Aesis Sonic Wader Stocking Foot - Men's by Hodgman
Tired of your old, leaky waders that don't breathe well and leave you soaking-wet after a long day of fishing' Upgrade your tired waders for the robust durability, anatomically correct fit, and waterproof protection of the Hodgman Men's Aesis Sonic Wader Stocking Foot. Offering Sonic 2. 0 welded seams, waterproof seam tape, and a water-shedding DWR finish, the Aesis Sonic Wader Stocking Foot keeps you blissfully dry when you're stalking brookies along alpine streams and casting for monster steelhead on late-season runs. Breathable four-layer shell fabric along the upper keeps you from soaking in perspiration when the mercury rises throughout the day. Five-layer construction reinforces the legs and seat from abrasion when you're bushwhacking along banks and walking across abrasive terrain. Another impressive feature are anatomical 5mm neoprene booties for superior warmth and comfort. And for warmer summer days on the water, the uppers feature Hodgman's Drop Down system, which converts the bibs into a waist-high wader. Also, it's compatible with with Core INS zoned insulation (sold separately) for year-round use in colder conditions.
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