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    Waders

    I'm in the market for a new pair.
    Could you just post what waders you wear when you fish?
    You don't need to write pros and cons. No details. Just short and sweet... Make and model.
    Thanks.

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    Re: Waders

    Simms, Freestones, waist high....made in China

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    Re: Waders

    Simms G3 Guide Stockingfoot


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    Re: Waders

    Orvis silver sonic


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    Re: Waders

    Really? No pros and cons at all?

    So, hypothetically speaking, if I wear leaky waders that have essentially bought the farm in less than two seasons - waders that I strongly despise at this point, and continue to wear primarily out of stubbornness, owing to the fact that several people on this forum specifically advised me against buying them...

    you'd still just want to know the brand and model?

    (Just hypothetically of course)

    Okay, Orvis Endura.


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    Re: Waders

    Simms G3s and Reddington Dry Flys.

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    Re: Waders

    LL Bean Lightweight Stockingfoot

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    Re: Waders

    Quote Originally Posted by mudbug201 View Post
    Really? No pros and cons at all?

    So, hypothetically speaking, if I wear leaky waders that have essentially bought the farm in less than two seasons - waders that I strongly despise at this point, and continue to wear primarily out of stubbornness, owing to the fact that several people on this forum specifically advised me against buying them...

    you'd still just want to know the brand and model?

    (Just hypothetically of course)

    Okay, Orvis Endura.
    I'm a great judge of character. I had thought your hypothetical through; I'll be able to wade through the responses and assign the appropriate weight to each.
    Thanks all, so far. This will be very helpful.

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    Re: Waders

    These are good

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    Re: Waders

    Quote Originally Posted by troutpunk View Post
    These are good

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    Yeah, but make and model?

    John
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    Re: Waders

    Simms G4Z's, G4's, and G3 bootfoots.

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    Re: Waders

    Orvis packable stocking foot, Corkers wading shoes, cleated soles.

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