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Breathable Waders #6999711
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Any recommendations on high quality pair breathable waders? Looking for tough, durable pair that will hopefully last several seasons. Willing to pay up for quality. Considering new Lacrosse aero elite, Banded, Drake. Experience with Cabelas has been so-so. Any suggestions on brands/models to consider or avoid would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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I got the aero elite by lacrosse! One word and thatís ďamazingĒ!!!!! Iíll never own neoprene waders again! Speaking of the aero elite, mackspw.com has them on sale right now ! They are expensive but getting them on sale really eases the pain! But knowing now what I do! Iíd pay full price for them! Iím 6í2Ē and over 300 pounds, I got the king size and they are perfect! Banded would be another brand that Iíd say but I couldnít find a pair that had big enough boot!

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I bought a pair of the Banded but returned them. Looked like great waders but weíre way too big in chest/waist area for me. Iím 5í9 and 195 so not too small of a guy. I think that is just the way they are cut. Even with the belt I just had too much room.

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I got Gator Waders this year. I really like them, but Iíve only hunted four times this season. So far, so good. Very comfortable. I bought last yearís model and they were $300 with shipping.


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I just turned it on . I was looking bird dogs in the butt this morning.


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I got the drake MST breathable waders this year. Also looked at gator waders in Tyler. Decided on Drake because I had a $75 Credit at Academy. Iíve hunted 6 times in them this year and will never go back To Neoprene waders!! My only knock would be boot is bigger/wider thank the redhead extreme waders Iíve had for the past 12 years. I have to wear thicker socks.
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Originally Posted By: PeteTCB
Experience with Cabelas has been so-so.

I have heard they brought back their life time warranty on Cabelas brand waders.

Re: Breathable Waders [Re: PeteTCB] #7017474
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How can "breathable" and "waders" describe the same item? I have had breathable waders before, but it was after I snagged my waders on a barbed wire fence. They breathed water right in.

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Originally Posted By: Bluesea112
How can "breathable" and "waders" describe the same item? I have had breathable waders before, but it was after I snagged my waders on a barbed wire fence. They breathed water right in.


Science?


Originally Posted By: bill oxner
I just turned it on . I was looking bird dogs in the butt this morning.


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Originally Posted By: Duck_Hunter
Originally Posted By: Bluesea112
How can "breathable" and "waders" describe the same item? I have had breathable waders before, but it was after I snagged my waders on a barbed wire fence. They breathed water right in.


Science?


roflmao

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https://www.rogerssportinggoods.com/appa...ular-sizes.html

Anyone have review on the Rogers 2 in 1 waders? Pretty cool concept that you can zip in and out an insulated liner.

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Originally Posted By: Brown Duck

https://www.rogerssportinggoods.com/appa...ular-sizes.html

Anyone have review on the Rogers 2 in 1 waders? Pretty cool concept that you can zip in and out an insulated liner.


Interesting concept and cheaper than I expected them to be.


Originally Posted By: bill oxner
I just turned it on . I was looking bird dogs in the butt this morning.


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I emailed them about those waders before I bought mine. Checked reviews and watched video. I was told they were made by Frog Togg.

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Love my simms, they have held up good to fishing and hunting for 2+ years.

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Originally Posted By: Brown Duck

https://www.rogerssportinggoods.com/appa...ular-sizes.html

Anyone have review on the Rogers 2 in 1 waders? Pretty cool concept that you can zip in and out an insulated liner.


I have them. Few hunts in so far so good. Haven't used the liner yet. And they do come in a frog toggs box.

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I can't find a pair that fits my shoe and my inseam. Size 10 and 38 inseam, I'd look like a 10 year old wearing my dad's waders.

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Originally Posted By: jnd59
I can't find a pair that fits my shoe and my inseam. Size 10 and 38 inseam, I'd look like a 10 year old wearing my dad's waders.


Visual damn funny



Take a kid Huntin
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Originally Posted By: Greekangler
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I can't find a pair that fits my shoe and my inseam. Size 10 and 38 inseam, I'd look like a 10 year old wearing my dad's waders.


Visual damn funny


Well the actual lives up to it. Big feet and short legs guarantee I'll never be on the cover of Fly Fishing magazine. What's worse, I gave them to my 14 year old son. They fit him perfectly.

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