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What size chest waders do I need?

What size chest waders do I need?

Men’s Bootfoot Chest Wader

US Size Largest Girth (Chest, Waist, or Hip) Inseam
10 40″-45″ 30″-33″
11 42″-48″ 31″-34″
12 43″-50″ 32″-35″
13 46″-54″ 33″-37″

Are waders supposed to fit tight?

The important thing is to ensure they don’t feel too loose or tight when moving. It’s better to be slightly too big than slightly too small. However, keep in mind that if you plan on fishing in cooler water then know that because of its larger size you’ll lose insulation much quicker because it’s so baggy.

How do I choose chest waders?

The Big Three. The three most important considerations to make when selecting a fishing wader are the comfort, durability and breathability. Every product will fit differently, so don’t plan on finding your one size across all brands.

What is king size in waders?


Chest/Waist 68″ 68”
Outseam 59.5″ 59.5″
Inseam 38″ 40″

Do you wear clothes under waders?

Whether it’s a long hike in through the snow or baking in the sun on a hot summer day, you get hot in waders. Wearing clothing underneath waders that breathes and wicks moisture away from the skin is key.

Are waders one size fits all?

Brands that only offer a standard size upper often try to be a one size fits all, a brand that offers tall and stout sizes beyond the regular size most likely will have a better fit for your body type.

Do you go barefoot in waders?

Shoes and sandals – Warmer temps welcome almost bare feet. A good pair of wading sandals or shoes can be worn both in the water and from the shore or boat. For the remainder of the year, you are going to want to focus more around the base layers and thermals we have on offer.

What does MK mean in waders?

G3 Guide Stockingfoots Size Chart

Men’s Sizes Largest Girth (chest, waist * or hips) Inseam* (crotch to floor)
MK 41″ – 42″ 33″ – 34″
MKS 41″ – 42″ 29″ – 30″
ML 39″ – 40″ 35″ – 36″
L (9 – 11) 43″ – 44″ 33″ – 34″

What size is stout in waders?

STOUT (Mens) The “Stout” size is also a very common size and was designed for someone who is average height with a stockier build. Generally speaking, someone whose height is between 5’5″ and 6’0″ who wears around an x-large to xx-large t-shirt fits comfortably in a “Stout”.