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The Redington Men's Sonic-Pro Wader Pants lives for your adventures in small creeks, high-mountain streams, and lakes. Its waist-high height makes it ideal for warm summer days when you're not in the mood to layer up but still need to protect yourself from long exposure to the frigid mountain waters.

  • High-tech Ultra Sonic Welded construction (no sew) and double taped seams throughout ensure your waders stay intact after many uses
  • Durable, waterproof nylon 3-layer fabric with an additional DWR-coating and water-resistant zippers seal out the wet and keep your baselayers super dry
  • Breathable fabric allows vapor from sweat to pass through while blocking out water
  • Articulated seams provide unrestricted mobility when you're fighting the big one
  • High-density, ergonomically shaped neoprene booties protect your feet from the wet and cold
  • An adjustable waist band and removable suspenders offer convenience and a comfortable fit
  • An internal welded storage pocket stashes your cell, dry shake, and other small essentials
  • An included mesh carry bag for convenience
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Worth every penny

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs small

Been using these waders for every fishing trip for the past 10 months. From winter nymphing in snowy CO tailwaters, to scrambling over giant granite boulders to the next hole or bush-whacking through thistles and willows- these waders have been stellar. No pinhole leaks, no tears, no problems. If layered properly, they breathe well, even in the hot summer days of CO. Definitely haven't needed the extra real estate in the chest for most of the mid-sized rivers and streams here in Colorado, but I imagine full chest waders would be useful on the larger waters. The gravel guards have held up nicely, even with all the sharp granite in May of the small Colorado streams. The waders dry quickly, inside and out, and the neoprene feet have held up beautifully. Whatever material Redington used on these waders is excellent. On the latest 4 day backcountry fishing trip, by buddy was constantly repairing tears in his patagonia waders while I sipped coffee and smiled.

The only design issue of note is the suspenders. Because of the single suspender in the back, it can cause a hotspot when moving constantly with a backpack. The pockets are water RESISTANT, not waterproof. I've always put my phone in a sealed plastic bag, and thankful that I did. The one time I submerged the pockets, I pulled my phone out and the ziplock back was soaked. Thankfully my phone wasn't. Be aware.

Awesome Sauce

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

I know that these wading pants are on their way out for the new 2014 redesign, but I am compelled to write a review on how great these pants have been. After using them hard for a few seasons in not only summer and winter I have become a firm believer in these Redington pants. They are great on a summer day and allow me to layer up like crazy on top in the winter. The best part is they are on sale now! I would not hesitate to grab these right now at this awesome price of $162. They have held up to the sharp rocks of the local PA streams that I fish. These are great to add to your wading arsenal.

I am not going to write a full review because like I said....the new 2014 model will be out soon, but these are still worth it now....the price is too good.

Most comfortable waders I've ever owned

    I have been using these wader pants since last summer and love them. They go on as easy as putting on jeans, are tough as nails, and don't get funky like neoprene. While fishermen may be the primary market, I use mine for bird & nature photography whenever I'm in a wet spot, including marshes, soggy tundra, and wet meadows. I often sit or kneel to photograph my subjects, so rubber boots won't do the trick like wader pants do.

    Most comfortable waders I've ever owned

    I'm trying to decide between the L and XL...

    I'm trying to decide between the L and XL and wear a 36 size waist but a size 12 shoe. Are the boots big enough that I could go with a L and be ok?

    Hey Aaron,

    I would go with what fits your foot, once you get them in your wading boots they will be uncomfortable if the stockings are too tight. The waist is pretty adjustable since the pants come with a waistband that you should be able to tighten to get a better fit. Hope this helps.

    What is the weight (oz) of the Redington...

    What is the weight (oz) of the Redington Sonic - Pro Wader Pant - mens in size XXL (size 14 foot)??

    Please email me