They don't sell boots though. That would be a good combo. The pants look cool
The lighter color would be much cooler in summer sun. I can’t see if the gravel guards have elastic at the bottom. I like what I see. Good job!
I've been wearing wading pants on PS beaches for a few years now. Honestly think you won't go back to regular waders if you give them a try.I haven’t fished a river going on eight years and the only thing I’d wear around my was would be a stripping basket.
I think for lakes and beaches these would work fine for my intended needs.
Bathroom breaks are less awkward.
My wading pants are just a pair of shorts. Or a pair of pants cut off at the knee. Not interested in looking like I just stepped off the show room floor.I have a pair of Redington Palix pants; they're discontinued now. I love 'em - great rain gear bottoms when I'm fishing from my pram. Often when I launch or trailer my pram - I have to get in the water - these pants and booties are easy on, easy off, light weight, not cumbersome (like waders) and - I don't need zippered waders to pee.
Thread drift, Brian: my Redington Sonic Pro's are three years old. I wear waders V pants in my float tube. I know that sooner or later the Sonic Pro's will start leaking so I'm interested in what the options are. Dryft seems like a comparable price line.