Rated 1 out of 5 by KlassZlady Not What They Said They Would Be
I bought two pair for my Grandsons. These are the only ones we could find to fit as they are
6'4" tall but on the thin side. Boots run at least a size bigger than you wear. Heels need extra padding In them. Falling apart at the seams literally.
Worn two times and has small separation over one knee.
No hand warmer pocket or belt.
High price for such poor quality. Very disappointed.
November 22, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by r3dl3g not what i expected
i purchased these not 3 weeks ago and went duck hunting in them 5 times, yesterday i noticed the material around the suspenders is torn, waiting on the warranty section of the company to be open. until then highly dissapointed.
November 2, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by NYDuckHunter Lasted only one season
I purchased these last fall for the nov opener, wore them probably 7-10x through the season, and then 3x this sept goose season. Well, this past weekend while duck hunting in Maine I found that the left side leaked, and the 2nd day the right side started to leak as welI.
I expect a good quality wader to last atleast 2 years, and dont get me wrong Im a swamp hunter so I use my waders well, Im also someone who takes care of their things, so to have these fail after one season is very disappointing to me.
Im investing in a Cabelas brand pair now.
October 6, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by stupiddriver Comfortable for all day use. Great Quality,
This is my second pair. very comfortable for all day use. Proline has a great warranty and stand behind their products. Craftsmanship is first rate. has plenty of features including large pouch and soft double padded knees.
September 4, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by CWard33 You wont be disappointed
Purchased these for a November duck hunting trip. Had previously borrowed a buddy's pair of Cabela's brand. These are just as good and about $50 cheaper! I even had a $20 off a $100 Dick's coupon! Solid quality!
November 15, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by cornsnakekeeper these waders have been great!
These have been great. I have worn them a few different times in pretty cold water and was plenty warm with just a thin pair of pants and thermal socks. i have fallen and caught myself before they got water in them , sure glad for the snug fit.
October 30, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Jonny Seem to work ok
Got these for the price and they seem to work as expected for what I paid. I'm 6'2" 200lbs and the size 12 are a little tight but useable. Boots seem big for the size but I plan on wearing heavy socks. No leakes on the inside but the pouch leaks like a sieve so I can't put anything in there. I think they'll get me by for a couple of seasons and I can't ask for more than that in the price range they were in.
October 9, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by JoeWalleye Fine except for a leak
After 7 rather comfortable hours using these river wading for walleye in late fall mid-thirties weather. I take them off to realize they leak slightly in the crotch seams after just the first use. I'm taking them right back. I'm 5'10" 170 and wore thin fleece pants and long johns with a size 12 pair and they were still rather tight in the crotch. I would suggest finding some waders with a single piece of fabric around the crotch because moving around, bending and sitting puts a lot of strain on the stitching.
November 12, 2011
Rated 2 out of 5 by 2GunMatty Just ok
Just got today for duck hunting. The boots are definitely thin for supposedly being insulated. The pattern is not what it looks like on the this site or the box. It says max 4 but it's really a blend of mossy oak and max 4. The ducks probably wont' care though. Kind of tight in the crotch area and I'm 6 foot I don't have a gut or bubble butt! [*]. Seems like quality stitching and built to last a few years. still debating whether to return or not.
October 16, 2011