Do you know how it feels to step on red hot charcoal with bare feet? Excruciating, right? The reverse happens if you land your hands on Redington apparel, especially their selection of breathable waders. The experience is beyond expectation and keeps blowing you more surprises with each wading session.
Just like the Palix and Sonic Pro, the Redington Crosswater Wader is a perfect example of affordability, great workmanship, functionality, and durability. The Crosswater has strived to live up to the brand’s reputation hence the immense love from anglers from all corners.
No one objects to other types of weathers but breathable waders rank first on best fly fishing waders for comfort and performance. Whether you plan on angling in summer or winter, breathability is a crucial aspect to consider as you make your choice. Neoprene might serve you well but not better than what the likes of HDZ and Sonic Dry would.
Polyester as the main material used in construction results in very lightweight and packable waders. Surprisingly, they need very little room for storage. It is a bonus to you if you plan on combing bushes along the streams or hiking to your fishing hole. Above the 3-layer fabric construction, Redington uses the Durable Water Repellent finish (DWR) which is a fluoropolymer treatment that prevents the entry of moisture but allows has moisture-wicking properties to leave you cool, dry, and warm.