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Warm, durable, and extremely comfortable, these RedHead® Bone-Dry Extreme® waders may be as close as you can get to "perfect." Built for solid durability and all-day warmth, with a comfort level that's unsurpassed in the industry. Advanced 3-ply stretch Span Tough outer material resists punctures and abrasions. This tough-as-nails shell is backed with a warm and durable 5 mm neoprene layer for an upper that can take on the nastiest hunting days. Unique, one-piece construction runs the upper right into the wader's durable boot. 1000 gram Thinsulate™ Ultra insulation lining and 8mm wool felt midsole ensure the boot keeps your feet as warm as the durable upper keeps your legs and core. Special outsole design ensures top traction in all conditions. Complete camo coverage (including the boot) helps you blend into the background. High-back design lets you wade deeper while the adjustable suspenders give you a perfect fit. Includes a camo wading belt for safety. Imported.
Span Tough outer material is resistant to punctures and abrasion
Warm, comfortable 5mm neoprene/Span Tough upper
Unique one-piece construction
Boot lined with 1000 grams of Thinsulate Ultra Insulation
Wool felt midsole for extra warmth
Special outsole design for top traction in any condition
RedHead® Bone-Dry Extreme® Waders for Men
dont do it
they look cool but they aren't where do I start the soles have metal grippers in them for traction,they fell out first day as soon as i stepped on rocks, there is fabric on the boots instead of rubber,so if you're a real waterfowl hunter and your out in 15 to below temps those boots are freezing up rock solid, also the camo fabric just peels off
March 8, 2012
Tough Solid Waders
After a year of hard duck hunting. Timber/Marsh/River hunting, these waders never failed me once. The waders never leaked after going through the woods and brier bushes to jump shoot ducks and geese in water holes. I hunted a majority of the duck hunting season. In the marsh and timber I climbed and stepped over lots of logs and branches and the waders never tore/leaked.
When you purchase the waders, you need to buy the size a little loose. All waders will tear if worn tight/snug due to the neopreme legs not sliding up your leg as jeans do when you sit or kneel, especially when your legs are sweaty.
The boots are big due to the insulation, which did great keeping my feet warm. Sometimes, I sit with my legs in the river water and lean up against the bank to watch for ducks after a long day of walking through brush/marsh, The waders always kept me warm. Also standing in flooded timber for hours and my feet were always warm.
Max 4 camo is great
The buckles were designed correctly with one male buckle up front on one side and the other front buckle on the other side female, this prevents the wrong shoulder strap from crossing up on your back.
Very pleased with the waders
January 27, 2012
The waders work great...but the quality lacks. After a few hunts both the heels started sqealing like a dying rabbit when wet. Upon inspection there were gaps and a mysterious string hanging. I hunt 2-3 times a week so I finally got a chance to silicone them now that the seasons over. The yellow nubs on the soles are gone and the camo on the front of the boot doesn't match the rest of the waders. Other than that there's been no leaks or problems. The boots are warm and the wader belt is a great safety option.
December 14, 2011
I bought these at the beginning of this duck season and they are great. Very comfortable, I usually wear a 13 size shoe but size 12 in the waders fit better. So I recommend get a size smaller. the coldest its been so far is around 28 and with the 1000 grams I was very warm. Im going to Arkansas soon so ill find out how they do in a little colder weather but im sure I will be fine. I would recommend these to anybody.
December 11, 2011
in waders, its really hard to take a picture of the sole inside the boot. its there just difficult to captuer in a picture. its the same as the sole in your everyday shoes. a padded insert if you will thats placed in each boot to give your foot extra comfort.
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