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The NRS Storm Boot - built to extreme specs for the most demanding users. Worn by boaters, military personnel, and canyoneers. These aggressive boots can take it, and dish it out.
  • 3-mm neoprene uppers for comfort and warmth.
  • The supportive lug sole is built out of the grippiest rubber, Hypergrip®, for unsurpassed traction.
  • Elastic supported tongue creates a wide opening for easy insertion and removal of your foot, even with dry suit booties and wetsocks.
  • The ergonomically molded foot bed is made from high-density foam that maximizes cushion and shock absorption.
  • The removable insole adds impact resistance, and arch support for supreme comfort with each step.
  • The toe box, heel and sides of the boot are reinforced with tough rubber for extra protection and stability.
  • These boots lace down securely with a lace-lock closure system for a custom fit and excellent ankle support.
  • Quick release, adjustable, hook and loop ankle strap ensures a secure fit.
  • A conveniently placed fin tab round out these outstanding water boots. And they float!
Whole sizes only.
Women order one size smaller.
1/2 sizes order one size larger.

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Material Upper: 3 mm neoprene
Sole: Lugged HyperGrip™
Insole: 4 mm high-density foam
Closure System: Laces and ankle strap
Taped Seams: No
Features:
  • Lace lock system
  • Fin tab on back of heel
  • Removable insoles
  • 3 lbs (for a size 9 pair)

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Commonly heard complaints from boaters are "My wetshoes dry slowly" and "My shoes really stink." The problems are related. Neoprene shoes don't "breathe" so moisture escapes slowly unless you work to eliminate it. And bacteria and other microorganisms in the water and from your feet can generate odors in those moist conditions. This video shows how to clean and dry watershoes to head off odor. And if stinky shoes happen, we show how to eliminate it.

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    Q:

    Are there any larger sizes available I'm a size 13-14 I like all the features these boots offer.
    Asked on 1/22/2014 by Daniel from Cincinnati, Ohio

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      Sorry, Daniel, this is a discontinued product, so this is all that's left.

      Answered on 1/22/2014 by Clyde from NRS
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    Q:

    Is this boot could fit in a creek boat? I'm size 9 and mainly creeking. Looking for a good boot for long portages.
    Asked on 11/27/2013 by vince the king des bobettes from Canada

    4 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      it seems pretty compact on the foot, doesn't add a lot of unnecessary size
      like wide or extra thick sole. Hope this helps,

      Answered on 11/28/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      It is definitely a good portage boot. I wore them for a week in the BWCA. Not sure how you would fit it a creek boat. I am 6-4 and don’t have one.

      Answered on 11/28/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

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      I'm not sure what a creek boat is. I use these boots for working in the water. Once I put them on, they are on all day and comfortable. But just like with any boots it will take a couple days to break them in well. I use the NRS wet sox in the boots for even more comfort.
      Sent from my iPhone

      Answered on 11/27/2013 by stu the pier guy from Powers Lake, WI
    • VERIFIED BUYER

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      Don't have a creek boat so I can't answer that. This I can say. The
      boots I received ran narrow for their size. It was great for me as I
      have narrow, hard to fit feet. They are very good on portages, slippery
      rocks and the buckled collar keeps mud muck and sand from getting down
      in the boot. I wish they would keep making them.

      Answered on 11/27/2013 by Anonymous
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    Q:

    Is this boot suitable for vegans? Does it contain leather, animal glues, utilise any animal products during manufacture, or use any animal product in any other way? Thanks.
    Asked on 10/10/2013 by pacificus from UK

    3 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

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      I don't have a clue, how it was made.  It seems to be a comfortable boot that works well when I stand and paddle my canoe.  It may be suitable  for vegans, but I wouldn't recommend eating it.
       
      Tom Taylor
      Pax et Bonum

      Answered on 10/10/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I'm not sure. Seems like nylon and rubber to me.
      Sent from my iPad

      Answered on 10/10/2013 by Anonymous
    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      As far as I know, no animal products are involved in the manufacture.

