Description: Korkers Snowjack Boot
Korkers aren't just for fly fishermen anymore. For the last 50 years, the Oregon-based company has made boots that allow the wearer to walk to the stream, and then change to a more gripping sole for wading in watery muck. But now the versatility of change-out soles is available to the masses in the Korkers SnowJack Boot. The Korkers SnowJack Boot features a conventional lug sole as well as a carbide tip sole for icy surfaces. US Outdoor is proud to be one of the handful of retailers offering this exclusive boot with its unique dual sole capability. Korkers SnowJack Boot also offers classic warmth in a Thinsulate lining, waterpoof leather and a stretchable bootie that keeps feet perfectly dry. The molded toe and heel cap afford extra protection at key points without sacrificing flexibility in moving along trails. While it may have been designed with fly fishing in mind, the SnowJack Boot is sure to please anyone who ventures outdoors in changing conditions any time of year.
Features of the Korkers Snowjack Boot
Korkers Snowjack Boot Colors Available:
TOP FIVE PROS
- Warm (2)
- Lightweight (2)
- Good Traction (2)
- Good Design (2)
- Comfortable (2)
TOP FIVE BEST USES
- Snow Camping (2)
- Icy Conditions (2)
- Hiking (2)
- Cold Weather (2)
- Snowshoeing (1)
REVIEWED BY: STEVEM 2013-01-25
"If your looking for something versatile and that has great traction and is waterproof then the Snowjack boot is for you! I feel like they are true to size, I am a size 10 and I bought a size 10 in black. I needed something warm and waterproof for the snow and cold weather conditions. They are breathable as well. "
Nice Winter boot!
REVIEWED BY: JEBIDIAH 2012-11-03
"I original bought my Korker Snowjack boots to wear while I went hiking and fishing in the winter time. However, after a few trial wears I got hooked on them and I started wearing around as my rain shoe when I go out and walk the dog or walk to the store. They are warm, a nice comfortable walker, and keep your feet dry. Looking forward to wearing this weekend up in the mountains. "