Orvis Pro Boa Wading Boots
Orvis Pro Boa Wading Boots

Orvis Pro Boa Wading Boots

Regular price $279.00
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The most technologically advanced wading boots now with BOA lacing system!

The Orvis Pro BOA Wading Boots feature the most advanced materials and construction techniques combined with comfort and lightweight design. These boots are ideal for athletic anglers who demand the ultimate in durability, comfort, and performance. Tested by hardcore guides, they offer benefits that will be appreciated by any hard-driving fly fisher. The Pro BOA lacing system provides extra tension and more comfort!


Features of the Pro BOA Wading Boots:

• BOA lacing system provides even tension and more comfort throughout the boot
• Michelin Outdoor Extreme outsole
• 25% better abrasion resistance and 43% improvement
• OrthoLite® 3D molded X25 insole
• Industry-first PU-casting construction eliminates seams in high-wear areas
• In shadow
• Men’s whole sizes 7-14
• Imported

HOW THEY MAKE WADING SAFER

Through a cooperative product development venture between Orvis Research and Development and Michelin® rubber Engineers and Designers, Orvis developed an innovative sole that combines the best in advanced tire technology with the needs of active fly fishers. The rubber used in the sole of the boots utilizes a unique formula of Michelin’s Outdoor Extreme rubber compound, providing best-in-class rubber traction. It is lighter in weight than rubber soles used in conventional wading shoes, softer for better traction on slippery rocks, and offers 25% better abrasion resistance than the rubber compound used in ordinary wading shoes.

Secure wading depends on a combination of the rubber compound used and the tread pattern incorporated in the sole. The compound used in the exclusive Michelin sole was tested using an industry standard for slip resistance, which measures the coefficient of friction against a wet surface. The Michel

The sole design gives me the best traction I’ve had with rubber. Maybe it’s the rubber, maybe it’s the tread, maybe it’s both. – PJ Daley, guide




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