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As a boot in water

Wading boots in their natural environment: the water. The constantly soaked boots will have to endure all kinds of hardships, and expecting them to last forever might be overly optimistic.

Photo/illustration: Birgitte Claussen ©2015

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From: Martin Joergensen · martin·at·  Link
Submitted March 2nd 2010


The elastic does not keep any water out. The boot fills with water!
It's the waders that keep out the water. The legs you see continue into the boot and are waterproof, so no wet toes...


From: jim alway · jausa·at·  Link
Submitted March 2nd 2010

how can that little elastic around the boot keep water out.

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