The Adidas Terrex Hydro Lace Boots are one of the best options if you’re looking for a firm, solid and supportive option for watersports. Whether you re whitewater kayaking, open canoeing or gorge walking. These will do the job. The Terrex Hydro Lace Boot has a stealth rubber sole unit which also incorporates a traxion design outer sole. When both of these are combined, they offer great levels of grip. The upper section of these kayaking boots has a synthetic outer layer which features a neoprene lining for warmth. The Hydro Lace boots are easy to get on and off due to the large opening. This is then secured and the foot then held in a secure position by the diagonal lacing system. Further grip and support to the foot is gained by the Velcro adjustable ankle strap.
The Bestard Canyon Guide is a highly versatile pair of water shoes that are great for a number of different sports. If you’re looking for the best levels of comfort, support and grip, this is the boot to look at. Whether you are Open Canoeing, Gorge Walking, Whitewater Kayaking, Coasteering or Caving, this will do the job. The Bestard Canyon Guide is designed and manufactured to offer the best performance where you expect to get wet! These great canoeing boots are based around a Vibram sole unit which is non marking; it also offers fantastic levels of grip and traction on most surfaces. Whilst this is a chunky boot, the weight of it is low. The upper of the boot has a Cordura construction with a mesh lining. It also features a large lace up opening so it’s easy to get on and off. One of the main features of this boot, is the built in debris gaiter. This helps to prevent small stones and pebbles getting into the boot!
The Palm Gradients Boots are a great option when looking for a new pair of watersports boots. Whether your whitewater Kayaking, Sea Kayaking or open canoeing, the Gradient boot is well worth a look. These Palm kayaking boots have enough height in the ankle to give you support on rough ground. The front of this kayaking boot has a large opening which also has a lace up design. This makes it easy to get on and off. There is also a rear pull tab to aid getting the boot on. The sole unit is designed in conjunction with Vibram, it as a cushioned midsole for comfort and support. The cushioned midsole also incorporates enough flex so it will fit in the majority of kayaks with ease. With regards to the compound of the Gradient Boots, this is a HydroGrip compound which offers good grip on the majority of surfaces.