Caddis Northern Guide Ultralite Wading Shoe Caddis_Waders_Northern_Guide_Ultralite_Boots.jpg
MSRP: Boots: $79.99 no studs, $99.99 with studs
We put these boots to the test in all kinds of trail- and stream conditions in 2013 and they performed near flawlessly, making them a sure choice for the rotation going forward. Lightweight and offered with a speed-lacing system, it’s a top-quality boot at an affordable price.


Chota Caney Fork Wading Boot Chota_Caney_Fork.jpg
MSRP: $164.95
Chota’s Caney Fork wading boot is a versatile boot easily adapted to different trail and water conditions.  The removable liner and insole allow room for waders, and the molded heel counter features a “kick-off” plate for quick removal.  Optional steel or carbide cleats mean this boot is ready to take you where you want to go.

Alaskan Hardgear Kenai River Jacket AlaskanHardgearKenaiJacket.jpg
MSRP: $99.99
The Kenai River Jacket from Alaskan Hardgear is a 100% waterproof, breathable jacket with taped seams and fly-box sized cargo pockets, making it an ideal on-the-water companion for season-long use in the 49th state.

Chota Hippies Chota_Hippies_thumb.jpg
MSRP: $129.95
Sometimes you need a hip wader, sometimes you need a knee-high wading sock and at other times you need something in between, and that’s exactly what you get with the all-in-one Chota Hippies. These convertible wading socks feature a three-millimeter neoprene stocking foot attached to a three-ply breathable laminate upper with an adjustable drawstring at the top for a secure fit at any height. The Hippies also have a built-in cinch strap just below the knee to help keep the socks in place and help prevent flooding just in case you go in a little too deep.

Caddis Northern Guide Front Zipper Stockingfoot Waders CaddisZipUp.jpg
MSRP: $239.99
The Northern Guide Wader by Caddis features a reinforced knee and seat, two large zippered front pockets and a long relief zipper, which extends from the top of the chest down to the crotch.