The SeaHiker will give you maximum traction thanks to the GripX3 Technology and the Adaptive Wave Siping that disperses water underfoot. These boots have the grip that you need whether you are using hiking straps all day or doing deck work on a bigger race boat.
- Materials: 5mm double-lined neoprene, Hydro-Grip Rubber
- Fit/Closures: Zipper entry with velcro zipper lock, built-in neoprene flap to protect from zipper chafe
- Other: Top-Deck 360 grip, Adaptive Wave Siping disperses water underfoot. Smaller sizes to fit juniors: 4, 5, 6 and 7
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- poorly made Review by Niko
One sole came off after a dozen uses. The ankle straps are too tight (and I don't have cankles). The zipper seems fragile but has been good so far. The grip isn't as good as the shoes I have with the same sole.
I am currently working on getting the one sole replaced.
(Posted on 4/28/2016)
- Not durable Review by old goat
I used this boot for Laser masters sailing. The grip panels on the top of the foot tore before the end of the first season. The boot itself was comfortable and worked well for my purposes but the construction and materials were not high quality.
(Posted on 4/10/2016)
- Great shin protection; flexible; durable so far Review by Griffin
Great for anyone who struggles with shin abrasion in Dinghy sailing. FJ skippers, you feel my pain. Good flexible soles. Durability seems great in the month I've used them for.
(Posted on 10/13/2015)
- Failed after 1 collegiate season Review by ctg15417
Title says it all. First the zippers came off (on the same day) - I usually rinse after salt water practice, but apparently not often enough. Then the soles game unglued, which happened with my last pair of Sperrys. I decided to give sperry another chance, because these looked different. They werent, and are now unwearable.
(Posted on 9/23/2015)