Breathable waders do not stretch and therefore the sizing is important. It is best to allow an inch to an inch and a half in inseam. This will provide ample room for stooping and bending in the low stretch breathable waders. That extra inseam will also make wading and walking easier.
waterproof and a fairly good insulator. Neoprene fishing waders are a good choice for cold water
wading. Walleye are in the rivers as soon as ice is out. A 5mm
neoprene wader is best for such icy waters. 3mm neoprene may be
the wader for winter reds on the Gulf coast. Neoprene
fly fishing waders come in bootfoot and stockingfoot. Bootfoot waders are
easy on and off and offer the added feature of insulated boots.
Stockingfoot neoprene waders are lighter and less expensive but
require wading boots or shoes as well.
Chest high fishing waders are best for deep water wading and the extended height, while wading shallows provides an added measure of safety should you slip, stumble or otherwise find yourself on a knee or rear end. For shallow water wading and especially in warm weather, you may find a waist high wader or even a hip boot style fishing wader to provide adequate protection and a comfortable day.
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