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Old 06-13-2013, 02:13 PM
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Default Re: Wading Boot Laces

I always have a pair of Simms laces laying around because that's what I find in the fly shops. I have some heavy duty nylon as well but they're way too long. When I go on a trip for more than one day, I always have an extra pair with me. The good thing about laces though is they're easy to fix in the field if they fail. It may not be perfect, and it may look ugly but you can always knot them up and keep fishing.

I've heard of guys using paracord for laces as well.
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