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Thread: Rubber soled boots for smokies ?

  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by xvigauge View Post
    I have used them all and the best thing I have found for wading is a wading staff.
    Joe

    Quote Originally Posted by elkhaircaddis View Post
    Old tennis shoes is the way to go
    I second both of these. I use lightweight hiking shoes (Merrill or comparable shoe)and a trekking pole these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 77punk View Post
    I second both of these. I use lightweight hiking shoes (Merrill or comparable shoe)and a trekking pole these days.
    Yep. Same.
    -:- Todd Baker
    -:- Former Coloradoan with Appalachian roots and saltwater aspirations.
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    Interesting. Me and my dad were once guided by a well known GSMNP guide, and he all but refused to guide because my dad had rubber soles. He changed into a pair of the guide's felt bottom boots.

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