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There are 4 principal materials used for making hip, waist and chest fly fishing waders: Rubber, nylon, neoprene and breathable membrane
(Gore-Tex or similar).

Now that we've covered the three different types of fly fishing waders, it is necessary to look at the different materials/styles of waders available. By styles, we mean what the fishing wader is made out of that keeps the angler dry. Basically, fly fishing waders are made out of two different materials these days - neoprene or specialized breathable fabrics (such as gore-tex or dri-plus). Each are covered separately below.

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SILVER LABEL WAIST HIGH WADER
Wear the Silver Label² Waist High Stockingfoot Waders when hippers aren’t enough. An extremely comfortable way to fish.
These fly fishing waders are suitable for most fishing and wading situations. This waist-high wader design provides fly fishermen with a practical model that is less bulky to pack. Orvis’ exclusive Silver Label Waist High Fishing Waders provide you with a nice alternative to regular chest high waders and will add versatility to your fly fishing outfit. Stocking foot fishing waders in regular, short and tall sizes.

  • These fishing waders have an adjustable nylon belt, which threads through belt loops.
  • Anatomically shaped, left and right foot wader booties.
  • Attached neoprene wader gravel guards.



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    Bootfoot waders are fly fishing waders that extend from the foot of the angler up to the anglers chest. On these fishing waders, the boot is permanently attached to the wader. Having the boot attached to the wader allows the angler to avoid having to buy separate wading boots. The drawback is that bootfoot waders are heavier in overall weight (since the boot is attached), more bulky, and also somewhat more difficult to get into than other fly fishing wader types. They also lack the ability to take the boot off and use them separately.

    Bootfoot waders are fly fishing waders that extend from the foot of the angler up to the anglers chest. On these fishing waders, the boot is permanently attached to the wader. Having the boot attached to the wader allows the angler to avoid having to buy separate wading boots. The drawback is that bootfoot waders are heavier in overall weight (since the boot is attached), more bulky, and also somewhat more difficult to get into than other fly fishing wader types. They also lack the ability to take the boot off and use them separately.