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Wader problem.

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I just got a new pair of waders for an early birthday gift and they leak a lot . They are the Hodgman Pipestone breathable booted. They were not cheap $189.99. The local B&T issued me a refund no problem. 



 



 I'm hearing that lot of people have leaky waders, some right out of the box. So the question is does any company have a better track record than the others?



 



I checked around and the other B&Ts don't have anything in size 13. That means LL Bean or Cabellas. What do you recommend ?



 



Thanks


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I switched over to LL BEAM for their quality and lifetime warranty - no questions asked! My breathable 's were $120.00. Hope this helps. I had a leak in my boot and went right to the outlet store in Mr. LAAutel and just grabbed a new pair.

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I switched over to LL BEAM for their quality and lifetime warranty - no questions asked! My breathable 's were $120.00. Hope this helps. I had a leak in my boot and went right to the outlet store in Mr. LAAutel and just grabbed a new pair.

 

Thanks I'll check them out.

 

 

 

 

 

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Lou do yourself a favor and try to find something in L.L. Bean. They are a pleasure to deal with and return items with little or no questions. I've been using them for years with great satisfaction until last year when they stopped making the waders I use of theirs.


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Lou do yourself a favor and try to find something in L.L. Bean. They are a pleasure to deal with and return items with little or no questions. I've been using them for years with great satisfaction until last year when they stopped making the waders I use of theirs.

 

Thanks Chief. I was just on their site. The Flyweight II looks good. I think I will go with them.

 

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