The BuckSkin Boot is a high quality fishing and wading boot featuring the revolutionary OmniTrax interchangeable sole system that affords anglers versatility in boot tread options. Korkers, one of the industry leaders in outdoors boots, designed the BuckSkin boots for wading activities. These high performance boots offer the comfort and functionality demanded by anglers who wade in all types of conditions. Durability is top notch achieved through an enhanced midsol, scratch rubber toe cap and rubberized anti-abrasion synthetic material. Metal hardware is another nice touch used in the traditional lacing system. The BuckSkin boots will remain in tip-top shape through many season of hardcore wading. The boots are very quick drying due to the hydrophobic material used throughout, reducing the drying time exponentially. Furthermore, drainage ports and internal drainage channels aid in drying the boot and keeping water from pooling up.
The real selling point in the Korker BuckSkin Boots is the OmniTrax interchangeable sole system. It's a revolutionary new concept changing the way people think about footwear. The soles of Korkers BuckSkin boots can be easily changed and customized for a variety of different activities. This innovative technology was created with 3 simple design criteria in mind: ease of use, reliability, and durability. Hundreds of hours of field testing have resulted in a design that is absolutely reliable. As the only wading boot manufacturer to offer interchangeable soles, Korkers provides an exclusive solution to help protect waters from the spread of invasive species while enhancing angler safety and performance. Through its unique OmniTrax Interchangeable Sole System, Korkers empowers anglers to fish responsibly with a range of specific outsoles - from traditional felt to sticky rubber - that meets the demands of the environment.
The Korkers BuckSkin Boots include two sole options with each pair - Kling-On and Plain Felt. We offer the BuckSkin boots in six sizes: 9 - 14.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DHEP) and lead, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov