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    RE: Shoes for Fishing

    Sperry ASV technology.......these are great boat shoes........

    I've worn Coastal Runners for awhile now.......stylish, great cushion and support......

    Don't say overkill either until you've tried the Fox Chain on a summer Sunday.......
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    RE: Shoes for Fishing

    I think, with this question, we have officially reached the point where winter is too long.

    I wear my every day shoes, which are all Merrells with Dr. Scholl's back-support insoles.

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    RE: Shoes for Fishing

    I highly suggest Northface hedgehogs. lightweight, mostly mesh upper (reasonably breathable) for hot summer days (going w sandals gives me sunburned feet), with lots of cushioning and support. Also vibram sole is pretty decent on wet surfaces. Bonus for me is they are goretex, so no worries about wet feet/socks regardless of conditions.

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    RE: Shoes for Fishing

    Just bought a pair of low top Korkers from Cabela's yesterday. These shoes are actually wading boots, hence why I bought them. The cool thing is they have interchangeable soles. I can change to felt soles for use as wader boots. I can change to rubber soles for use of hiking shoes or boat shoes. They are mostly mesh, so very breathable. Apparently they have many other types of soles you can buy, including golf studded soles if your into swinging clubs. I did not see if they have double ten and plastic throwing soles yet??

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    RE: Shoes for Fishing

    I wear Keen Newport H2's and they are great. Work great wet or dry and prevent a lot of sunburn to the top of my feet while still keeping them cool. Last year, I wore a pair of Keen/Simms Deck Sandals and loved them. Just my opinion.

    Nick

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    RE: Shoes for Fishing

    Nice nike's or keens then Danners in fall winter.

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    RE: Shoes for Fishing

    8 inch stilettos, really helps with the figure eights.

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    RE: Shoes for Fishing

    >8 inch stilettos, really helps with the figure eights.

    Do you color coordinate with your DCG's......:P

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    RE: Shoes for Fishing

    No just to my speedo

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    RE: Shoes for Fishing

    I heard Michael Jordan has a nice line out....

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