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Re: patagonia ultralight wading boots?

2009/7/29 10:25
Posts: 1809
TY those look great but I think I want something that comes up over my ankle.. better for rock hopping I think...

BFE. have gotten a pair of the Patagonia uls and I have the same experience on sizing: I usually wear 9 in these a 10 is good

each boot is about 11 ounces lighter than my simms Riversheds. can't hurt that they are about 1/3 lighter.

they do seem more flexible... more shoe like, less boot like

Posted on: 12/20 15:19

Re: patagonia ultralight wading boots?

2009/7/29 10:25
Posts: 1809
now have some hiking and steep stream experience with the patagonia ultralight boots... good grip on trails and rocks with Patagonia screws. can't be sure, but maybe less fatigue with lighter weight and more flex. going from 4.5 lb to 3 lb boot weight cant hurt. happy customer, no blisters or break in issues

Posted on: 12/29 9:25

Edited by k-bob on 2013/12/29 9:52:15

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