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What are the most comfortable shoes you wear while bass fishing?

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HUK Attack Lace Up ~ 

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A-Jay

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Crocs

 

come at me bro 

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1 hour ago, Bluebasser86 said:

Crocs

 

come at me bro 

During the warmer months, same here.

Early and late season, Dr. Scholls Work Boots.

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You should be able to swim in any shoes you wear. Boat shoes should be able to kick off easily.

Tom

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Bank fishing always regular crocs or crocs Swiftwater, boat and kayak get speedo hybrid water shoes. Becuz you don’t know when you are gonna be in water.

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I wear crocs 95% of the time. What I like about them is that I can go into the water and not worry about drying them or them smelling the next day.

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Warm weather - reef flip flops and barefoot 

Cold weather - tennis shoes or muck boots

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tony lama lindale shoes-

best slip on shoes hands down for the boat.

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3 hours ago, Bluebasser86 said:

Crocs

 

come at me bro 

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Nike lunar glides. I run in these and they are the most comfortable shoes ive ever worn. I just use the worn out runners to fish in. 

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4 minutes ago, Kyhokie said:

Nike lunar glides. I run in these and they are the most comfortable shoes ive ever worn. I just use the worn out runners to fish in. 

Put on your normal fishing cloths and shoes and try swimming in pool with everything on, laced shoes are like bricks on your feet and it's not the weight it's the shape.

Tom

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Soft Science

 

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Crocs flip flops in the heat, Crocs Santa Cruz when warmer.

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1 hour ago, tander said:

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I’ve wondered about these after seeing them at a tackle show.

 

I’ve been wanting some PFG slip ins but can’t bring myself to pay full for them and can’t find them on clearance at the right time.

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2 hours ago, A-Jay said:

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A-Jay

I take a lot of heat for my Crocs flip flops and regular Crocs, but Plantar Faciitis is no joke and I don't want to have to wear my expensive insoles fishing all day and risk getting them wet to keep my feet from killing me. 

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2 minutes ago, Bluebasser86 said:

I take a lot of heat for my Crocs flip flops and regular Crocs, but Plantar Faciitis is no joke and I don't want to have to wear my expensive insoles fishing all day and risk getting them wet to keep my feet from killing me. 

You'll get no heat about them from me.

I wear Crocs around the house 24/7/365 - Love'em.

Just can't do them on the water. 

Pre-Dawn & over night air temps can be in the low 40's - even in July.

My tootsies can't handle that.

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A-Jay

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Anyone else notice crocs have changed?

I have a well worn pair probably almost 10 years old. Went to get some new ones and they are no where near as soft or as much cushioning. Like they changed the formula,

 

Or is it just me?

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1 minute ago, riverbasser said:

Anyone else notice crocs have changed?

I have a well worn pair probably almost 10 years old. Went to get some new ones and they are no where near as soft or as much cushioning. Like they changed the formula,

 

Or is it just me?

Can't say as my 2 pair are multi-year veterans as well.

Don't see me needing new ones anytime soon either but I'll be sure to check them out first when I do.

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I have a few that I rotate around.

 

When it is cold, rainy/snowy and nasty..... Muck Muckmaster or a pair of Asolo Hiking Boots if not in a boat

 

Spring and Fall...... A trail running shoe.  My favorite is the La Sportiva brand. Some come with soles that are sticky in wet conditions.

 

Warm weather....... Croc Sandals or a pair of cork bed Tevas (supper comfy and they are supposed to be made for fishing)

 

6 minutes ago, riverbasser said:

Anyone else notice crocs have changed?

I have a well worn pair probably almost 10 years old. Went to get some new ones and they are no where near as soft or as much cushioning. Like they changed the formula,

 

Or is it just me?

 For me, they always get softer with age.  I'm on my 3rd pair.

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I just bought some shoes at walmart that are cross between slip on boat shoes and shower shoes.  They weight absolutely nothing, nice rubber sole and the material  I think will dry quickly

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8 hours ago, Brett Stair said:

I’ve wondered about these after seeing them at a tackle show.

 

I’ve been wanting some PFG slip ins but can’t bring myself to pay full for them and can’t find them on clearance at the right time.

I believe these are around $80. I got them for $30 on ebay brand new. Took 3 weeks to get here but to save $50, I don't mind the wait.

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My most comfortable are cowboy boots, but I don't wear em all season. In the hot summer some tennis shoes work for me

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Reef flip flops when warm

Irish Setter boots in the winter

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