Redington Sonic-Pro HD Wader - Men's

Redington Sonic-Pro HD Wader - Men's
$399.95
Sonic-Pro HD Wader - Men's by Redington
Price subject to change | SKU: RNG001Z

Redington Sonic-Pro HD Wader - Men's

You might be due for a new pair of waders when you finish a day on the river with three gallons of water sloshing around your legs. Not only will the Redington Men's Sonic-Pro HD Waders feel like a revelation the first time you step in the river and actually stay dry, but they'll stay that way whether you're fishing five days a week or five days a year. Boasting Redington's most durable construction, these waders are made from a four-layer fabric that's waterproof and breathable, and they're reinforced along the lower legs and seat for added protection against river debris and snagging in the brush along the river.It's easy to make burly waders that will last, but it's tough to make a pair that fit well and wear comfortably all day--this is where the Sonic-Pro HD really sets itself apart. Equipped with what Redington calls its ActiveFit, these waders have a more articulated design that's comfortable to walk, fish, and, well, wade in. Their SonicWeld seams further reduce bulk while bolstering the waders overall durability, and the addition of articulated neoprene booties wear comfortably under your choice of wading boot. Redington gave these waders anti-corrosive hardwear to eliminate rusty zippers and threw in fleece-lined pockets to keep your hands warm on those chilly shoulder season days.

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