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Old 01-19-2017, 08:37 AM   #11
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X2. Getting water in your waders on a cold winter wade ain't fun.
May try the headwater. Has 3 layers vs 5 layers of gore tex material.
X2. Getting water in your waders on a cold winter wade ain't fun.
May try the headwater. Has 3 layers vs 5 layers of gore tex material.

x3^^^ 3rd year on my headwaters with Zero issues! also i would recomend going to FTU and trying them on.I ordered mine in an XL thinking they would fit like other waders but boy was i wrong! after trying them on and since mine were new, they were happy to exchange them for the correct size.Can't beat FTU and the Simms Warranty!
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Old 01-20-2017, 10:39 AM   #12
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I'm in the minority on this one...but to me Simms priced themselves out of the market for stocking foot waders for consumers like me.

I fish Alaska every year and other very difficult places and I find that the cheap Academy types for $50 bucks are more than adequate. Just throw them away after a few uses and get another pair...preventive maintenance. Always take a spare with you and at that price, it is a no brainer.

I really like most Simms products and feel you get value for the price, but in the case of waders, unless you wear them every day, the $50 brand from Academy works just fine for my needs.
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