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Default Re: Best year round waders

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Originally Posted by GRN View Post
Lot's of great choices... Simms, Patagonia, Cloudveil, even high end Orvis or LL Bean (Bean has the best return policy on the planet), just depends on how much you want to spend. If you are going to layer under them for colder adventures, take layers with you and make sure you buy them big enough... and think about buying your boots a size bigger as well... you can wear heavy socks in the summer without getting hot (standing in cool water in breathable waders)... but you can't do without them when it's cold.
All good advice here. Dan Bailey makes great stuff too.

I'll recommend three different routes-

1- Buy a pair of Gore-Tex Simms and you're set for years.

2- Buy the $100 (roughly) LL Bean waders and you've got a hell of a value that will last a good while.

3- Check www.sierratradingpost.com and www.mrfc.com for some smokin deals on most of the brands GRN mentioned.
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