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I've been trying to find some new waders, now I'm not really excited about getting a pair of $225 neoprene waders. I can only get one year out of said $225 waders. I've had a pair of camo canvas waders made by Remington the last four years, and love them. A buddy that works for Remington says they are no longer available from Remington. If anyone knows where I might purchase a pair of simliar waders please post up, if not your recommendation on a neoprene pair would be appreciated!!! :up:
 

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cabelas, macks, bass pro any of the major outfitters carries a 3-ply canvas or cordura wader. the brush buster cabelas sells is probably the best. i use neoprenes most of the time but they do suck for the most part. i go through a pair every year or 2 myself. by the way.... macks neoprenes are the worst waders ever made IMO.
 

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I have a pair of LaCross rubber waders that I have had for 10 years. I ripped a huge gash 2 years ago on top of the left boot but I made a repair and they are like the entergizer rabbit, they keep going. I bought a pair of neoprenes from Lockwoods before I made the repair and they are good but they are heavy and hot until it really gets cold. I prefer the LaCross.
 

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cabelas, macks, bass pro any of the major outfitters carries a 3-ply canvas or cordura wader. the brush buster cabelas sells is probably the best. i use neoprenes most of the time but they do suck for the most part. i go through a pair every year or 2 myself. by the way.... macks neoprenes are the worst waders ever made IMO.
Thanks guys, I like those brush busters in Cabelas, looks like what I'm hunting for!!! Thanks again! :up:
 

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Do yourself a favor and look into Cabela's breathable waders. I got a pair last winter, and to say the least I was extremely impressed. It was almost like I wasn't even wearing waders, they are that lightwt., yet pretty tough. The boots were plenty warm, but the breathable material will let the chill move in when standing in water...easily fixed with layers, and layers are no problem with these lightwt. alternatives.

Short and sweet I loved them.
 

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Do yourself a favor and look into Cabela's breathable waders. I got a pair last winter, and to say the least I was extremely impressed. It was almost like I wasn't even wearing waders, they are that lightwt., yet pretty tough. The boots were plenty warm, but the breathable material will let the chill move in when standing in water...easily fixed with layers, and layers are no problem with these lightwt. alternatives.

Short and sweet I loved them.
this is the best advise yet:up: breathable waders with a pair of fleece pants, underarmour insulated underwear, wool socks with a pair of wicking socks underneath. you will not believe how dry and comfortable it is, no dampness or sweating at all. the best money i've ever spent duck hunting:up:
 

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Nothing beats the old pair of Neopremes I bought from Wal-Mart for $100 about 6 years ago. They are a bit small but I still loan em out to buddys who don't have any or forgot theirs. I prefer LaCross now. I have had a pair for two or three seasons with no problems, no holes, plenty warm, just great waders IMO.
 
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