Customer Reviews Of:
Allen Co. Madison Breathable Convertible Waders - Stockingfoot (For Men)

Closeouts. Named for the majestic Madison river that flows through Yellowstone National Park, Allen Co.'s Madison convertible stockingfoot waders have a waterproof breathable membrane and easily convert from chest height to waist height.

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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by larry from north carolina on Saturday, April 26, 2014
    wore these for hours no leaks fit great
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Maurice the trout fisher from New Zealand on Tuesday, April 15, 2014
    Delayed with feedback till item was field tested.

    This item was worn as chest and as waist waders, as per item description.

    The stocking fet are a easy fit = not too long like many other manufacturers.
    The membrane fabric seems to be rsistant to the occassional pin prick,
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Fisher Frank from Montana on Friday, April 11, 2014
    I just got these a couple of weeks ago. Haven't had a chance to fish in them, but have been in the water twice with them and they perform just as they should. No leaks. The fit is good and they are comfortable.
  • Reviewed by kylethefishslayer from Michigan on Thursday, April 3, 2014
    Overall good fit and feel. But the straps definitely need to be modified. When in the full length the straps are really loose. They need to have a couple of patches of Velcro sown in higher up the strap.
  • Reviewed by Boris from Kansas on Wednesday, April 2, 2014
    I haven't had them in the water yet, but the quality looks o.k. to the eye. I got Large, and the stocking-feet seem about right for my size 10 feet, but the length is really too much for me--pulled up to full length, they're almost a wedgie. And the suspenders are the right length for waist high, but I cannot figure out how to adjust them to accommodate chest high length--the leather plate where the single strap joins the over-the-shoulder straps rides up onto my neck if I shorten the front straps enough not to have several inches of slack. I'll use these, because they were so cheap, but I'm going to have to invest in a different set of suspenders to use them as chest-high waders.
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