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NRS

Men's Kicker Remix Wetshoe

Men's Kicker Remix Wetshoe
Black/Blue
Superior insulation, traction and protection.
NRS-Men's Kicker Remix Wetshoe
Item:NRS354-62733E
Price:$49.95
Availability:In Stock
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Description

With superior insulation, traction and protection, the Men's Kicker Remix Wetshoe provides that comfortable "I forget I have them on" fit. Good things do come in small packages. 

Upper and insole are constructed with 3 mm Terraprene neoprene with titanium to keep your feet warm from heel to toe.
Naturally shaped toe box provides a roomy, non-binding fit.
Stretchy rubber bands improve lateral stability and help hold the shoe to your foot.
Shoe-top draw cord keeps your foot snug and secure.
3 mm patterned rubber sole for excellent traction and protection.
A 2 mm plastic shim in the sole gives added protection from sharp rocks.
Armor patches guard the upper from abrasion and add even more protection for your foot.
Whole sizes only.
1/2 sizes order one size larger.

Features

Gender Sizing: Men
Material Upper: 3 mm neoprene
Sole: 3 mm rubber
Marking Sole: No
Insole: 3 mm neoprene
Shim: 2 mm plastic shim
Closure System: Drawcord with barrel lock adjustment
Taped Seams: No
Features: Rubber support bands

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great rating
I have a bit older version of the NRS Men's wetshoe, but for the most part it is the exact same shoe. These wetshoes are very comfortable, work well when I come to a rocky shore and make for no hesitation when needing to jump out of kayak when hitting sandbars. Definitely a warmer weather wetshoe, but for my purposes this style wetshoe works well. I would recommend them.

Reviewed by:Erik Loisellefrom Madison, Wisconsin. on 9/21/2011