Anybody ever use this Frog Togg neoprene boot?

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Anybody ever use this Frog Togg neoprene boot?

Post by Carpkiller »

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00G6 ... th=1&psc=1

It's the frog toggs aransis II neoprene boot. It has a lugged sole, and zipper up the front. 55 bucks.

That's about what I paid for my Aqualung boots at the dive shop...

I'm thinking the heavier sole will be better for shlepping around the shore...and will fit more snugly into my fins...and the front zipper will make it easier to get my flintstone feet out of the booties at the end of the day.

If you've used these and there's a downside, please holler.
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Re: Anybody ever use this Frog Togg neoprene boot?

Post by Midnightpass »

Never used them.. But are your fins loose enough to accommodate those lugged soles? .. I do mostly sandy beaches and don't need anything more than barefoot or flip-flops, but I could see the extra protection and support being good for rocky, rougher terrain... I don't know how the extra weight over your existing booties would affect you..
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Re: Anybody ever use this Frog Togg neoprene boot?

Post by professionull »

I've had these for about 3 years and they have held up very well and are really comfortable. I hike in them a lot when up in the Sierras and or down the shoreline with the tube on my shoulders;

https://www.amazon.com/Duck-Fish-Sticky ... th=1&psc=1
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