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NRS Work Boot Wet Shoe

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Excellent scuba and search and rescue boots

By michael k.

 -  amherst, MA, US

I bought these NRS wet shoe work boots for walking on rocky shores to scuba dive search and rescue areas and scuba diving. Several of my team members use these boots and they like them a lot. I wear 10 1/2 inch wide boots so I bought size 11 which work fit fine so far. I used XS scuba lycra socks to make donning and doffing the NRS boots much easier. Also using McNett Mirazyme Neoprene odor eliminator after rinsing with clean water and then let drip dry initially for a few hours works well....

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great boot at a great price

By Keith M.

 -  Skaneateles, NY, US

I have looked high and low for a sturdy work boot to wear for diving. These are comfortable and I can walk on zebra mussels and rocks no problem. They're such a good price I bought 2 sizes, my regular size to wear in warm water and one size larger to wear with a liner in cold water.

Used by river professionals, rescue agencies and Navy SEALS, the NRS Work Boot Wet-Shoe is the hardest working river boot on the market today. Lace up synthetic leather and 5mm nylon-2 neoprene upper provides warmth, unmatched ankle support and a secure fit. Rubber reinforced wear areas, 7mm nylon-2 neoprene insole absorbs the shock of every step. Heavy-duty lug sole keeps you on your feet in varied terrain. It is a marking sole. The Work Boot Wet-Shoes has wear-areas reinforced with synthetic leather and rubber, along with a hook & loop ankle strap for added security.

The boots rear top heel loop helps in donning the boots and is great for hang drying. If worn with swim fins, the boot is equipped with a rubber lug strap keeper for positive retention of fins in rough water conditions. So, when you need a water shoe that works as hard as you do, On and off the water, the NRS Work Boot is your best choice. The boots weigh approximately 38.4 oz. (1,089 g), are available in multiple sizes and are in black in color.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited lifetime warranty.

http://www.nrs.com/guarantee.asp

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NRS Work Boot Wet Shoe Features

  • NRS Work Boot Wet Shoe:
  • Used by River Professionals, Rescue Agencies and Navy SEALS
  • Hardest-Working River Boot on Market Today
  • Upper:
    Lace-Up Design with Hook & Loop Ankle Strap for Added-Security
    Synthetic Leather and 5mm Nylon-2 Neoprene
    Warmth, Unmatched Ankle Support and Secure Fit
  • Rubber Reinforced Wear-Areas
  • 7mm Nylon-2 Neoprene Insole Absorbs Shock of Every-Step
  • Heavy-Duty Lug Sole: Keeps-You On-Your-Feet in Varied-Terrain
  • Wear-Areas Reinforced with Synthetic Leather and Rubber
  • Rear Top Heel Loop: Helps Donning-the-Boots and is Great-for-Hang-Drying
  • Rubber Lug Strap Keeper for Positive-Retention of Fins in Rough Water
  • Water Shoe that Works-as-Hard-as-You-Do, On-and-Off the Water
  • Boots Weigh Approximately 38.4 oz. (1,089 g)
  • Color: Black
  • Available in Multiple Sizes

NRS Work Boot Wet Shoe Customer Reviews

Reviewed by 3 customers

 

Excellent scuba and search and rescue boots

By michael k.

from amherst, MA, US

I bought these NRS wet shoe work boots for walking on rocky shores to scuba dive search and rescue areas and scuba diving. Several of my team members use these boots and they like them a lot. I wear 10 1/2 inch wide boots so I bought size 11 which work fit fine so far. I used XS scuba lycra socks to make donning and doffing the NRS boots much easier. Also using McNett Mirazyme Neoprene odor eliminator after rinsing with clean water and then let drip dry initially for a few hours works well. Then using a MAXX DRY forced air boot dryer machine set on cool air will dry the boot much faster in about 4-6 hours than the normal drip and air drying method taking a few days and smelling bad. With my normal XS scuba scuba boots I wore a size eleven and Large size fins. With the NRS boots I needed to purchase larger XL fins for rear open style fins as the NRS hiking type boot soles are thicker than my old boots.

 

great boot at a great price

By Keith M.

from Skaneateles, NY, US

I have looked high and low for a sturdy work boot to wear for diving. These are comfortable and I can walk on zebra mussels and rocks no problem. They're such a good price I bought 2 sizes, my regular size to wear in warm water and one size larger to wear with a liner in cold water.

 

NRS boot

By Jamie H.

from Ripley, WV, US

Good fit true to size on the foot. Tight fit for the boot in my fins

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
Johnny B  What our other rescuers have
Carol B  My son is going to Northern Tier Boy Scout canoe trip.
RICHARD M  Marking or non-marking?
Michael D  Non, also a very good work boot,
michael k  I would say they are a non marking sole. Also wear lycra booties to make them easier to doff and don.
Patrick B  Marking, but not like you'd imagine. I walk all over boats that I could never afford while wearing the NRS work boots. I own a company that installs residential docks, lifts, and canopies. I run a crew of five and we do over 200 docks in a season. Every dock has a boat, some have four or five. That means we clambor around on a lot of boats. We have never left a mark. However I wouldn't suggest wearing them to play basketball, that might pose a problem. Great boots!
Scott S  Never noticed a mark so non
ALLEN C  I used it on a work boat, so we really didn't notice considering it was getting dirty every day. But I would lean towards marking. Solid black rubber bottom sole.
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