|03-12-2005 07:19 PM|
Yes, Lousiana water is warm but I will be in Idaho when I'm wearing the waders.
Thanks for the input everyone. I'll be wearing socks.
|03-04-2005 05:29 PM|
|gunner||Isn't the water in Louisiana a little warm for waders? Being from Maine, I would be wet wading Otherwise, the responses you've gotten work up here too.|
|02-27-2005 01:07 PM|
|Paxton||Dear Striperstriper.............thanks for providing #4 and with out a doubt, THE most important reason to wear socks.....it's just the sportsmanship way of protecting the flats environment.|
|02-27-2005 10:04 AM|
|striperstripper||Hey Paxton,I always wear a pair of socks with stockingfoot waders,not only for the ease of removal,but it also keeps the stink down|
|02-26-2005 07:29 PM|
Definetly socks. I use 2 pairs: one thin specialized wick away (moisture) sock under a good heavier synthetic or wool sock. The rationale: 1. stops the problem you are experiencing; 2. dry skin ='s warm skin; 3. if you do a lot of walking, with 2 pairs, you will never get blisters.
|02-26-2005 07:24 PM|
Its not a wet suit.
I always wear socks in my waders.
|02-26-2005 06:51 PM|
Getting Stocking Foot Waders Off
I just purchased a pair of breathable stocking foot waders. In practice I have a difficult time getting the stocking foot off my bare foot. I don't want to rip the neoprene and I am concerned my current technique will do that over time. Should I wear a thin sock? Talcum powder? What do the experienced people do?
Thanks for your thoughts.