These are Caddis Deluxe breathable stocking waders. The feet are double taped, glued and stitched to keep your feet warm and dry, you should purchase some boots, to protect your waders.
Always keep these two rules in mind when wading in any body of water: wade with caution, and wade with care. There are obvious and not-so-obvious dangers inherent with wading. Following these tips will help you experience a safe and enjoyable trip.
- Use a wading staff to feel the bottom before stepping.
- Never wade alone.
- Always wear waders that fit properly.
- Wear a wading belt to create a seal between your body and the wader.
- In rivers and streams, identify potential dangers down current such as waterfalls, log jams, or undertows before entering the water.
- Walk slowly, smoothly, and carefully.
Wear a personal floatation device.
- Be aware of tides, currents, and water level changes.
- If you fall, don’t panic. Don’t fight the current, work with it. Allow the current to drift you downstream as you work your body towards the bank.
- Never continue wading if your waders are full of water.