all, a very good matched set. Oh- Cabelas, you've done it again! See my review of the waders.
FryPanJack at Cabelas on 08/02/2013

Negative Reviews:

Cannot recommend

I've used various brands and types of wading boots for 30+ years with varying degrees of longevity, but all were relatively comfortable. The Guidewear Wading boot is the most uncomfortable I've experienced. During 7-days of fishing in Alaska the "heel counter" of the right boot dug into and irritated the outside of my ankle. No amount of taping or padding the ankle, or tightening or loosening the boot, or bending the boot counter relieved the problem. These boots also are heavy and large. I'm returning them ASAP.
7Silvers at Cabelas on 09/13/2013

poor quality, poor traction

I've owned several different models of Cabela's wading boots and these were the worst. They don't get any traction on wet rocks and they're falling apart after only a few months of use. The seams are busting open and the faux leather has holes worn in it.
JamiePNW at Cabelas on 12/11/2013

Should have read the two negative reviews

Same problem - less than six months of use, and the seam bursts. It's not a huge deal b/c they are wading boots, but how annoying to buy a pair of boots that don't seem to be holding up. I'm sending them back ASAP.
Revmlee at Cabelas on 01/07/2014