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wanapasaki wrote:Check out Rocky waders the company that makes the work boots. Have worked for me so far
after owning some of their boots...... no thanks.
It's not about a season total, its about being out there!
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Cabelas is my favorite.
I've Had Redheads and they actually held up very well for what I paid for'm. But the warrenty on Cabelas stuff is second to none so thats all I'll buy anymore. Also I always carry Aqua seal with me that stuff is great.
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cabelas really ratcheted down their warranty in the past couple years. i can't say i blame them, but the way it used to be, you could bring your old worn out waders in and get full credit on the return. i don't think their quality is really any better than most other brands(they're all probably made in the same chinese factory) so i usually look for a better deal first before buying a pair from them.
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any updates on the orvis waders? got a pair of orvis bogs extremes for christmas and trying to decide if the sonic seams might be better or if either of these will hold up to the swamp. not too cold here in nc so insulation not as big of a concern as mobility and most of all durability. Any thoughts?
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Cabelas waders are very good. They will eventually "weep" at the crotch seems.
The moisture I get in my waders is usually around the crotch. It's not from leaking but from condensation. I usually am standing in water up to...my crotch. Go figure.
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I love my Mack's pw waders. Look at the muddy water camo waders too. I have some friends who use them and love them
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My Hodgeman's finally died after 10 seasons and alot of shoe goo. Loved em but can't seem to stay dry anymore. Anyone hunt in Cabela's Northern Flight Waders? I was looking at those as a little lighter option to the Super Mag 1600's. I tend to do alot of walking both in early teal and frozen December and January winters in Indiana.
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