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Roger's waders? #6990291
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Any input on the durability of these? Thinking about buying some for myself for Christmas.

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My son and I both have two different pairs of them. They are probably the best value in waders out there.

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I'm on my third season with mine. I really like them.

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Do you guys have the Toughman neoprene waders?

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Frogg toggs makes them.

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Originally Posted By: Jacob645
Do you guys have the Toughman neoprene waders?


Yes

Re: Roger's waders? [Re: Jacob645] #6990507
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I bought some before the Wyoming season started in September and have been using them every day since. They're great so far

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I have the breathables and they are great. My only complaint is the back loop for the belt is too high for my build. I just don't use it.


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I've got 3 pairs of them.. breathable, 3.5mm and 5mm. Two of my hunting buddies also have a pair. We all really like em.

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Originally Posted By: Jacob645
Do you guys have the Toughman neoprene waders?


Yes. Toughman 5.0, 3.5 and I have The breathable waders.

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They are good ,but with the Cabelas lifetime warranty it is hard to buy anywhere else.

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I'm on my second pair. The first started leaking on the boot and they replaced them through warranty. Now the other pair I just discovered a leak in the crotch in 30 degree temps. I'm probably going to finish out the season with these but I think my next pair will be the Cabelas with the lifetime warranty. Too much money to be replacing every 2 seasons.

I will say they keep me pretty warm and they look great and have nice features. I just question the durability.


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Re: Roger's waders? [Re: Nitro27] #6991772
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Originally Posted By: Nitro27
They are good ,but with the Cabelas lifetime warranty it is hard to buy anywhere else.


Cabelas warranty is a bunch of crap. My waders leaked the day after I bought them and they refused to return them with box and receipt because they were dirty and "used". They offered to give me 50% credit in exchange for the same exact pair.

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Originally Posted By: Erichugh22
Originally Posted By: Nitro27
They are good ,but with the Cabelas lifetime warranty it is hard to buy anywhere else.


Cabelas warranty is a bunch of crap. My waders leaked the day after I bought them and they refused to return them with box and receipt because they were dirty and "used". They offered to give me 50% credit in exchange for the same exact pair.


I guess its all relative. cabbalas has replaced 5 sets of waders the last 2 years for me at no charge. I just got a new shotgun (Beretta A400) to replace my Lemmon SBE2....a great gun by most accounts. There are always going to be someone who has a bad experience with what is otherwise a great product/company.

Sucks but thats life.

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Yeah I have hear a lot of bad things about those SBE2's

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Originally Posted By: BDB
Originally Posted By: Erichugh22
Originally Posted By: Nitro27
They are good ,but with the Cabelas lifetime warranty it is hard to buy anywhere else.


Cabelas warranty is a bunch of crap. My waders leaked the day after I bought them and they refused to return them with box and receipt because they were dirty and "used". They offered to give me 50% credit in exchange for the same exact pair.


I guess its all relative. cabbalas has replaced 5 sets of waders the last 2 years for me at no charge. I just got a new shotgun (Beretta A400) to replace my Lemmon SBE2....a great gun by most accounts. There are always going to be someone who has a bad experience with what is otherwise a great product/company.

Sucks but thats life.

Cabela's also has some now that are explicitly labelled with a lifetime warranty, not just bring them back and hope.


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Cabelas in Allen explained to me that lifetime warranty was different for each product. So lifetime warranty ment the life of that product. So have longer life expectancy than others. And my waders life expectancy was 2 yrs. They refused to exchange my waders that were on there 3rd season. That was one manager. Came back again same waders and they replaced them. So you may need to go through a hassle with cabelas.

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If you want to try the absolute BEST waders money can buy
check out the Gator Waders. The construction is unmatched
and their durability, warmth, and comfort is amazing. DO yourself
a favor and try them

www.gatorwaders.com

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Originally Posted By: Nitro27
They are good ,but with the Cabelas lifetime warranty it is hard to buy anywhere else.
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They are warranted as long as they still sell that model. I tried to get some 4 year old breathable convertable waders replaced but was denied. It was a manager at the Allen store that told me this. Still love the waders. They’re just looking janky looking with all the bike tube patches, ten gallons of aqua seal and neoprene gravel guards patching the seams in both boots. I love them and will buy from Cabelas again when these fall apart. I’ll read the fine print this time.

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