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Couldn't find much here on the Search regarding these products.
Im interested in a pair of these waist-highs as they are right for the price.
http://www.froggtoggs.com/#wading/fly_fishing/2717125/

I'm curious at to exactly what "nylon microfiber" is VS high density neoprene or other breatheable, plied-fabrics.

These look nice too...mainly for the Simms-esque chest pockets and material breakups.

http://www.froggtoggs.com/#wading/fly_fishing/2711159/

Eventhough theres no way in hell I'll be able to fish as much water this winter I i want due to means of decent transport, Id like to have a new pair of waders for those occasional tailwater trips.

LL Bean is a more traditionally trusted brand and Im also looking at these
http://www.llbean.com/llb/shop/50073?feat=1109-GN2

So-Frogg Toggs...crap or worth it?


Any responses to their Non-fishing apparel is appreciated too

Thank you for any insight.
 

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After a few years and a two different brands, dropped the cash and got me some Simms. yeah, i know...you aren't asking about them, but i can't stand buying gear every few years, so, to me, spending more up front, if possible, makes things better in the long run.

simms are great, no worries at all.
 

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Wearing my FG wading jacket as I type. I freaking LOVE it ! Waterproof, breathable, very light and has been pretty tough, this will be my 4th winter with it and it is still like new.
 

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Bought my first waders this year and were the LLBean waist highs (they were sold out on the chest waders and I just couldn't wait) Anyhow they warrenty is what sold me, and so far I love them and they have held up well for multiple trips. But again still not even a year old yet and I don't have much else to compare to.
 

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rmalling hit it on the head, but patogonia is the way to go --- I have a friend that got his for $89 the deals are out there
 

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I have a pair of the Hellbender chest waders. They are a great deal and I have not had one drop of water come in. They are tough! I used to get Hodgeman's but they sprung leaks like crazy. I've used them both wading and on my kick boat.

This a real good product and I think you will be happy.

Tim
 
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