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Video: Korkers Wading Boots - Alumatrax Sole

Nick Colasurdo from Korkers Footwear gives MidCurrent the highlights of the company's newest addition to their interchangeable wading sole system, the Alumatrax.

"Ninja Fishing" With Korkers' Devil's Canyon Boot

Matt Martin, direction of product creation at Korker Footwear explains why the new Devil's Canyon wading boots are for the "fast and athletic" anglers that walk far and fish all day.

2012 Fly Fishing Waders & Boots

SIMMS, PATAGONIA, KORKERS, and others have come out with a number of solid products for 2012 that will not only keep anglers' legs dry, but are designed to keep them standing upright in slippery rivers. We'll start from the bottom-up, meaning we'll focus on boots, because this is where the best innovation is happening for 2012. Patagonia has tapped into its...

Korkers Metalhead Wading Boot and Svelte 2 Soles

Metalhead Wading Boots As many anglers become more and more eco-conscious (an undoubtedly good thing), in an era when we know felt-soled wading boots can contribute to the spread of aquatic invasive species that ruin rivers (things like mudsnails, didymo etc.), a lot of fly fishers are choosing their boots carefully. The Korkers Metalhead wading boot won to...

New Gear: Korkers Metalhead Wading Boot

As many anglers become more and more eco-conscious (an undoubtedly good thing), in an era when we know felt-soled wading boots can contribute to the spread of aquatic invasive species that ruin rivers (things like mudsnails, didymo, and the like), a lot of fly fishers are choosing their boots carefully. The Korkers Metalhead wading boot won to...

Korkers Revamps Wading Boot Line, Unveils Alternative to Rubber and Felt Soles

Korkers has made some big improvements to their wading boots for 2011.  To start, they've upgraded their OmniTrax Interchangeable Sole System so that a special tool is no longer needed to to pop the various soles into place.  In fact, you don't even need to remove your boots to change the outsole.   If by chance you didn't completely snap on the outsole...