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Old Today, 06:05 AM   #21
TJones
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I bought some of these to protect the stockingfeet: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

I use them for walking to and from the truck; and i don't wear them when I'm on the water. Shove them somewhere convenient on the bait tank or wherever.
to burn o hole through stocking foot on a brand new set of waders riding an outback.
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to burn o hole through stocking foot on a brand new set of waders riding an outback.
Oh do the hobie pedals chafe through neoprene?

#pedalproblems lol
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[QUOTE=TJones;309643]for a hot summer day to protect your skin from the sun's rays while atop a PA, after you have made it through the surf with your waders. Waders undoubtably are like wearing a trash bag and board shorts don't offer any protection from the sun. I think a big part of it, is what kind of kayak you are riding on. Is it a wet ride? Personally I prefer staying dry as possible. Try the frogg toggs hellbender stocking foot waders. They are a Amazons choice. I currently own a pair. It won't break the bank either at around 90$. Also, it is recommended to put on some sort of gravel guard or dive boot atop the wader stocking foot. This will extend the life of the wader. The dive boot should run slightly larger to fit the stocking foot booty. A good boot is around 30$. Stick with the low cuff. This will allow an easy on and off fit. 2mm boot is plenty thick.[/QUOTE
I found frogg toggs to be poor quality, tear easily.
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