RedHead® Bone-Dry Hobbs Creek® Chest Waders for Ladies and Youth
All You Will Need
There are a lot of waders out there, but not a lot of them give you value like this. They don't have as many features as some of the more elaborate neoprene designs, but they do the job.
I would recommend these for someone just starting out in waterfowl. Great price and they'll do a great job in the field. I trek through all kinds of hazards and the material stands up fine.
They're not insulated, so I echo the other reviews that tell you to layer up underneath. However, this allowed me to wear them during summer dog training and teal season without getting over heated in 1000gram neoprene. I bought a pair for my girlfriend for her first teal hunt and the only complaint she had was the weight.
I bought neoprene waders this fall because I plan on a few more late season outings, but these will remain a favorite for me.
October 4, 2010
Good waders but a little heavy
My 11 year old son wore his waders for the first time during opening weekend of Teal season in Colorado. It's a long walk out to marshy area we hunt. The waders kept him dry but were pretty heavy for his small frame. I would recommend spending the extra money and purchasing neoprene waders for kids instead of these. I purchased these because they went on sale and I didn't want to spend alot of waders that my kid will grow out of in 2 years.
September 17, 2010
Happy with my Waders
These waders are the first one's I have ever purchased and I am quite happy. The boots are sturdy for moving around on uneven, soft, mucky ground. I have not experience any leaks. The only problem is that they are somewhat short in the leg, so the crotch hangs a little low.
May 31, 2010
alright to me
Ive had these waders for 3 seasons. trek through swamps, woods, beaver dams. My feet are my ATV. So far, so good. No leaks, not the warmest so buy big and sport under armour. Def worth the money!
May 14, 2010