Korkers Studded All Terrain Rubber Lug Sole
Studded all terrain sole Non-marking tactile rubber compound featuring mud-releasing lugs and 26 ice-biting carbide studs that maximize your grip on all terrains.
- Non-marking tactile rubber compound featuring mud-releasing lugs and 26 ice-biting carbide studs that maximize your grip on all terrains.
- Fit: Match the sole size with your OmniTrax 3.0 boot for a perfect fit.
Sole sizing information:
Outdoor soles come in whole and half sizes for both Men and Women and must match the size of your Korkers winter boots to function properly (e.g. Men's Size 10 Boot = Men's Size 10 Sole). Half sizes, select the appropriately-marked sole (e.g. Men's 10.5 boot = Men's 10.5-11 sole). Boot sizing can be found on the inside tongue label or on the original Korkers boot box or sole box.
Korkers creates all terrain footwear featuring patented adaptable traction that allows outdoor enthusiasts to optimize their traction performance in varying conditions in and out of water.
The Korkers brand was born over 50 years ago on the rugged and treacherous riverbanks of the Rogue River near Grants Pass, Oregon. Made by hand, using scrap rubber, nylon cord, and carbide spikes, Korkers "River Cleats" were created in the basement of Korkers founder, Sherman Smith. Guide Wading Boot The functional yet versatile design of the cleat system quickly grew as a favorite among fisherman who often found themselves slipping and/or falling on slippery river rock, and eventually spread to provide traction safety to a number of industrial applications such as roofing and outdoor work on snow/ice.
Over the years Korkers hasn't abandoned its independent thinking. The Company continues to be bold and innovative, having the courage to take risks in order to meet the needs of those who identify with the intensity of mountain adventure where extreme conditions can be challenging and unforgiving. Their gear must perform double duty as conditions change rapidly and performance optimization puts every piece of gear to the test. Some people gear up, we prefer "gearing down". That's where Korkers thrives.