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A good pair of waders can be the difference between spending the day with boots full of mud or with dry, happy feet. This article will offer answers to your questions about selecting the right waders to get the most out of your experience on the water. There are several different wader designs available to anglers today, each with their own advantages and disadvantages.
Jump to navigation. Sinceseveral states throughout the nation have begun to restrict the use of felt-soled wader and wading boots. States are changing standards in an attempt to decrease the spread of invasive species that the boots cause.
Unfortunately many states are outlawing the use of felt sole waders and boots, due to the spread of invasive species. Find the complete list below along with what types of species you could accidentally transport and a few tips for killing any aquatic hitchhikers. Many states are changing the wader industry standards with tough laws in an attempt to curve invasive species spread.
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Boot style. Breathable wader made with 3 layers breathable fabric on top and 5 layers breathable fabric on bottom double polyester on outshell. Adjustable belt with removable PVC back pack to keep tools.
The Hellbender is constructed of a 4-ply nylon upper that is waterproof and breathable. They feature double reinforced knees, and come with an adjust adjustable wading belt. The rugged cleated boots are overbuilt with a steel shank, reinforced midsole, toe cap and heel kicker.