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High N dry waders
So I am looking for a new pair of waders. I have been buying Cabelas waders for a long time but I always get leaks. I bought new ones and they said ?lifetime guarantee? but the local bass pro told me my three year old waders with a cracked boot were to old. I called customer service they told me the same thing. So in my web searching I found a company called high N dry. Does anyone have experience with them? Before I shell out like $275 bucks I was hoping someone would tell me these aren?t a waste. The company claim was that they make waders for commercial purposes and that they are tough as nails. Anyone have a opinion of other brands I would really like to try breathable type as I have to walk substantial distances to avoid the crowds.
South Jersey
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I do not have any experience with High N Dry waders, nor have I heard of them. I really like my LL Bean breathables though and would certainly recommend them. Like you, I walk long distances in them. One of my spots is a little over a mile walk in through the woods, and the breathables are perfect for that.
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Have had good luck so far with Frog Togs 2 in 1 breathable waders. They also supply Rogers w/same wader branded in Rogers name. Comfortable to walk in and with that liner in warmer than any heavy nephoprene waders i,ve owned. Rogers Elite 2-In-1 Insulated Breathable Waders
SKU: ROG-ELITE2N1
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I second the LL Bean breathables.

Can layer as thin, or as thick as ya like, and room of toe warmers if ya feel like it. Very good for walk in hunts when not busting thick ice, but I no longer do that.

Still like the 5mm Hodgeman neo's for laying in the marsh boat. Cozy and more padding. Good for naps between flights.











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Thanks for the replies.
South Jersey
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i run the Gator waders here in South Jersey an they are holding up great plus they are comfy ..
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I bought pair of the breathables last summer, have liked them so far.
Brian and Ian are good guys they use their products as they say.
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I second the LL Bean breathables. I have a pair that is 4 years old and no leaks and no sweating. I stay much warmer in the thin breathables than I did in my 5mm neoprene waders,