Drake Breathable Waders

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Drake Breathable Waders

Postby marionfd708 » Tue Jan 03, 2017 9:13 am

Hey guys, Trying to get anyone's opinion about these waders. I am in need for some new and was wondering if they were worth the money or not?


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Re: Drake Breathable Waders

Postby Lbh5582 » Tue Jan 03, 2017 9:17 am

dont know about drake but i got a pair of breathable the other day from Rodgers sporting goods. I have not used them yet but they seem nice for the price I paid.
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Re: Drake Breathable Waders

Postby rebelduckaholic » Tue Jan 03, 2017 10:24 am

Not sure about Drake but I haven't bought a pair of neoprene waders in a while. Breathable only way to go
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Re: Drake Breathable Waders

Postby Drakeshead » Tue Jan 03, 2017 10:25 am

Field Supply and Wing Supply had 2015 Macks PW breathable chest waders on sale a few months back. I ordered a pair, along with hip waders. Cost was $109 for chest waders, and $99, I think, for the hip waders.

I just checked on Field Supply and they are showing to be $119.98. MSRP $299.99. There will not be a brand name listed, just "Buck Brush Breathable 1000g Waders". These are last years Macks PW waders.
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Re: Drake Breathable Waders

Postby mallardchaser » Tue Jan 03, 2017 8:06 pm

I got the banded insulated breathables this year. By far the most comfy waders ever. I'd buy the uninsulated ones. Feels like wearing the old down long underwear bottoms..
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Re: Drake Breathable Waders

Postby Matt S » Wed Jan 04, 2017 9:38 am

Everyone in my group has the breathable waders now. Most have the banded. Me and a couple others have the lacrosse ones. Everyone has been happy with them so far. My son tried the drake ones on but decided on the lacrosse instead.
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Re: Drake Breathable Waders

Postby Bent Barrel » Fri Jan 06, 2017 11:25 am

I got a pair for Christmas. I really like them, however I think the boot runs a little big.

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