A pair of neoprene boots keeps from getting cold when you are out in the sea. Neoprene boots go well with your wetsuit. There are several categories of Neoprene boots. The first kind is called the reef walkers which is calf-length and used to keep your feet from getting hurt from the rugged rocks and corals whenever you out surfing. The second kind is the winter boots that basically protect your feet from the cold. There is also the stockinged-foot wader. No boots are attached to it but instead you will find water-resistant socks. They dry easily which helps to lessen its exposure to mildew. Boot-like waders are your typical waders and the boots are attached to them. These costs lesser than your stockinged waders but hard to dry them out.
A pair of neoprene boots must fit your feet securely. The boots must not be too rigid lest they impede blood from flowing to your feet. A diagonal strap helps to keep the boots in place. Get a pair of neoprene boots with a length that is just right for you. A short pair of boots easily gets filled up with water especially if you plan to wear the boots together with your wetsuit. A longer pair of boots would be a lot better and a strap around your ankle would helps to tighten the boots but still comfy. There is also a pair of neoprene boots with that keeps your toes apart. This is an added feature to prevent you from slipping. It is important that your neoprene boots should be underneath your wetsuit.
The boots or the waders as they are sometimes called are used for the following. The waders keep you dry and your feet warm. The material which feels like rubber is entirely water-resistant and at the same serve as padding to keep you warm. There are various styles available for the neoprene boots.
Up to what depth of the water do you intend to use the neoprene boots? There are waders or boots that reach up to your hips. These are simple to put on and snug. Waist-deep boots are normally used in average unfathomable waters. It comes with a belt that you wrap about your waist. This pair is however uncomfortable and can be quite a problem to put on. There is a pair of neoprene boots that reach up to your chest. This is ideal when you go fishing because it brings you really close to the fish. Take note that this pair can be a bit difficult to remove.
Neoprene boots also come in different thickness. Normally a pair is three to five millimetres thick. The thinner pair can be used in waters where the weather is warm. It would be great if you purchase breathable ones. If the weather is cold or if your intention is to go ice fishing, go for a pair of boots that’s about five millimetres thick. Waders with thick, knee pads are also best to keep your knees safe from being hurt.
For longer lasting neoprene boots, good care of them. They may be made from the strongest, rubber-like materials care and attention should still be given to your footwear. Rinse them thoroughly with water after every use. Or soak them in your bathtub filled with cold and let it sit there for approximately 30 minutes. Wash the footwear with gentle soap and use a smooth brush to get rid of debris, stains or dirt. Dry your neoprene boots but not directly under the sunlight. Put them under a shaded or in a shaded area.