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  Get high tos
  Posted by: magooch on Apr-14-13 1:04 PM (EST)
 

-- Last Updated: Apr-14-13 1:09 PM EST --

You will be much happier with high top water shoes, because little rocks aren't as likely to get into them. Also, if you happen to step into some knee deep gumbo mud, there's little chance you will lose a shoe; with the low cut shoes you might.

I have an NRs high top and they've been great. I would also suggest that you get an inexpensive boot dryer and use it. Otherwise your shoes are going to get pretty ripe.

Watch for sales at NRS and REI, etc. You shouldn't have to pay over about $40.


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