Vision Emerger Wading Boot Dual Track The new Emerger has been created to be one of the lightest wading shoes on the earth. It has a new strong and lightweight sole. The collar and tongue have neoprene lining for added comfort. If you are not wading through the sharpest boulders of fastest rapids and appreciate the lightweight gear, you two are a definite match. Emerger is also available with our Dual Track design including tungsten studs.
As one of the UK's leading suppliers of Vision Wading Boots, North East Tackle Supplies are known for stocking the very best in game fishing equipment from a variety of industry-leading brands including Vision. Our range of Vision Wading Boots are used by amateurs and professionals!
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