Duck hunting is probably one of the most popular versions of hunting in the US. The LaCrosse Swamp Tuff Pro promise to be the ultimate companion during this activity. With a price around $250 we can expect high-quality duck hunting waders and in this review I will test if the LaCrosse Swamp Tuff Pro hold […]
The Frogg Toggs Hellbender Chest Waders are mid range breathable waders and cost around $125. A first glance at the included features looks promising and could make up a great pair of fly fishing waders. In this review, I will check the quality, as well as the performance in the river. Specs: Stockingfoot chest waders Nylon […]
Allen Cattail bootfoot neoprene chest waders are designed for duck hunting and come in Mossy Oak camo. With around $100 they are mid range neoprene hunting waders and in this review, I will test how they perform and if they are worth their money. Specs: Bootfoot waders 3.5mm neoprene Reinforced knees Mossy oak camo Price […]
Waterfowl Wading Systems is a sub-brand of Caddis , specialized on waders for duck hunting. Their Max-5 Neoprene waders come in Realtree camo, cost around $80 and are available in a stockingfoot as well as in a bootfoot version. In this review, I will only refer to the Waterfowl MAX-5 Neoprene Stockingfoot Waders, although there […]
The Redington Sonic Pro are stocking foot chest waders made from breathable fabric and with costs from 250$ to 300$ almost in the upper price range. Buyers ratings on several online shops are promising a high-quality product and the brand Redington certainly has a name in the scene. In this review I will show you, what […]
The Hodgman Caster Neoprene Waders are entry-level waders and cost slightly above the 100$. Hodgman promises high quality and features you would only find in waders way more expensive. I took a closer look to check if this is true.
If you are looking for neoprene waders you likely plan on fishing in colder areas or need something durable for duck hunting. Neoprene can keep you warm for longer than most of the breathable waders ever could. For around 70 $ the Caddis Neoprene Stockingfoot Waders are fairly cheap, I will review them for […]
The Allen Brule River bootfoot Chest Waders, are one of the most sold pair on Amazon. With around 60$ they are low budget and assuming Allen produced quality here, could be a good product for beginners. I will review them for you, so you know all facts when you make your decision.
When you think about getting Waders for fishing, the best choice in terms of material is usually one that is breathable. Caddis Men’s Deluxe Breathable Stocking Foot Waders promise to be so: while letting no water in, the small water molecules can still exit easily, a permeable membrane makes it possible. In theory, you should sweat […]
Traditionally waders are made out of rubber. While broadly used years ago, neoprene slowly replaces that Material, if you look at the trends. The Frogg Toggs Cascades are bootfoot rubber waders and in the lower price range. I wanted to see if this material can still compete with today’s standards and that’s why I reviewed […]