      Answered on 10/10/2013 by Clyde from NRS
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    Q:

    Should I plan to wear wet socks with this boot?
    Asked on 7/8/2013 by Mike from Helena, MT

    11 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Well Mike, I use these boots for flat water kayaking, they are great for wading into shallow water to board my kayak. As far as socks, I just wear regular cotton crew socks and my feet stay dry, I am sure if you wade into deeper water it would seep in around the top but these boots seem to drain very well. I of course remove them while in the boat for they can get somewhat warm. I feel they are a very good water shoe for getting in and out of a boat.

      Answered on 7/10/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

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      Yes. A good quality wool sock is what I wear with them when I'm not wearing a dry suit.
      Sent from my iPhone

      Answered on 7/9/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

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      I used smart wool socks. They seemed to have worked fine
      Sent from my iPhone

      Answered on 7/9/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

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      Mike!
      You certain could, but don't have to. In cold water and cold weather I
      wear wet suit socks, if warm weather I just wear heavy socks.

      Answered on 7/9/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

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      I have only worn these boots over a dry suit with feet built in. Sorry I can not help.

      Answered on 7/9/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

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      You need wet socks to wear with this boots!

      Answered on 7/9/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

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      I wore these boots on a recent canoe trip to Quetico. If you wade into the water your socks will stay wet. But the up side was great support and stability. Good grip, great fit and comfort. For me it was a good summer portage shoe.
      Sent from my iPad

      Answered on 7/8/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

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      Hi,
      I personally would wear the wet sox with the storm boots. I have tried 3 of the water boots and wear the wet sox with each of them. I'm usually in them all day long and it does keep your feet more comfortable and if the boots are a little loose it definitely helps make them a little tighter on your feet so you're not sloshing around in the boots.
      Sent from my iPhone

      Answered on 7/8/2013 by stu the pier guy from Powers Lake, WI
    • Staff Reviewer

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      Depends on conditions, Mike. It does have drainage ports that let water in as well as out. In cold water a wetsock can add to your comfort level.

      Answered on 7/8/2013 by Clyde from NRS
    • VERIFIED BUYER

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      I wouldn't feel the need unless it was SPECTACULARLY cold. I've worn the
      boot alone in very cold water and been fine. Then again, I don't normally
      suffer from cold feet.

      Answered on 7/8/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      sure, you can wear "wet socks", or better yet, get them 1 size larger and put in a thin pair of neoprene or gore-tex sox.
      Erich Wilbrecht
      Associate Broker
      Jackson Hole Sotheby's International Realty

      Answered on 7/8/2013 by Anonymous
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    Q:

    I was planning on using these as a wading boot over my lightweight stocking foot waders for fishing New Jersey's ocean beaches and back bays.
    Is the tongue gusseted? Fully? Partially?
    Are the water outlets screened to prevent sand intrusion?
    Asked on 5/26/2013 by rjf611 from NJ

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      The tongue pulls well out of the way for entry. The drain ports are covered in fine mesh, but certainly very fine sand could enter. Be sure to size up for the socks on your waders.

      Answered on 5/26/2013 by Clyde from NRS
  • NRS Storm Boot - Closeout

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    My sixteen year old son is going on a week-long canoe trip in the Adirondacks this summer with his scout troop. He is prone to blisters when hiking - especially with wet shoes. He has been told to expect a lot of portaging with sand/gravel/muck. Would this be a good choice for him? What type of socks should he get? Goretex, neoprene, wool, other?
    Asked on 5/11/2013 by Scout Mom

    7 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I use the Storm Boot for river trips & portaging in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area. The aggressive tread and full lace up system make it a good for river trips. It's made for people w/narrow feet. I personally don't wear socks w/them. If you were going to, I'd recommend neoprene. I hope he enjoys the trip! Dave - Life Scout

