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There are several good reasons why RedHead® Bone Dry® Hobbs Creek® Boot-Foot Waders for Men are our best-selling waders. They're tough. They're comfortable. They're packed with the features you need. And best of all, they're affordable. The wader's tough, stretchable 3-ply construction sandwiches a resilient layer of special ozone-resistant rubber between two layers of lightweight 3-ply nylon jersey for 100% abrasion-resistant waterproof protection. The rubber layer resists cracking and deterioration to give you years of dependable use. Soft sponge rubber lining adds insulation. Camo boot lined with 600 gram Thinsulate™ Insulation while cleated rubber lug outsole grips the ground. Further warmth and comfort provided by 8mm wool felt midsole. Includes heavy-duty suspenders, waist belt, large inside pocket, and inner drawstring. Imported.
Tough, resilient ozone-resistant rubber sandwiched between 2 layers of lightweight 3-ply nylon jersey for a 100% waterproof barrier
Resists cracking and deterioration for years of dependable use
Proven more abrasion resistant than rubber, canvas, or nylon
Camo boot-foot keeps your outline hidden in the blind
Boot lined with 600 gram Thinsulate™ Insulation
8mm wool felt midsole
Chest Waders feature a large inside pocket, an inner drawstring, and belt loops.
RedHead® Bone Dry® Hobbs Creek® Boot-Foot Waders for Men
Warm in water, no so much outa water
I've had these waders 3 years now and they have held up well, still use em today. I got these as an intro pair for duck hunting and used them fly fishing in east tn.
Outa water ducking - your feet and legs freeze, plain and simple. I wear compression long johns, thermals, and fleece pants on my legs and a pair of liner socks and wader socks and still within an hour or so I begin to feel the cold creep up my legs, by 8 I'm freezing.
In water ducking(flooded timber/thigh or waist deep water)- they seem to work good and keep you warm well past the 4 hour mark.
All in all after 3 years of fishing and hunting in these waders they are still holding up great the thick material repells water great and protects from abrasions and possible cuts, but also seems to absorb any cold air espically wind.
December 15, 2010
Bang for Buck
I found this product to be a pretty good choice as I was new to waterfowl hunting and didn't want to spend too much. So far I found these bib to do the trick. As long as you layer your clothing under them appropriate for the weather they do the trick. I will test them out when the snow and ice comes and see how well the layering works out.
They do work very well for keeping water out as well as in with my experience.
My only bad point about bibs in general is that they offer the one size fits all, but with a size 10 foot I'm not quite tall enough for the size 10 waders, so I end up trying to roll the excess down over the boot.
October 29, 2010
Wear you down Waders
About the third or fourth trip to the duck pond these waders started leaking near the knees. The boots are extremely heavy and have rubbed my heels raw even with the thickest socks i could buy. The knees in my waders are very tight while sitting and crouching. Overall very disappointed hope i can take em back.
October 25, 2010
Waders are tough and well manufactured. A little tough to sit in as they are kinda tight on the knees. Shoe size fits my normal size. Ready to hunt some ducks with them.
October 18, 2010
I believe the king sizes will fit you nicely. I am 230 lbs and I ordered a size 13 king. A ton of extra room. I had to pull the adjustment straps (2 on each side, 1 at the chest and the other for the waist.) as tight as I could.
the size is manly for foot size, if you are big in the belly them you may have to shed some under clothes to fit in them, always get one to two size larger in boot size so your socks and pants cuffs will fit smoothly into the boot part
Yes they are a good alternative. In order to stay warm you will have to layer under them. They run a little on the big side so it isn't a problem. I hunted the other morning. It was 18 degrees when I got in the water. Stayed warm for hours sitting still. I was wearing a set of Under Armour Cold Gear long johns (top & bottom), fleece pants and a fleece pullover. I also wear a lightweight Beretta windproof / waterproof jacket on top.
No. These waders allow cold to pass right through to your body. I tore a hole in my neoprenes in December and used these to hunt the next day and about froze. They hold up great but not for low activity cold weather use.
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