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boot foot waders
Posted by homerdave on May 02 2006
the boot foots typically have no ankle support, so get stocking foots and take them and the socks you plan to wear with you when you get boots. at the very least try on a number of different sizes to see what will fit ...likely a boot over waders and socks will be 1 or 2 sizes larger then usual. make sure you can wiggle your toes, if you can't they are gonna be cold!!
the little toe-heaters available dont weigh much, and can be a real creature comfort. i always take enough for 2 pair a day, mostly so i can give them to clients...

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