Level Six River Boot 2.0

Size: 6
Sale price$60.00
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The Level Six River Boot 2.0 is a solid one-bootie quiver to serve the needs of most boaters. This ultimate water sock features a grippy vulcanized-rubber sole with articulation points - so it moves like part of your foot.

Feet stay warm and ankles breathe in these lowcut neoprene socks, while rubber soles and an integrated and adjustable velcro elastic strap keeps the boot in place when your adventure sends you swimming.

Please note: Sizing is in men's, we suggest women size down one size.

  • Vulcanized rubber sole
  • Vulcanized rubber toe cap
  • 2.5mm neoprene
  • Velcro strap
  • Bungee collared top
Pro Tip

For those of you who aren't able to fit your feet in your kayak with streetshoe-thickness soles, you might look into these instead. They offer the performance you need during scouts and portages and don't have the bulk of most other river booties out there!

We want to ensure that you are getting the best gear, with the best service, at the best price!

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