Chota discontinued their Kick Boat Booties but there are still some in mixed sizes kicking around outfitters for various prices (got mine for $25!).
They are made to wear over waders for fly fishing and have the synthetic felt built into the soles which I find gives good traction on wet rocks. The uppers are a perforated neoprene with a mesh that keeps gravel and sand out but allows you to drain the inevitable water in the boots by scrunching your toes once you get settled. On cooler days I wear regular neoprene socks inside for warmth. On warm days they are much cooler than the Deep See dive booties I used to wear all the time. They dry a lot faster than regular neoprene too.
And they look so "commando"....
Paddler's Truck Rack
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