      Answered on 5/15/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

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      I consider the NRS Storm boot to be a near perfect choice for rigorous canoe/portage travel. I've spent approx. 300 days traveling various routes through the BWCAW, Quetico, and Woodland Caribou Provincial Parks wearing these boots.
      Blisters? I've known some people who seem to get blisters no matter what kind of footwear they try and I think it all comes down to fit. I happen to get a really good fit with these boots. They tend to run a bit narrow. The only sock I use are polypropilene liners that are rather slippery and make it easy to get the boot on and off. Hope this helps.
      Darrel Brauer

      Answered on 5/12/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      This shoe having a sort of built in neoprene sock is likely to cause
      sweating of the feet when worn over a long time. If he's going to be ion the
      water a lot it won't make much difference though. He must be able to take
      them off and let his feet dry as well as the interior of the shoe. I like to
      use a very thin nylon/lycra sock, one reason being that the shoe fit my foot
      very tight. If it's not so tight, a thicker polyester sock might be OK. I
      would not use a cotton sock as they can get pretty miserable when wet.
      Another reason for the nylon/Lycra sock is that it is fairly slick, making it
      easier to install and remove the boot. I think a neoprene sock, would
      really make the foot feel hot and sweaty from the "dual" neoprene layers, but I
      haven't tried that. Even though the boot has the neoprene built in sock, i
      do not advise using without socks because if there is no sock, it becomes
      very difficult to remove the boot after the feet become sweaty, it initially
      goes onto the naked foot nicely and feels pretty good, but then when you
      want to remove it ------ it feels like it's taking a layer of skin with it.
      There are "drain" holes in the bottom sides that let water in as well as
      out.
      I have found these boots very comfortable, protective, and supportive,
      and fine for wearing up to about eight hours at a time.
      Hope this helps.

      Answered on 5/12/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      This is an excellent boot for canoe and hiking trips. Its height and cinch straps make it excellent in wet conditions because it is difficult to overflow. I took it on a 30-day canoe trip in the Arctic Circle and used it on surfaces made of sand, gravel, mud, and slippery rocks. It was comfortable and had exceptional traction in all conditions. It did not need a great deal of breaking in, but I would recommend a couple days of use before the trip itself to avoid blistering.
      In shallow water, I wore it with NRS neoprene waterproof socks, but if you're going to get wet for sure, I would recommend wool because it will keep you warm even if your feet get wet.

      Answered on 5/11/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I would suggest Smart Wool Socks. They are good winter and summer.
      I would also suggest going to a NRS store and not ordering the shoes on line unless there is plenty of time to return them if they don't fit right.
      Your son should wear the shoes for a couple of weeks, before the trip, so they are broken in.

      Answered on 5/11/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Socks: Synthetics like thick polyster hiking socks.
      Shoes maybe, it is very foot specific. I never get blisters in them but
      your mileage may vary.

      Answered on 5/11/2013 by Anonymous
    • Staff Reviewer

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      Mom, this is a great boot for watersports. Take a look at the reviews; several talk about wearing them for canoeing and portaging. As to socks, remember that these boots have drainage ports, so water will enter. I'd suggest a pair of HydroSkin Socks, Item # 2342, if the water will be cold. Otherwise, several changes of wool socks would probably be a good idea.

      Answered on 5/11/2013 by Clyde from NRS
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    I'm a fitness instructor and am considering this boot for weightlifting and bootcamp classes. I'm concerned about the general support of the boot and the potential weight. I see that many folks use this boot for hiking, so I'm guessing it's not too heavy. Also, I'm wondering how breathable the shoe is, since I won't be using it in wet environments, I do want air circulation.
    Asked on 4/13/2013 by PopSquat from CT

    4 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      sorry for the delay, but I just now fished the email question out of all
      the spam, in case you are still looking, I'll give a quickie answer.
      The boot is supportive and very comfortable plus it just feels good. The
      interior is like a neoprene sock, so it doesn't breath very well, but there
      are vents which help a little. You would want to limit wear to no more
      than 8 hours at a time unless your feet don't mind being in the environment.
      When I wear mine, I usually go about 12 hours with no problem. Socks must
      be worn with it (it feels good without) as it is very difficult to remove
      if no socks are used, my favorite are thin nylon / Lycra socks.

