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Lacrosse Super Tuff 1000G Wader Review #5501323 12/27/14 02:54 AM
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Decided last year after season to purchase a new pair of waders for the upcoming year. I decided on Lacrosse Super Tuff 1000G and found them on sale in max4 like I preferred.

I will have to say after two months of hunting I do not like them. Once you take them off every part of the wader that was wet, sweats to the inside of the lining. They are damp all the time and almost impossible to use on consecutive days.

I have to dry the outside and then turn them inside out the best I can. PITA.

Anyways I typically do not complain but I always see people asking for advise on waders and thought I would give my two cents. Take them for what they are worth.

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That's the norm with neoprene especially if your walking a lot. I have a Peet boot dryer with wader extensions. Put your waders on the dryer when you get home and their warm and dry the next morning.

Re: Lacrosse Super Tuff 1000G Wader Review [Re: Leonardo] #5501468 12/27/14 04:14 AM
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My cabelas backwaters don't do that. Love 'em

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Originally Posted By: Fowlman
That's the norm with neoprene especially if your walking a lot. I have a Peet boot dryer with wader extensions. Put your waders on the dryer when you get home and their warm and dry the next morning.


Yup

Go with dry plus cabelas. They breathe- or cut back on the cheeseburgers



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Re: Lacrosse Super Tuff 1000G Wader Review [Re: Fowlman] #5503037 12/28/14 12:26 AM
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Originally Posted By: Fowlman
That's the norm with neoprene especially if your walking a lot. I have a Peet boot dryer with wader extensions. Put your waders on the dryer when you get home and their warm and dry the next morning.


Neither of my last two pair did this. Might have to check out the other style referenced.

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Oh and i asked for a boot dryer for xmas. Didnt get one so it is on my purchase list.

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My Supermags don't get wet inside from walking in... but they do have a few tiny pinhole leaks from busting brush and no matter how much aquaseal I apply- I can't fix 'em. confused2


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