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    Waders

    Lookin to get my first pair of decent waders, I have always bought cheep waders that dont last. I dont want to spend a ton of money or get crap waders. Can anyone point me in the right direction?

    Thanks, and good luck on the water

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    Re: Waders

    I would look at the Simms freestone waders, 229.00

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    Re: Waders

    Quote Originally Posted by WBDluver View Post
    I would look at the Simms freestone waders, 229.00

    Worth the money, but mine started leasking after one year of very hard abuse.

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    Re: Waders

    90% of the people on this site will disagree, but I bought Orvis silver labels last year, I have beaten' the ever lovin' poop out of them...Slid over logs, walked through briar patches, wrestled a bear in Montana(not really), spilled enviro 215( or whatever that stuff Danme was pushin') on them, and no leaks yet..They are comfortable, and STYLISH....I paid a little under $200.00...ONE PROBLEM...THEY ARE MADE BY THE ENEMY!!!

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    Re: Waders

    How much are you looking to spend

    Quote Originally Posted by msmith14 View Post
    Lookin to get my first pair of decent waders, I have always bought cheep waders that dont last. I dont want to spend a ton of money or get crap waders. Can anyone point me in the right direction?

    Thanks, and good luck on the water


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    Re: Waders

    Cabels are the best bang for your buck. I have had a pair that I abuse and they are up to the challenge.

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    Simms G4 or G3's.

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    Simms G4 or G3's. If it is too much now save your pennies and get the good stuff. Made in America and worth the money.

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    Re: Waders

    Cabela's house brand really are good waders. I would stay away from their bottom of the line offerings, but I have never had problems with their higher-end waders. You get a lot for the money anf they will also replace waders free if you have problems when the waders are still young.

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    Re: Waders

    Thanks for the help, and im looking to spend around $200 to $250. What do you guys think about ll bean waders? I like them because they have a life time warranty


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    Re: Waders

    Quote Originally Posted by msmith14 View Post
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    For the last two seasons i have been using the Orvis Sonic Seam packable waders, I love them. They are very lightweight and fit into a tiny compression sack, they are lower priced than the Leon Leonwood Bean waders in your link and appear to be for the same use.
    http://www.orvis.com/store/product_s...ubcat_id=18941

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