Category: Waders

Orvis Men’s Ultralight Convertible Wader Review

A fair part of a backpacker angler’s life involves moving around with their luggage on their backs because their fishing lives depend on it. Packing extremely light will make your journeys less burdensome and more fun. But what you pack will determine your bag’s overall weight, your walking or trekking pace, and how much energy

Orvis Men’s Clearwater Waders – Value and Function

Winter is here and in the middle of a pandemic where lockdowns and social distancing are the norms, stepping out to fly fish with your buddies isn’t a consideration. Better safe than sorry! We at ChuckingFluff are taking as much time to review gears and equipment that are proving to challenge the throne. We settle

Simms G3 Guide Riparian Camo Stockingfoot Waders

Somewhere in 2018, the legend of all times released a new addition into the G3 Guide collection. The Simms G3 Guide Riparian Camo Stockingfoot Waders gives the first impression of style, environmental compatibility, and comfort. These look comfortable enough like your go-for pajamas and this isn’t a marketing BS. Once you wear them, you will

Patagonia Spring River Chest Waders for Women Review

We love to hear from the horse’s mouth. ‘’Designed by women for fellow women,’’ these were words from Mark Harbaugh of Patagonia. If you have been or are in the textile industry, it is obvious that there is more practicality in that phrase. This is one of the short and punchy statements that describe the

Simms Freestone Zip Stockingfoot Waders Review

Legends in the fly fishing industry are making anglers’ lives easier and fun. Outdoor activities are more interesting to engage in if you are donned in the right gear. The same you wouldn’t step out in summer all wrapped up in fur or heavy woolen attire is the same way you can’t fly fish in

Orvis Mens Pro Breathable Wader Review

Any fly fisher who is a gear junkie will love to review their equipment and apparel. For potential buyers, this is a relief as there are numerous customer thoughts online to help with product selection. For the brands, this is a check-up point for improvements or overhauls. If you have fished longer, there is a

Simms Freestone Stockingfoot Waders Review

Must you spend $600 and more on breathable waders? Not really. If you have that much to dedicate to shopping for one or two then feel free. What if you are an angler on a budget? Do you still run for the rubber or neoprene waders? For now, in the era of breathability and incomparable

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