LaCrosse® Super-Tuff Insulated Boot-Foot Chest Waders for Men
- 1000 gram Thinsulate™ Ultra Insulation in boot
- Heavyweight 5mm fleece-lined neoprene with abrasion-resistant, bidirectional facing
- Durable locking double-stitched seams
- VELCRO® brand straps on the suspenders, which reverse to create a belt when folded down
- Boots feature an ozone-resistant rubber bottom with 9mm felt midsole and a Trac-Lite outsole
- Includes cargo pocket with a deep-set handwarmer pocket
- Reinforced knees
Manufacturer style #: 700028.
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Arcticfox Very comfortable! Bought the big man version of these waders. Plenty of room to manoever. Lots of room to wear extra layers underneath including a wader jacket! Hand warmer is a nice touch. No complaints. Only gave four stars because I have used them for only a short time. But so far I would recommend using these waders for hunting or spring steelheading. October 26, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by UPtooner Go ahead and make the purchase I purchased these waders online and was curious on the quality of the product once I was able to put it in my hands.,..... I was not disappointed. Nice quality, comfortable, really warm, and sized correctly. I recommend 1 size up from shoe size. October 4, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Tie1On Quality Waders I bought these before the 2010 duck season and I like them a lot. They are quite durable as many of my buddies are already repairing holes from other waders (one is another LaCrosse make). The 1000 gram Thinsulate keeps you warm, almost too warm in early duck season. The only thing I don't like are the velcro straps. They make noise if you have readjust and they some times come undone when I'm picking up decoys or sitting down on a log. Over all I'd buy these again. May 2, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by pmac35 Good quality Very warm and cozy! minus temperatures are no problem and neither is wind. Find a warm hat though because your head feels chilly. Possible leak issues with the boot / wader connection though. April 13, 2011