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I am looking for a good pair of waders for duck hunting. Should i get neoprene, if so, what thickness. Should i get stockingfoot

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  • I am looking for a good pair of waders for duck hunting. Should i get neoprene, if so, what thickness. Should i get stockingfoot

    I am looking for a good pair of waders for duck hunting. Should i get neoprene, if so, what thickness. Should i get stockingfoot or a boot foot. Whick Would be warmer. What kind of socks and undergarments should i wear under them.

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    Personally mine are boot foot. Get it 1/2 to one size larger than your foot so that it will still fit when wearing a few pairs of thick socks(plus it will be more comfortable). Underneath wear multiple layers: long johns, under armour, that kind of stuff. Remember you can always take layers off so dont be afraid to put that extra layer on. As far as thickness goes I believe it will say what temperatures they are meant for so check the tag. Remember the stocking ones mean you need to buy a pair of boots to wear over them, so know that if you go with them you will be investing even more money into a pair of boots.

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      The thicker the neoprene the better I bought some redheads last year that were 8mil which was a surprise to me I thought 5mil was the thickest. Anyhow stay away from 3mil unless your hunting temps above 25 degrees and don't care about getting holes in them, not only that if you get 5mil or larger you don't have to wear as much clothing and definately buy larger than you need.

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