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FLOAT TUBE FISHING FORUM » Float Tubes, Pontoons and Related Equipment Discussions » Float Tube, Pontoon, and Equipment Related Discussions » Classic Accessories High-Thrust Step-in Fins Wader suggestions ?

Classic Accessories High-Thrust Step-in Fins Wader suggestions ?

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Cjleon90


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Classic Accessories High-Thrust Step-in Fins Wader suggestions? Anyone recommend some waders please ? Thanks.

.:LOLLY:.

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Depending on the average temperature of the waters you fish in. In long beach I use breathable waders with neoprene booties year round. If your waters are generally cold then you might want some neoprene waders. I use Hodgman breathable chest high waders.

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I agree with .:LOLLY:. he is right on but you only need the stocking foot waders as those fins wont fit the over boots. You might have already none that but just thought I would put it out there.


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Check what fits in the fin first.

Does a wader boot fit inside, a tennis shoe, only your stocking foot?
Breathable waders are more versatile especially on hot days or when the water temps are above  70 degrees. If the water is 55 and lower neoprene is fine.

I will say the full length front zipper is a very desirable option. Sometimes I kick father from shore than I expect to, and suddenly bathroom breaks become important.

I hope this helps.


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those Fins as Jeffcpr stated are made for stocking feet only a boot will not fit , if your foot is small enough like under a size 8 then you maybe able to get away with a dive bootie only .. i still have a pair of these fins in the garage

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Thanks guys. I've tried to put them on with just my stocking foot waders. They are so uncomfortable!! Haha. I feel like they will slip off.

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I like putting on O'Neal water shoes over the stocking feet. They're sleek enough to where you can still find fins that fit over them. I have never felt like my fins were going to fall off. I started off with Hotspot fins and I now have force fins. Zero issues while wearing the water shoes. Some people like wearing the shoes that come up about calf high with a zipper on the side. I feel like those have to much rubber on the sides of the feet and take up prime real estate when trying to fit the fin over the shoe

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