Gripping Stuff is never as easy before, The Gradient steps it up-revamped with fewer seams, and tougher components, ideal for running around the river bank on the Dargle or Jackons. a good solid Boot that is profiled enough to fit most of the Creekers on the Market. You know how it is, when paddling, we work in wet and slippery environments. When you are out on the Bank doing a Live Bait rescue or training for SWIFT Water rescue, you need that confidence underfoot that you are not going to slip and that your Ankle has the support it needs. your footing is one of the last things on your mind, yet being safe in that environment is where it all starts....and it starts with your footing, Get the Best, Get yourself into a Gradient. + Read more - Compress

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  • Description

    A boot which will eat up hike-ins‚ precarious scouts and tough portages. Confidence inspiring ankle support with protective scratch rubber reinforcement and a secure lace-up fit (good with or without drysuit socks)‚ the Gradient still maintains a low profile to fit comfortably in your kayak. Built upon our Vibram sole made from HydroGrip rubber. The ultimate in wet traction.

  • Specifications


    3 mm CR neoprene‚ Layered mesh‚ Scratched rubber
    Slip-on • Boot cut with reduced heel • Pull tabs
    Laces for secure fit
    430 g (8)
    Open tongue • Double stitched seams
    Multitendo sole pattern • Vibram Hydrogrip compound
    Other Features
    Stretch neoprene collar against grit ingress • Scratched rubber toe protection • PU mesh reinforcement • Low profile heel
    Cushioning midsole • Removable insole to adjust fit • EVA layer for comfort without insole
    Paddling specific shape to accommodate drysuit socks


  • Reviews

    1 reviews

    GerryKea • 04/10/2016
    "Not fit for purpose ,,,"

    I bought these in December 15 and started using them in January. They looked and felt good, nice light but solid boot. Shortly after I bought them it was mentioned to me that they deteriorate quickly and tend to fall apart.
    By September I could see that the boots were starting to fall apart, On average the boots been used less that once a week and most of that time was in a Kayak. The boots are not fit for purpose and given the price of the boots and that they are specifically designs and sold kayaking this is appalling. At the Liffey decent I saw a guy looking at the boots on the Great outdoor stand. I advised him not to by them and told him mine were falling apart after 9 months, another heard me saying this and said he had same problem after the same time.

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  • Expert Advice
    The Gradient is a very comfortable boot to wear, worn primarily over a Dry sock on a Drysuit or Dry pants, it can be worn on its own or with a pair of Neo socks if you are wearing Shorts.
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