Matt Martin, direction of product creation at Korker Footwear explains why the new Devil’s Canyon wading boots are for the “fast and athletic” anglers that walk far and fish all day.
Latest Waders & Boots News
Designed for a variety of wading needs, Chota’s “Hippies” are a convertible wading sock with an exclusive camouflage pattern to help you stalk your quarry, whether you’re on the river or in the blind. Read more in the press release … more
Rich Hohne of Simms Fishing Products takes a moment and explains the new G4 BOA Wading Boot, which won “Best Footwear” at this years IFTD/ICAST industry trade show.
With designs for men, women, and youth, Redington’s new line of wading boots combine interesting new styles with reliable performance. The five models will be available for the next season, in spring 2014.
Designed for the female angler, Redington has announced new products, ergonomically designed for a better fit and comfortable days on the water. The Siren Wader and Siren Wading Boot will be available in February 2014. Read more in the press … more
Specifically with the female angler in mind, Orvis has released a new line of Silver Sonic waders with unique measurements for the best fit and functionality. Read more in the press release below.
If you’re in the market for a new pair of waders, The Yellowstone Angler did some homework for you in their 2013 Wader Shootout. Check out their opinions on how the leading brands came through the testing.
Kara Armano explains why the Sonic-Pro Ultra Packable Wader from Redington is the lightest wader on the market. Adding to the Sonic-Pro collection, the 4-layer,offers anglers who backpack into remote fishing locations, kayak anglers or adventurous travelers a pair of … more
Patagonia materials analyst Craig Simile explains how he “beats the living crap” out of potential new fabrics that might be used for water-proof breathable clothing at the company—like fishing waders and jackets. Some of his tests in the Patagonia fabric … more
Patagonia Global Quality Assurance Manager Marty Chapman describes the Patagonia wader testing procedure, a process that ensures that every single pair of waders they make is 100% waterproof when leaving the factory.