- March 10 2011
I recently had the opportunity to try out the ATB wetshoes. I had quite high expectations of a NRS product and I was not disapointed. I found the fit at size 11 was spot on. The hook and loop instep strap is a very nice feature as it allows for a very secure feeling if there's any mud or muck on the river bank. The tread on the sole provides good traction with out being to heavy.
- June 1 2010
Great Shoe, Worked Exactly as Planned
I bought these for wading in gravel and mud creeks in SE Kansas. On a four day trip, never had anything get in the shoe, and never felt one rock through the sole. A little heavy out of the water, but other than that, an absolutely great product. Highly recommend.
- September 17 2008
A great purchase for my Trip to BWCA.
I bought these boots for my trip to BWCA where I knew that I would be getting wet, hiking (portaging), and canoeing. They worked great! They kept my feet warm in the cold water and were very comfortable. However, I was told to buy the boots in half size larger for space. That extra space caused my feet to move to much. I didn't wear socks with the boots ( your not supposed to) so I would recommend getting your normal size if you are going to be out of the water with them. Over all this was just what I wanted for the trip and I plan to use them again the next time I go!
- August 25 2008
Excellent for Texas flats wading
This is the best wading shoe I have found for wading Texas flats. The stout sole and adjustable arch support handle the soft muck and plentiful razor sharp oyster shells with ease and stability. My family owns four pair of these.
- August 4 2011
I was skeptical on how comfortable this boot would be. I wanted something that I could wear in the water and on land. I wear a size 10.5 shoe size and purchased the 11. I am glade I went with the larger size. The boot holds firm and tight no matter where I go. It has a really soft sole that provides comfort even on long jouneys. I would not recommed on hot days unless your feet are going to be in the water because they will get really hot. I wear them when white water rafting with minimal hicking and they work great!