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FLOAT TUBE FISHING FORUM » Fishing Tactics, Tackle, and reviews » Fishing Tackle And Gear Related Discussions » what kind of waders? Breathable or neoprene?

what kind of waders? Breathable or neoprene?

Breathable or Neoprene?

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kg562

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hey guys, i had a question about waders. would you recommend Breathable or neoprene waders? what do most of you tubers have?

n2deepfsw

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Breathable waders!! I wear them year round...

kg562

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yeah i was thinking about getting Breathable waders with stocking foot but friend of mines said neoprene is better and they said Breathable gets leaks easier so it kind of got me thinking.

n2deepfsw

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Never had a leak in mine....

n2deepfsw

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Just get one size larger than what you typically wear...

sLiM562

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i say breathable because you cant go wrong with them

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motorazr

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It is usually freezing weatherwise when I head out, neoprene are warm as both in and out of the water.

Hammer 4

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Neoprene cept it's a bit warm for them at this time.. green happy

kg562

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Never had a leak in mine....

What brand waders do you have?

fishslayer

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You can always layer up under the breathable waders to stay warm but there is no way to cool down the neoprene.

I usually get my waders a size or two big so that I have room to wear a couple pair of sweat pants under if I am fishing fridged waters.

On a warm day neoprene sucks on every level!

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kg562

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Okay. I think ima go with breathable stocking foot waders. Now the question is what's a good brand for waders?

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I've had my Hodgman waders for a couple of years now and no complaints here. The butt and knee areas are reinforced with extra layers of material... They even came with a wading belt

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I've been using Albright and have no complaints, hard price to beat too...
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Or if you want to spend more...
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kg562

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i heard hodgeman is one of the lowest brands out there, ive read many many bad reviews about them, people always say they leak. And thanks fishslayer gonna check it out.

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