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Middle Fork Packable Waders - Long

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Middle Fork Packable Waders - Long

July 10, 2021

Nice and Light.

just got these in the mail. They fit all the discretion on the site. Going on a family vacation and wanted to pack light. They are incredibly light and packable. I (6'5" 225lbs) ordered a Large Tall. they are true to size. awaiting and will update after the trip. cheers!

April 12, 2021

Big Performance Upgrades

Couldn't be happier with these waders. A series of upgrades fixed every common issue I run into with waders. I'm 6"2" and fluctuate btw 180-200lbs depending on season. LOTS of miles on water, trail, auto and plane. Usually burn through one pair of waders per year. PROS: -Long Medium fits like a glove. Athletic cut, no more bags... Read More of material around the midsection. Can go down on one knee without running out of inseam. Can even RUN in these waders . . . -New rubber booties. Improved fit, function, and comfort. Patches in the laminate membrane body material is easy even in the field, but patches in booties is often impossible. Leaks in booties kill waders. The new rubber booties have no seams to leak, and should be very easy to patch if ever punctured. Plus they easily slide in and out of shoes/boots. I use lightweight shoes/boots to deal with heavy miles and prevent the stumbling you get when heavy boots rob you of your proprioception. Booties are low profile so I can easily go from wet wading to dry without adding/subtracting socks, inserts, etc. -Upgraded elastic shoulder and waist straps. If I manage to keep waders for a year, the elastic is usually worn out/loose. This will last longer. -Low profile buckles and shoulder straps. No more discomfort/snags using lumbar packs, slings and backpacks. -An interior webbing loop to hang while drying. One of the reasons elastic shoulder straps wear out is from hanging waders to dry/store. This can also place tension across seams and increase rate of failure over time. Interior webbing loop solves this. REQUESTS: -Reinforce the knees. Even on lightweight waders. Anglers go down on knees all the time. I usually recycle old waders and gluing on knee patches with SeamGrip to reinforce the knees. Just take some of that material you put on the gaiter instep and slap it on the knees. -PLEASE tell me you're gonna outfit some of your heavier 5 layer wader options with these rubber booties! Seriously, the new booties are gold. Put them on everything.

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