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RoughRidgeRight_1920xsm Chota - Rough Ridge Rubber Soled Boot
$209.95
WW750 Be the first one to write a review
The Rough Ridge is designed for the harshest conditions The upper is a lightweight Rubber coated PU coupled with a hard rubber toe and heel rand make the rough ridge an incredibly durable boot that can take a beating. The synthetic inner lining and 3mm insole provides for a comfortable fit and does not soak up water helping to keep the boots light. Our EVA mid-sole provides all day comfort and durability for those long days on the water. This model Rough Ridge boot feature a high traction rubber soles that accepts all styles of our Chota cleats.



chota_acc_quicklace_replacement_kit_sm Chota QuickLace Replacement Kit
$7.95
QL100 Be the first one to write a review
Includes instructions and all of the parts needed to replace the QuickLace™ System on one pair of shoes, sandals or boots.


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chota_acc_long_rifle_carbide_cleat_sm Chota Long Rifle Carbide Cleats
$29.95
CC22LR Be the first one to write a review
Self-tapping threads are specially designed to hold fast in rubber. These heavy duty extremely hard carbide cleats bite deep through slippery silt and algae to the rock.
20/pack


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chota_acc_stl_cleat_kit_sm Chota "STL" Cleat Kit
$7.50
CL350 Be the first one to write a review
Designed for use on all Chota wading boots that accept cleats. These steel cleats are case-hardened and feature a specially designed head that is dished out to form semi-circular, deep-biting blades. Not for use on MK419 and BW500 RockLoc™ soles.
Package of 28.


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Hippies_Tundra_3_Pos_1920xsm Chota Tundra Hippies Adjustable Hip Waders
$159.99 Be the first one to write a review
The Tundra Hippies are built just like our existing Hippies with the addition of a new, tougher outer material. The new material is twice as tough as our regular Hippies with no noticeable weight increase. The Tundra Hippies are geared toward those more adventurous folks that tend to take the road less traveled to get where they are going. The idea to make a tougher Hippie came from Alaskan hunting guides who wanted a Hippie that could handle the demands of long treks through the varied environment of the Tundra.