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Old 08-12-2015, 10:53 PM   #1
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After a day of fishing wearing deck shoes mine get pretty stinky. Rinsing off gear, boat, then cleaning fish the shoes need to be washed. I throw mine in the wash with my fishing clothes but they still manage a little funk. Next stop out of the washing machine is the bait freezer where they spend the night. Next day let them thaw out and dry, presto, no more stink. It really works.
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so does the car wash. if you drive through the car wash to wash the boat, kick off the shoes and give em a douche.
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Try Crocs out. The don't slip on the deck, have plenty of cushion and support, and dry out and breathe easily. No stink and easy to clean.


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I have some crocs but I don't like wearing them.
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Thanks, I'll try the freezer

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Try Crocs out. The don't slip on the deck, have plenty of cushion and support, and dry out and breathe easily. No stink and easy to clean.


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only if they have good tread on the bottom once it wears off you might as well be walking on a slip-n-slide! ask me how I know
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I saw a famous Captain take a razor and score his Crocs about a half deep by a half inch and half inch squares. MUCH better traction.

I'm not a crocs fan though. Too "loose" and too warm for me.

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I saw a famous Captain take a razor and score his Crocs about a half a inch in half inch squares. MUCH better traction.

I'm not a crocs fan though.

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saw that episode too.... worked for a few months then I had to trash them! but for 30$ I do like crocs. just wish they lasted long
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saw that episode too.... worked for a few months then I had to trash them! but for 30$ I do like crocs. just wish they lasted long

I've had my current pair for a year and a half and they are still great. I only wear them for fishing though.


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After a day of fishing wearing deck shoes mine get pretty stinky. Rinsing off gear, boat, then cleaning fish the shoes need to be washed. I throw mine in the wash with my fishing clothes but they still manage a little funk. Next stop out of the washing machine is the bait freezer where they spend the night. Next day let them thaw out and dry, presto, no more stink. It really works.
In the freezer? That is an out of the box solution. How did you discover that putting shoes in the freezer would defunk them? I wonder if this trick will work on cat spray. They love to sneak into my garage when the door is up and mark stuff, especially shoes.
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