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Boot Accessories

Wading Boot Accessories

Wading Boot Accessories

designed to complement any fishing wading boot, but especially for the range of Snowbee Wading Boots - Enjoy your fly fishing safer with better grip and comfort.

Snowbee Boot Rack - 19050
Snowbee Boot Rack the simple solution to the problem of storing and drying waders or wellies; correct storage will also extend the life of your expensive waders. The Snowbee Boot Rack can stores two pairs of waders, wellies or boots at a time. Made with a rugged Polypropylene construction and can screw in to garage or tackle room wall with the screws provided.
£ 12.27
Snowbee Boot Spray - 19071
Snowbee Boot Spray, this unique new product, exclusive to Snowbee, keeps Waders & Boots fresh & free of odours & mould.There is no getting away from it - after a hard days fishing waders & wellies are NOT the most pleasant smelling things on the planet!
Snowbee wader fresh & boot spray are products developed by Snowbee Bioscience to provide the solution to an age old problem - smelly feet!
These two hi-tech sprays are derived from Chitosan. A totally natural, biodegradable product, extracted from the shells of Shellfish. Chitosan has natural antimicrobial, antiseptic, deodorant and fungicidal properties.
£ 4.67
Snowbee Stud Socket - 19060-S
Snowbee Stud Socket, a made to measure stud socket tool for the Screw-In Snowbee Wader / Boot Studs.
£ 4.67
Snowbee Neoprene Gravel Guard - 13051
Snowbee Neoprene Gravel Guard 3mm double lined Neoprene. Heavy-duty zip, plus Velcro flap fastening (better and more secure than hooks, plus stops fly line getting caught!!).
The Snowbee gravel guard is worn over the top of wading boots (one size fits all), to prevent gravel, sand, pebbles and other debris from entering the stockingfoot wader and wading boot, a very popular product, saves wear and tear (leaks!), plus keeps you more comfortable.
£ 21.77
Snowbee Screw-In Wader Studs - 19060
Snowbee Screw in Wader Studs, super hard, zinc plated steel studs, give additional grip to felt, or cleated sole waders.
The wader studs are suitable for most types of waders or wading boots. For easy application the studs can be inserted either with a hexagonal head socket, or a cross head screwdriver.
For best results insert 6 studs around the edges of the heel area and if required a similar number around the toe area and the instep.
It is not recommended to insert the studs into the main weight bearing mid sole area; this may result in the studs puncturing the inner sole. Also always check the depths of the sole in relation to stud length (Screw part of stud approx. 10mm) before you begin. If there is any doubt as to the thickness of the sole, then it is an idea to start screwing the studs in, to open up the hole, then unscrew them and snip or file off the sharp point of the stud, then re-affix. - Golden rule - if in doubt, leave them out!
Snowbee Screw in Wader Studs, packs of 40
£ 6.57
Snowbee Boot Laces
Snowbee Boot Laces - Tough replacement laces for Snowbee's Wading Boots and being long laces, suitable for Hiking Boots too.

Snowbee Boot Laces available in two different colours. 68" Long.
£ 3.77
Snowbee Tungsten Screw-In Wader Studs - 19059
Snowbee Tungsten Screw-In Wader Studs a New, super-hard, screw-in Wader Studs, with a 4-point Tungsten Carbide tip for the ultimate grip on slippery rocks and pebbles. The grade 304 stainless steel screw has high corrosion resistance, while the Tungsten Carbide head is 30% harder than the highest grade of hardened steel. Easily screwed in to boots or waders, with the Stud Tool provided. Pack of 20.

For best results insert 6 studs around the edges of the heel area and if required a similar number around the toe area and the instep.
It is not recommended to insert the studs into the main weight bearing mid sole area; this may result in the studs puncturing the inner sole. Also always check the depths of the sole in relation to stud length (Screw part of stud approx. 10mm) before you begin. If there is any doubt as to the thickness of the sole, then it is an idea to start screwing the studs in, to open up the hole, then unscrew them and snip or file off the sharp point of the stud, then re-affix. - Golden rule - if in doubt, leave them out!
£ 22.77