Allen Brule River Bootfoot Chest Waders with Cleated Soles
- Cleated soles with 2-ply upper
- Rugged nylon construction is lighter than rubber
- Adjustable web suspenders
- Drawstring top
- Lightweight, comfortable, and dry.
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The Brule River Bootfoot Cleated Waders are made with rugged nylon fabric that is a great alternative to rubber because they are lighter and more comfortable to wear. With cleated soles and two-ply upper fabric, these waders also feature adjustable web suspenders and a drawstring top.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 15.45 x 12.05 x 5.2 inches; 5 Pounds
- Item model number : 11867
- Department : Unisex-adult
- Date First Available : January 4, 2011
- Manufacturer : The Allen Company
- ASIN : B004I8LE9G
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- #431 in Fishing Boots & Waders
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Get some insoles for the boots, pretty bare in the boots.
The material is a fairly light nylon that is coated with PVC. It appears to be identical to the material on one of my air mattresses. An air bed or waterbed patch kit would probably do the job on these as well.
Can't testify as to whether they are watertight. We still have ice on the rivers and I think FILLING waders with water stresses them in ways they aren't meant to be stresses.
At this point in time, I am happy with quality/price ratio. I look forward to breaking them in soon. They'll get 5 stars if I'm still dry after first day out with the flyrod.
The nylon fabric kind of feels cheap, but hasn't been an issue thus far climbing around rocky terrain and being in and out of briar patches.