      Answered on 5/14/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      No way, this boot is only good for water use. Get some solomon ankle top trail running shoes, good luck
      Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE smartphone

      Answered on 4/16/2013 by Anonymous
    • Staff Reviewer

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      The Storm Boot is lightweight and the lace-up closure allows it to snug to your foot for support. It is not breathable. The only ports for air entry are the drain holes above the sole.

      Answered on 4/14/2013 by Clyde from NRS
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Would not recommend for the stated application. It's great for water stuff,
      but the entire outside is rubber and neoprene.
      Simon

      Answered on 4/13/2013 by Anonymous
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    I'm a woman who usually wears size 8.5 in women's shoes. The specs say for half sizes go a size up and for women, select one size smaller which would lead me to believe I would need a size 8. Usually women's sizes run 2 sizes smaller than men's sizes though and in the reviews, people claimed the boots ran true to size or larger so I'm afraid a size 8 will be way too large. Should I order the 8 or the 7?
    Asked on 2/10/2013 by Jewel from Atlanta, GA

    4 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Too big is easy ajustable with sock thickness. Too small is no good.

      Answered on 2/11/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

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      It really depends on what u wear underneath the boot.
      First off, great boot.
      Second, I wear a 10 1/2, and ordered 11. Fits perfect with one sock and dry suit.
      If I put on two pairs of socks, feet hurt. Hence the reason I ordered a second pair in size 12.
      I think they are true to their size.

      Answered on 2/11/2013 by PA Water Rescue Instructor from Dallas, PA
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I normally wear a women's size 9.5 (sometimes a size 9). I bought the
      Storm boots in a size 8, and I found that they fit me well on the river.
      They were a little loose with nothing else on my feet, but I wore them with
      neoprene socks, and the fit was perfect for that (which is what I wanted).
      I would recommend sizing down.

      Answered on 2/11/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I would recommend that you try the size 8 if you are normally a size 8.5.
      Now if you find that your size fluctuates with some brands as low as 7.5-7
      then maybe go with the 7's. It also depends on what type of socks you plan
      on wearing with these boots. If you plan on wearing only a thin liner sock
      then maybe consider the 7's, but if you want to go with a liner and say a
      thick hiker sock for more comfort then maybe the 8's are the play. I am
      usually a size 9 in mens but for these boots I wear a size 8. Now I have
      small feet and I also wear only a very thin liner sock in these boots. NRS
      has a great exchange policy if you get the 8's and decide you want the 7's
      instead or vice versa. I had to do that because I initially ordered the
      9's but decided they were too big.
      Anyway I hope this helped. Let me know if you have any more questions.

      Answered on 2/12/2013 by The Desert Rat from Ely, MN
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    Q:

    Hello,
    My name is Jeff Barnett. I am interested in these storm boots you offer. I am an exteame stand up jet ski rider. I have had issues with my ankles from landing when juming big wakes. I know this is not the boots intended use but some other riders I know recommended this boot. The issue for me is the dorsi-flex(toe to shin) movement. When I go big and jump 10' plus in the air the landings are just killing me. Do you think these boots would help with limiting the dorsi-flex movement that is plaguing my landings? I would expect that they provide good support from rolling your ankle but as stated my issue is the forward motion. Thanks for your time and consideration.
    Asked on 12/22/2012 by Jeff from Rochester MN

    5 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Jeff,
      I use these boots for canyoning and caving, so I too don't use them for their intended purpose. They do supply the lateral ankle support that I was looking for but I have never noticed any toe to shin restriction of movement that you are seeking. Now if you were to wind a few wraps of duct tape or gorilla tape around the ankle of the boot then you may achieve the results you are looking for. At the price they are offering for the boots it may well be worth the opportunity to give them a try.
      Dave

      Answered on 12/22/2012 by DJ from Joliet, IL
    • VERIFIED BUYER

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      Jeff,
      I cannot speak specifically the the use you suggest. I use the boot for
      canoe tripping to help protect my foot and keep it warm when I need to wade
      in the water and when I portage.
      I can say that the boot does inhibit some dorsi-flex movement. It hinders
      kneeling in the boat when I need to get low for stability but does seem to
      provide good stability when walking on uneven portage trails.

