The Simms Tributary Men's Wading Boots offer incredible support, traction, and durability for when you go fly fishing. The Simms Tributary wading boots are constructed from synthetic leather for durability, while the multi-directional lugged rubber outsole provides the traction you need on slippery terrain. For easy on and off, the Simms Tributary wading boots have a neoprene lining and traditional lacing. Keep your feet supported whether you're in or out of water with the Simms Tributary Men's Wading Boots.
Support in and out of water
Multi-directional lugged outsole
Corrosion-resistant lacing hardware
Scratch rubber overlays for durability
Full neoprene lining for easy on and off
Fully-gusseted tongue prevents debris from reaching interior
I’m not sure why it would be better to pay more than twice as much for a high end wading boot. This fit well, as advertised, and work great. I haven’t had them long enough to comment on durability but they look to be well built.
I bought these for my 10 year old grandson so we can fish the Truckee River. He says they are very comfortable and did not change his opinion at the end of the day. He had no trouble navigating the rocky river bottom. Really good price. Excellent craftsmanship. I have no negatives to report.
Really comfortable on my 10.5-11 size feet (depends on brand). I bought a size 11 boot and have no problems with the waders fitting inside. The rubber is grippier than I expected, but wasn't at first, so I suggest making a decent hike first or wearing them around for a bit before hitting the water. The boot is also really light in the water because the foam sole wants to float, making stepping easier. I took a risk buying rubber over felt and don't regret it.
I fish small streams and typically wet wade after June 1st. However, I needed a new pair of boots to for those early, colder days of the year. So…I didn’t need a high-end pair of boots for just a few trips a year with no rocky bottom to traverse. I just needed something to wear with hippers a few days a year. This pair fits the bill. Comfortable, early use indicates good quality and worth the money for my use. They certainly appear worth of any river a few times a year.