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Gray Ghost Wading Boots

January 6, 2010

-Continuing with more exciting new products from LLBean, tonight we take a look at the 100% fresh out of the oven Gray Ghost wading boots. While fly fishermen get more environmentally conscious, companies have answered the call of Trout Unlimited, producing new products that minimize the unwanted transfer of aquatic nuisances. Nowhere is this transformation more important than with wading boots.

Like many companies, LLBean has taken a step in the right direction and completely eliminated felt from all of their wading boots in 2010. As if eliminating felt wasn’t enough, they’ve designed a new boot from the ground up full of environmentally friendly features geared towards keeping your favorite fishing holes clean and healthy for years to come. With improved traction, fewer seams, and a streamlined design, the Gray Ghost wading boot is a light, technical wading boot at an affordable price.

Gray Ghost wading boots

Major thumbs up to the wonderful people at LLBean for helping the rest of us kick aquatic hitchhikers to the curb! For more information, and to order your very own pair of Gray Ghost wading boots, visit LLBean.com.

Tight Lines,

-Ben

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  1. January 7, 2010 6:09 am

    Firstly Ben I received your goody bag….your the man! and once I get this big order out the way I’ll be tying up some nice double muddlers for you.Thank you so mush mate. will run a feature soon regarding the booty!

    I understand that these companies are trying minimize the unwanted transfer of aquatic nuisances by replacing felt from underneath their boots with rubber but what about the boot itself.Surely they are going to carry just as many bacterial problems. Especially with the materials they have used on these new Grey Ghost boots. And how many people actually sterilize them after each fishing trip anyway? Don’t get me wrong,I understand the reasoning behind the move….I’m just not sure that just eradicating the felt will solve the problem. Ok it helps somewhat….or does it?

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