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    Quote Originally Posted by dean.f View Post
    I discovered neoprene socks this season. Life changing.
    no kidding....
    Arte et marte (By Skill and by Fighting)...The RCEME motto

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    I have played with the idea of tool dip, there is a spray on too, but it is a rubber that encapsulates, should work well.

    https://plastidip.com/our-products/plasti-dip/

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    My new waders sprung 3 leaks in the sole just out of warranty. The Best Foot Forward, thr shoemaker in Brantford fixed them up for me using a two part rubber repair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boddah View Post
    Had a leak in my rubber hunting boots from the sole. Tried to silicone the tiny hole from inside and out only for it to fail again. So I sprayed the entire sole and inner with Leak Stop spray. So far so good.


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    I have used liquid electrical tape in the past. Works great!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dakota Creek View Post
    Waterproof socks!
    Been using SEAL SKINZ socks for a lot of years now for all my hunting. Found out about them from a guy in the militia - they started wearing them to keep their feet dry while at Meaford for 2 weeks every year while on maneuvers.
    You can stand in water in them up to the top of the sock and your feet stay perfectly dry!

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    Quote Originally Posted by genec View Post
    Been using SEAL SKINZ socks for a lot of years now for all my hunting. Found out about them from a guy in the militia - they started wearing them to keep their feet dry while at Meaford for 2 weeks every year while on maneuvers.
    You can stand in water in them up to the top of the sock and your feet stay perfectly dry!
    Hi Genec-if those socks make your feet sweat more or keep moisture inside the booths.........how do they perform in moisture management in your experience. Thank You gbk

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    I use Aquaseal for anything wader and boot related. Ripped a big hole in the side of my Muck boots this turkey season on a barbed wire fence. Repaired it with Aquaseal, no issues.
    Krete

    Bills n' Thrills.

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    Kamik boots for the win. Treat em rough and toss em out when you wear em out. Best $40 you'll spend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fratri View Post
    I just bought this product, half decent reviews.... Shoe goo

    http://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/sh...-0670004p.html
    I have used that stuff in the past on work boots, great stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by crayfish13 View Post
    I have used that stuff in the past on work boots, great stuff
    It is holding up well.
    "Everything is easy when you know how"
    "Meat is not grown in stores"

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