      Answered on 12/23/2012 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

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      the forces you are putting on your feet and ankles are extreme, i,m not
      sure how much any lace-up water boot can offer. in my experience with the
      nrs storm boots, they offer ample support for portaging very heavy loads
      over rugged terrain. a friend has an old ankle injury who uses them
      exclusively because of its ankle support. I like them for their snug fit
      and superior traction.

      Answered on 12/23/2012 by blockhead from Florence AL
    • Staff Reviewer

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      Jeff, you're certainly doing something different than our typical customer. About all I can say to you is pick up a pair and judge for yourself. We have an excellent returns policy.

      Answered on 12/25/2012 by Clyde from NRS
    • VERIFIED BUYER

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      I have no experience with the forward flexing motion that Jeff is referring to at such extreme drops of 10+ feet, but I will say that this boot is the best ankle support that I've had in all the boots that I've tried. I use my Storm boots for Swiftwater rescue, so I need good ankle support and I've been very pleased. If this boot doesn't cut it for him, I recommend he use an ankle brace in addition to the boot since I haven't found better.
      Sent from my iPad

      Answered on 12/22/2012 by Anonymous
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    Q:

    Can these boots be used with a DUI Flex Extreme Drysuit? I normally ware an 11 boot, what size should I order for proper fit with 450 undergarment, and 250 socks from DUI?
    Asked on 12/22/2012 by Jeff from Detroit, MI

    3 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

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      I don't know about DUI products. As far as the boots go I would order a size larger then you normally do. The dry suit and insulated water socks make them a tight fit.

      Answered on 12/23/2012 by Luke from Norcal
    • Staff Reviewer

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      Looking at the DUI website I can't tell what kind of sock their suits have. The boots are true to size, however they are built on a narrow last. Depending on how thick the socks and insulating layers are, you'd want to go up at least one size, and perhaps two.

      Answered on 12/23/2012 by Clyde from NRS
    • VERIFIED BUYER

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      It's a good rugged boot need to order it in a larger size than what you normally wear for waterproof or neoprene socks.
      Sent from my iPhone

      Answered on 12/26/2012 by philfromktown from Kannapolis NC
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81%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Comfortable (14)
  • Good traction (13)
  • Easy on and off (12)
  • Durable (11)
  • Great fit (9)

Cons

  • Dries slowly (4)

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  • Kayak / canoe / rafting (12)
  • Boating / sailing (6)
  • Wading (6)
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    • Feels too small

       

      Feels true to size

       

      83% 

      (10 reviews)

      Feels too large

       
    • Width:
    • Feels too narrow

       

      Feels true to width

       

      93% 

      (13 reviews)

      Feels too wide

       
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Most Liked Positive Review

 

The Best Canoeing Boot There Is

The Storm Boot lived up to all my expectations and more.

I work at a canoeing outfitter in the Boundry Waters of Minnesota as a Canoe guide and so far this...Read complete review

The Storm Boot lived up to all my expectations and more.

I work at a canoeing outfitter in the Boundry Waters of Minnesota as a Canoe guide and so far this is the only boot that can live up to the tough wear and tear this area puts up. I wore these boots every single day all summer, each day consisting of several portages between lakes that are treterous and rocky and waist high muck in some places and yet once you wipe the mud off, they still look brand new. Also these boots are extreamly comfortable. All I wear is a thin liner sock with this boot and it provides the perfect amount of protection for me feet, never got a single blister even when breaking them in.

