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  Palm Gradient Boots or Shoes?

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PostSubject: Palm Gradient Boots or Shoes?   Thu 18 Aug 2016, 10:47 am

Hi All,
My Teva shoes are on the way out, they have served me well. Sad  I'm looking at the Palm Gradient Boots or Shoes. Anyone using them have any comments? Fit wise should you go a size up from your normal size? Usually wear drysuit or dry pants with socks. Whats the grip like? Any issue fitting in a river boat or sea kayak? How are they holding up to use???

Anyone got any other recommendations?


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PostSubject: Re: Palm Gradient Boots or Shoes?   Thu 18 Aug 2016, 11:51 am

They are quiet a big fit id say normal size grip is great the toe cover on mine is kind of gone but I think the new ones have changed that but well worth a bit of wear for the grip kind of big in the boat tho
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PostSubject: Re: Palm Gradient Boots or Shoes?   Thu 18 Aug 2016, 11:56 am

I got the Fiveten water Tennie boots and they are very comfortable and the grip is perfect, they are a bit expensive but i would recommend them! I will have them with me tonight if you want to have a look
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