Fishing is hard enough, so let us take the worry out of the footwear you're wearing when trying to land that Mariln, Mahi or Ono on the boat. The outsole on the Hokulea is non-slip and non marking and the tubular nylon strap rolls over your instep so there is no hard edge to dig in. These slippers are so perfect for fishing they may even help your luck... maybe ; )
Features & Benefits
- TUBULAR NYLON STRAP HAS NO HARD EDGE AND ROLLS AGAINST THE SKIN FOR EXTRA COMFORT
- TEXTURED RUBALON INSOLE WICKS MOISTURE AWAY FROM THE FOOT PROVIDING ADDED GRIP
- SCOTT'S SIGNATURE DECK SOLE FEATURES ARCH SUPPORT AND HEEL CUP IN NON-MARKING WHITE RUBBER
Scott's are the best. I have tried ALL of them, and none compare. I fish offshore Texas.
Our Hokulea style is about as good as it gets for fishing or any other boating activity. You may want to check out one of the Kaikane options with with white outsoles too! The neoprene lining on the strap is legit.
Have worm them for 20 years especially on my boat with the non scuff soles. My wife and I get replacements when they start to fade or get a little hard. They have never broken.
The webbing changed from the last time I purchased this model... not the end of the world but different.
We did make a change to a strap that should be a bit more supple on the foot. You may want to try one of the Kaikane options in the future. The neoprene lining is sure to please.