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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
better as a garbage bag
Got these 5 seasons ago at full price. seemed ok at 1st ..... a bit heavy .... last year they began leaking here n there so I patched them ....... this year I pulled them out for the fall salmon run and the whole right side began cracking. Its as if the rubber mid layer was overcooked in an oven. It literally cracked all over into dust between the fabric layers.
I think I will go back to $50 waders ................. :-(
September 10, 2012
Cold and weak
I do my duck hunting in north florida where is doesnt get very cold and it doesnt take much to stay warm during the winter. These waders do not keep me warm at all. The thinsulation is only in the boots. Also I have had these for about a year now and after normal use in only muddy conditions I have a serious leak in 2 different seams. One near the crotch and one around the top of one of the boots. Also the suspenders do not adjust enough for and are to big even at their smallest setting. Terrible waders for the price and I got them on sale!
December 26, 2011
These should be taken off the shelf..I have tried two pair of these and both cracked where the boot meets the canvas within 2 to 4 weeks of use..I hang them up after use and still they fall apart..I use them every day and they just do not hold up to this kind of use…DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY..Spend a little more and save in the long run…
December 20, 2011
cold and clamy
I've worn these in all sorts of weather in two years. When it is warm you sweat to death and when it is cold your freeze even if the waders are dry inside. I was reaching down (the proper way that you do in waders so you don't put undue pressue on the fabric) to pick up a decoy and the back suspender loop snapped right in half leaving me with one working suspender. The loop cannot be replaced because of the way that they are made so I am stuck.
I guess you get what you pay for. Cheap waders.
August 21, 2011
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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