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Chota "Mukluk Light" Boots

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CHOTA MUKLUK LIGHT

Make & Model

Brand:
Chota
Model:
Mukluk Light
MSRP ($):
99.95

"Mukluk Light" by Chota is the perfect shoe for kayak fishermen. The 3mm closed-cell neoprene boot keeps anglers warm and dry up to the knee. The triple-glued and blindstitched seams are watertight and comfortable. The skin-out neoprene gasket coupled with a nylon cinch strap keeps the top comfortably in place just below the knee and retards flooding.

The 3mm vulcanized rubber sole with protective midsole provides traction, while the vulcanized rubber toe cap and heel counter provide additional protection. Sized extra roomy for use with thick socks, yet the flexible, low-profile design is perfect for confined kayak cockpits.

Features:

  • Waterproof 3mm Closed-Cell Neoprene Upper
  • Nylon Cinch Strap
  • 7mm Vulcanized Rubber Sole

Specs:

  • Colors: Black
  • Sizes: Mens 5-13
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A Great Set of Boots

I've had these boots for a few weeks and love them. On the few cold days we've had so far here in Charleston, they've held up great - even against oyster beds. There aren't any seams or gaskets on the inside to rub my feet raw. There are very few nooks and crannies on the outside which makes for easy clean-up. The adjustable strap keeps them from constantly slipping down. They could have went with a little less material around the ankle area. But I must say, as much as I love summer, I might shed a little tear when the cold weather subsides and I have to part ways with my Mukluks for awhile. I'll be keeping an eye out for more footwear from these guys.

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Salwater Flats
  • Saltwater Bays
Used:
7-15 times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Watertight, warm, comfortable
Cons:
Slightly bulky from the ankle up
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