Simms Rivershed Wading Boot Review
The Simms Rivershed Wading Boot still remains Simms top selling wading boot. Simms made the Rivershed with high tech synthetic materials that make this rugged boot to be both lightweight and comfortable. The all synthetic materials allow less water aborbstion, quicker drying time, and less overall weight which can be critical if you do a lot of walking.
With the onslaught of invasive species and the concerns that come along with it, Simms has created these Rivershed Boots to fit it's cleans stream philosophy. “CleanStream” Vibram Soles help prevent the spread of invasive species, such as New Zealand Mud Snails and Didymo Algae, which have the potential to cause severe environmental damage to our watershed systems. These Simms Boots have minimal places for these species to hitchhike and are designed to clean-up quickly. Construction techniques for wading shoes have improved with molded high density EVA foam midsoles joining the lower and upper parts together with seamless durability, replacing the more failure prone stitched welts of the past. The fit has also changed, with Simms adapting an asymmetrical front toe box design for increased comfort. A fully lined Neoprene closed cell foam interior cushions your foot in comfort while absorbing minimal water.
There is nothing like being dry and confortable while fishing so it is important to use a pair of Simms Socks and not wear cotton socks to get the most out of your Rivershed Wading Boots.