Korkers BoxCar Shoe with Felt and Kling-On Outsoles

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Korkers BoxCar Shoe with Felt and Kling-On Outsoles

  • Includes Plain Felt and Kling-On Sticky Rubber Soles
  • OmniTrax 3.0 Interchangeable Sole System, compatible with other Korkers 3.0 accessory outsoles
  • Hydrophobic Upper Materials: faster dry times to lessen the chance of spreading invasive species
  • Traditional shoe laces weave through rugged web loops for a tight fit, 2lbs 7oz per pair
  • Integrated, large drainage ports, internal midsole drainage channels and mesh uppers allow water to quickly exit the Boxcar
  • Integrated, large drainage ports, internal midsole drainage channels, and mesh uppers allow water to quickly exit the Boxcar

The Boxcar wading shoe will provide versatility in and out of the water, wherever you decide you want to go. This shoe is built with hydrophobic materials to allow for faster dry times and lessen the chance of spreading invasive species, while mesh uppers and a unique integrated drainage system keep water moving out of this shoe to keep it light. Traditional nylon laces coupled with rugged web loops are provide and excellent fit and the included Kling-On rubber sole will enable you to use this s

Price: $ 119.99
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3 Responses to “Korkers BoxCar Shoe with Felt and Kling-On Outsoles”
  1. Bt says:
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Boxcar wading shoes don’t run true to size., May 6, 2014
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    Bt

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    I fell in love with Korkers after purchasing the KGB boot for use with waders. I thought I would seek out an alternative for summer wet wading where I could use felt soles when needed and the boxcars seemed like a good choice. Pros: well made, pretty light, and versital. Cons: I was unable to find a size that fits properly. Tried the 13 and 12 sizes with and without wading socks and both were to big. According to Korkers customer service these are to be worn like street shoes with a pair of regular socks.

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  2. Ralph Johnson "Ralphie" says:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good wading shoe if you’re looking for an option with felt., June 20, 2015
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    I’ve been looking for quite some time for a replacement for my Bite fishing sandals with felt on the bottom. Those were by far the best sandals for wading I’ve ever owned but unfortunately Crocs bought them and they disappeared. Lacking any good sandals out there currently, I decided to try the Korkers boxcar shoes which overall I’ve been pleased with even tho they’re quite as good as I’d like. My real rating would be 3.5 stars but I rounded up.

    Pros:
    -versatile. Lots of different sole options to choose from
    -soles are easily replaced
    -drainage ports work really well at expelling water
    -felt soles are awesome. They’re very grippy on algae covered rocks in the stream.
    -Look nice. You could wear these around and people wouldn’t think they were wading shoes.
    -Seem to be durable although time will tell on this one.

    Cons:
    -A little on the pricey side. Replacements soles are a little expensive as well.
    -Uncomfortable…at least at first. When I first wore these my feet hurt bad after about 15 minutes. The soles are so stiff an inflexible it was straining my feet. They also have questionable arch support. After about 45 minutes of walking in them it got better tho. After 5 hours of fishing my feet weren’t hurting any more than after a normal day so hopefully that’s the case when I go out again.
    -They expel water quickly but it takes a while to dry out when your done. Not too big of a deal but it took 2 days to dry and I had to leave them out in the sun for that to happen.
    -I didn’t like the rubber soles that come with the shoe. Korkers talks in their marketing about how well they grip but I definitely didn’t find that to be the case on wet algae covered rocks. On dry rocks and trails they worked extremely well but I found them to be only slightly better than sneakers or sandals when in the water. I switched to the felt after about 45 minutes because I kept slipping.
    -A little heavier than I’d like but it’s probably the price you pay for interchangeable soles.
    -They don’t have half sizes. I’m normally a 10.5 but I wrote Korkers and they recommended I get an 11. I think they’re a little too big for me. 10 might have been a bit better.
    -They’re shoes but they do get small pebbles in them. You have to take the shoes off to get rid of them but I only had to do it at the end of the day so it wasn’t too bad.

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  3. Anonymous says:
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    5.0 out of 5 stars
    I liked these Korkers since they are shoes, December 25, 2014
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    Ralph Johnson “Ralphie” (San Francisco, CA USA) –

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    I liked these Korkers since they are shoes, not boots, and thus easier to put on for the transiting icy walkways.

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