Xtra Tuff Boots retailer?

Discussion in 'General Open Forum' started by Pippen, Oct 19, 2017.

  1. Pippen

    Pippen Well-Known Member

    Hey Guys,

    Just thought I'd check here should anyone know of or be in a retailer who may carry these boots if you could let me know? https://www.xtratufboots.com/

    Looking for this particular one. https://www.xtratufboots.com/product/Xtratuf-Performance-Rubber-Ankle-Deck-Boot/xtratuf-mens I like the height of these ones.

    A Buddy had some that he got in Alberni and raved about them (stopped in on way through a month ago and they only had small sizes), my crappy blue ones with the white trim that are kind of a cheapo pair and time to be retired. I'd order online but just want to be sure of the fit.

    Their website doesn't show any Canadian retailers in the store finder and received an email from them saying they don't have a list in their database for Canada. :confused:

    Should anyone come across the brand at a store can you let me know; preferably in the lower mainland but I do travel to the Island for work?

  2. Damien

    Damien Active Member

    Might be easiest to just jump over the border. Looks like there is a place right across the line at the Aldergrove crossing. And a couple more down 176 crossing towards Bellingham. I've never heard of these, but they look pretty cool.
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  3. Fishtofino

    Fishtofino Well-Known Member

    They sell them at the Tofino Resort now
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  4. SteelyDan

    SteelyDan Well-Known Member

    I think hans solo got them from Chandler
  5. Pippen

    Pippen Well-Known Member

    Yup. Been texting with him.
  6. scott craven

    scott craven Well-Known Member

  7. kelly

    kelly Well-Known Member

    Picked some up at HC and fished them hard all summer. The ankle cut gets a bit wet at times but breath well. Best boot I’ve used.
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  8. fishin solo

    fishin solo Well-Known Member

    love mine lived in em 3 days a week this season
  9. SpringVelocity

    SpringVelocity Well-Known Member

    I am getting a pair. Mine are toast.
  10. tubber

    tubber Well-Known Member

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  11. Sculpin

    Sculpin Well-Known Member

    LFS is a great store. Kind like the HC combined with Pacific Net :). I've been wearing the same pair of Xtratuff 15" Legacy boots I bought from LFS for about 5 years now. They are called Xtratuff for a reason. Just about ready for a new pair. I have a pair of 15" insulated legacy's as well for winter crabbing and prawning. I used to wear the industrial type rubber boots but they were too stiff and wore on your ankles. I had a pair of the classic yellow, blue, and white sole yachting boots and blew them apart in less than a season. Xtra tuff's are comfortable and tough.
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  12. Fishtofino

    Fishtofino Well-Known Member

    I got a pair of Muck boots this and are super comfy
  13. sly_karma

    sly_karma Well-Known Member

    What's the sizing like on the Xtratuff 6" boot? I'd like to buy a pair but I'm unlikely to be anywhere near the coast for months and so unable to try on a pair at a bricks and mortar retailer. I normally wear a size 10 shoe, can owners of these boots comment if this line sizes large, small or normal?
  14. fishin solo

    fishin solo Well-Known Member

  15. Pippen

    Pippen Well-Known Member

    As they only come in full sizes and not half....I am guessing they must be pretty true to size. A full shoe size is notable to be off....I wear an 11 but certainly wouldn't expect to find I need a 12 in a North American company. Only comment I have heard is that they can be a bit tight to get into depending on ankle size.

    They do have a sizing chart as well if you go on to the boot you are interested in.
    Last edited: Oct 20, 2017
  16. fishin solo

    fishin solo Well-Known Member

    I’m size 11 in shoes and have same size in there boots. Fit great for me. I have the 6” boots
  17. sly_karma

    sly_karma Well-Known Member

    Thanks guys, food for thought. I have a very high instep, most of the pull-on rubber boots I've owned were tough to put on. I've often had to buy a size larger than needed just so I could get them on. I have elastic sided work boots and have no trouble with those, so I'm hoping for a similar result from a low-cut rubber boot. It would be a pleasant change to have a nice-fitting pair of boots on the boat.
  18. Pippen

    Pippen Well-Known Member

    The neoprene upper may help with that.
  19. fishin solo

    fishin solo Well-Known Member

    Yeah I wear slip on blundstones with the elastic on the side for work there about the same fit if that helps
  20. Stoisy

    Stoisy Member

    Anyone know where to get the 15" boots in Vancouver area?

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