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First Wader Recommendations? #5416645 11/13/14 12:56 AM
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Hey everyone, hope your all doing well! Let me start with an apology. I know this should probably be put into the "Hunting Gear" section as opposed to the MBH section but I just couldn't help myself. I figured that I would get the best help from the guys who are using their waders day in and day out. (Plus, 10x more people on this topic)

So I just got the green light from the ol' lady to get a good pair of waders. Theres alot to choose from! Should I get breathable or neoprene? I'd prefer the best cheaper pair (if such a thing exists), but want to stay under $200. What do you all think? Thanks in advance!

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Cabelas brand

I have two sets in 9 years


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Re: First Wader Recommendations? [Re: Wisemd123] #5416658 11/13/14 01:01 AM
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Yes sir, I've heard and read many good things about the cabelas brand. Would you say that all of their products are of good quality? And can you please explain the major differences between neoprene and breathable? Thanks!

Re: First Wader Recommendations? [Re: Wisemd123] #5416692 11/13/14 01:18 AM
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I have had very good luck with Academy. Check them out online. They have some with heavy duty cordura on the lower legs to knee area that really help with preventing punctures.

Re: First Wader Recommendations? [Re: brennansgrandpa] #5416702 11/13/14 01:22 AM
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Originally Posted By: brennansgrandpa
I have had very good luck with Academy. Check them out online. They have some with heavy duty cordura on the lower legs to knee area that really help with preventing punctures.


Yes Ive been looking at the gamewinner supertuff, they are $150 and have the lower guards on them

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Re: First Wader Recommendations? [Re: Wisemd123] #5416725 11/13/14 01:31 AM
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You want 3mm neoprene

Breathable are for warmer months, some guys will get em and later up good during cold but I'm a wuss and layer up everyday lol

Knee high wader socks
Underaurmor 3.0 leggings
Cabelas polar tech pants
Underaurmor bibs

Underaurmor 3.0 mock turtleneck
Fleece jacket
Light UA jacket
Big UA wader jacket

Thermacell electronic foot Warmer's

Fleece neck gator
Camo buff face mask to keep ducks from flaring off ur face shinning
Camo toboggan


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Cabelas dry fit- only way to go



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Re: First Wader Recommendations? [Re: Wisemd123] #5416755 11/13/14 01:45 AM
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It seems like Cabelas Supermag 1600 is the way to go... but check these out. They are originally $300, more then supermag but on sale for $160, way less then the supermag.. wonder why? What do you guys think?

http://www.cabelas.com/product/Cabelas-Dry-Plustrade-Breathable-Hunting-Zipper-Waders-Regular/1382531.uts?Ntk=AllProducts&searchPath=%2Fcatalog%2Fsearch.cmd%3Fform_state%3DsearchForm%26N%3D0%26fsch%3Dtrue%26Ntk%3DAllProducts%26Ntt%3D831865%2Band% 2B831866%26WTz_l%3DGlobalBanner%253Bcat468300780&Ntt=831865+and+831866&WTz_l=GlobalBanner%3Bcat468300780

Re: First Wader Recommendations? [Re: Cody Malone] #5416788 11/13/14 01:58 AM
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Originally Posted By: Cody Malone
Cabelas brand

I have two sets in 9 years


I thought your first duck hunt was in like 2010?


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Re: First Wader Recommendations? [Re: #Hayraker] #5416824 11/13/14 02:07 AM
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Originally Posted By: Hayraker
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Cabelas brand

I have two sets in 9 years


I thought your first duck hunt was in like 2010?


Maybe one set was fishing waders ?


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Re: First Wader Recommendations? [Re: Wisemd123] #5416831 11/13/14 02:09 AM
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Please check the link above, It sounds like a really good deal at about 50% off. Should I jump on the deal?

Re: First Wader Recommendations? [Re: #Hayraker] #5416845 11/13/14 02:12 AM
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Originally Posted By: Hayraker
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Cabelas brand

I have two sets in 9 years


I thought your first duck hunt was in like 2010?


Well considering I have a set of 5mm in shadow grass from when I was in 9th grade that would be a negative. I hunted Centex ponds and no lake hunting. I pretty much quit hunting when i started fishing for a living and then got back into it from there and spend nearly everyday on the water after the split


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Re: First Wader Recommendations? [Re: Wisemd123] #5416846 11/13/14 02:13 AM
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Originally Posted By: Wisemd123
Hey everyone, hope your all doing well! Let me start with an apology. I know this should probably be put into the "Hunting Gear" section as opposed to the MBH section but I just couldn't help myself. I figured that I would get the best help from the guys who are using their waders day in and day out. (Plus, 10x more people on this topic)

So I just got the green light from the ol' lady to get a good pair of waders. Theres alot to choose from! Should I get breathable or neoprene? I'd prefer the best cheaper pair (if such a thing exists), but want to stay under $200. What do you all think? Thanks in advance!



Macks waders without a doubt. On season 3 of a pair of Macks that go everyday. I would wear out a pair of Cabelas every year till I went to Macks. Cabelas were good because of their return policy, but since they stopped life time warranty there is no use in buying them.


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Re: First Wader Recommendations? [Re: Wisemd123] #5416850 11/13/14 02:15 AM
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My mistake

http://www.texashuntingforum.com/forum/ubbthreads.php/topics/1617703/Here's_a_?_for_you_Hardcore_Wa#Post1617703

http://www.texashuntingforum.com/forum/ubbthreads.php/topics/1684852/Killed_my_first_limit!!!#Post1684852


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Re: First Wader Recommendations? [Re: Jeff Elder] #5416853 11/13/14 02:17 AM
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Originally Posted By: Jeff Elder


Macks waders without a doubt. On season 3 of a pair of Macks that go everyday. I would wear out a pair of Cabelas every year till I went to Macks. Cabelas were good because of their return policy, but since they stopped life time warranty there is no use in buying them.


Like these? Ive been looking at these all week and they just went on sale!

http://www.mackspw.com/Item--i-MPW112S

Re: First Wader Recommendations? [Re: Wisemd123] #5416879 11/13/14 02:28 AM
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Yes.


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Re: First Wader Recommendations? [Re: Wisemd123] #5416890 11/13/14 02:32 AM
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I think the website is down? It wont let me select options or buy. Im also wary about buying footwear online. I feel like theres a really good chance Ill get the wrong size

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The size is right.


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Those are out of stock. They have a new model out now.


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Where can I find the new model? Thats the only one listed on the website that I can see

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Ohhh haha thanks! So they are made by lacrosse? Any other opinions on MPW? Are they worth the almost $300?

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Ohhh haha thanks! So they are made by lacrosse? Any other opinions on MPW? Are they worth the almost $300?


Yes


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Cabelas breathable, best all around IMO.

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