Hodgman Redstone No-Slip Chest Waders
Exactly what I needed to rake aquadic weeds and grass around my dock
May 9, 2013
Right out of the box first Time wearing them they leaked from foot to crotch. Legs filled up with air making it feel as if your legs and feet were trying to float away. The boots felt great until you got into the water. They collapsed around my feet hurting my toes.
May 2, 2013
HUGE! Not for a slender guy! 200 pounds and up only!
The boot itself wasn't very nice, to tight around the ankle. The material was very nice but a size 10 boot, the wader is HUGE! I'm right around 145 pounds and 6 foot tall, this waders made me look like a sack of potato's. My father tried them on as well, he is 6 foot tall, but right around 220 pounds, there still to big.
April 24, 2013
Boots are garbage
Nice waders but the boot will cut you up on your ankles and leg if pants are not between the leg and boot. Usually your pants ride up so you have to really work the pant leg back down or wear under armor to allow it to slide back down.
The ankle in the boot gets cut and you need to double or triple up your socks. I bandage my ankles to create a barrier.
Good but be prepared
April 15, 2013
Easy to put on. Keeps me dry while waterfowling. Good price.
January 29, 2013
Nice waders, light weight, can maneuver in them nice. It's a great product BUT the only thing that is bad with it is....
the boot is tight around the ankles, I have skinny legs and ankles...it rubbed the skin off causing me to suffer a week or more trying to walk with my regular sneakers on. I had to put neosporin on the wound, band aids and medical tape to create a barrier from more friction and injury.
There is a warning in the box and it shows a way to stretch the boot part out a little to soften the area up. I did that and it did help a little bit.
So the advice is...if you buy these, take the extra steps to break the ankle part in a little by stretching/bending the area and wear thick socks or use common sense to keep your ankles from getting torn apart.
Aside from this flaw, Yes I would buy this again
January 4, 2013
waterproof and good quality
great product. problem with top of the boot rubbing the skin raw. need really thick socks underneath
December 19, 2012
This product was okay...
I got these waders in the early fall of 2011 and used them all throughout the year. I eventually came into a leak early march...but it was my fault. Id say these waders are more for warm water angling... if you use them in the winter make sure you layer up. Also the boots were not bad but would rub against my leg. Make sure when buying these to get a bigger size so you can layer up on socks. Overall id recommend these to anyone who goes out everyone once in a while, they'll do just fine.
November 25, 2012
do not buy
wore these boots twice,they rubbed my leg raw, got infected.now have to take them back to store, only the receipt is in erie, 300mile round trip,going back to stockingfoot waders.
October 17, 2012
Past Waders I have owned leaked almost from day 1, and did not have the useful tread of these boots. Cheaper boots I've worn had a very strong aroma of PVC and other toxins but these boots are almost odor free. An excellent, very useful product.
September 29, 2012