The only thing I dont like about this boot is that the laces have a tendancy to come untied but this problem is easily solved by clipping the fasteck clip around the laces or if you dont prefer that extra strap just cut it off and replace the laces with parachute cord.

Overall I would deffinatly recomend this boot, it is extreamly comfortable and extreamly durrable. If you need ankle support along with the ability to wear these boots to hell and back while having them be soaking wet all the way, then the Stormboot is for you.

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Nice boot; not good for kneeling.

The rubber reinforcement from the heel up to the back of the ankle is quite rigid. I kneel in the canoe with my toes pointing toward the stern. The boot was not flexible enough...Read complete review

The rubber reinforcement from the heel up to the back of the ankle is quite rigid. I kneel in the canoe with my toes pointing toward the stern. The boot was not flexible enough to accommodate this angle. Otherwise, they seemed great. Will continue using the workboot instead.

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5.0

Great boots!

By gchild

from Portola,C.A.

Pros

  • Comfortable
  • Durable
  • Easy On and Off
  • Good Traction
  • Great Fit
  • Lightweight

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Boating
    • Kayaking
    • Rafting

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    I use these boots for rafting and kayaking and they are awesome. They are lightweight and totally protect my feet when I am on land. Plus they are comfortable.

    • Sizing:
    • Feels true to size
    • Width:
    • Feels true to width
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No
     
    5.0

    Great boot. Worth every penny.

    By Ed

    from New City. New York

    About Me Intermediate

    Pros

    • Comfortable
    • Durable
    • Good Traction
    • Lightweight

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Kayaking
      • Wading

      Comments about NRS Storm Boot - Closeout:

      Great boots. Light weight. Great grip , very confortable. I purchased one size larger to wear neoprene booties with and dry suit.

      • Width:
      • Feels true to width
      • Was this a gift?:
      • No
       
      4.0

      A winner that shouldn't be a 'Closeout'

      By Stands In Boat

      from Dallas, Texas

      About Me Advanced

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Comfortable
      • Easy On and Off

      Cons

      • Needs Arch Support

      Best Uses

      • Boating

      Comments about NRS Storm Boot - Closeout:

      I've been looking for a boot with a good fit and durability. I got the good fit and only time will tell if it's durable. Used the 'Work Boot' which tended to fall apart after only a year's worth of use (paddle year round) and the '5-10' boot that the sole came apart after two years of use. I stand and paddle my canoe most of the time and the only thing the boot lacks is better arch support. I'm going to try some Dr Shoals inserts and see if they work. Finally a boot that's easy to take on and off and it's going to be discontinued.

      • Sizing:
      • Feels true to size
      • Width:
      • Feels true to width
      • Was this a gift?:
      • No
       
      5.0

      Great boots for jetskiing

      By Ville

      from Timmins, ON

      About Me Intermediate

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Comfortable
      • Durable
      • Easy On and Off
      • Good Traction
      • Great Fit
      • Lightweight

      Cons

      • Dries Slowly

      Best Uses

      • Jetskiing

      Comments about NRS Storm Boot - Closeout:

      These boots provide great contact to original hydro turn on my jet ski. I can't ask for better. I use this boots to ride my 2013 Yamaha superjet and I would recommend them to anyone else who is doing this kind of sport.

      • Sizing:
      • Feels true to size
      • Width:
      • Feels true to width
      • Was this a gift?:
      • No

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      third pair for a reason

      By paddling kev

      from Alberta, Canada

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      Pros

      • Comfortable
      • Good Traction
      • Great Fit
      • Lightweight

      Cons

      • Difficult On and Off

      Best Uses

      • Rafting
      • Wading

      Comments about NRS Storm Boot - Closeout:

      This is my third pair because I'm fairly rough on gear and eventually the glued seams separate. I keep buying them because they provide very good protection under the tough conditions of extreme portages and lining situations which if I slip or fall, could be devastating.

      • Sizing:
      • Feels true to size
      • Width:
      • Feels true to width
      • Was this a gift?:
      • No

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