Customer Reviews Of:
Itasca Marshlight Waders - Insulated, Bootfoot (For Men)
Closeouts. Move easily to your blind in Columbia Sportswear's Marshlight waders. They're made of breathable taslon up top, and have 1000g Thinsulate® Ultra insulation in the rubber bootfoot.
Average Rating based on 6 reviews 3.666666 0 5
Reviewed by Mad dog from Texas on Sunday, December 8, 2013These waders are great. Lightweight yet completely waterproof. Great value.
Reviewed by Bocephus from Montana on Sunday, December 1, 2013Good overall concept, not so great execution. Waders have a surprisingly short inseam and this is coming from a guy who buys the shortest pant length available typically. The short inseam cut is restrictive while the waders are still baggy somehow- poor design here. Just above the ankles there is a problem area where the waterproof/breathable material meets the boot. The edge of this seam is incredibly harsh and will cut right into your leg if you don't have an extra set of leg warmers there to specifically prevent this. My pair also leaked at this area after one trip and were returned. So it goes.
Reviewed by johnnycheapshot from Linden,CA on Thursday, August 8, 2013Wow just over $100 for a great pair of waders. I could have spent a lot more but Sierra offers great products at great prices. I especially like the free shipping. They have two sets of shotgun shell holders on the front outside of the waders which is a plus when the shooting is good.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Lucy from Brandon, MS on Tuesday, December 11, 2012Purchased for my son to begin duck hunting. He loves them. Top quality Thinsulate.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by D2Dogs from Dallas, TX on Monday, November 26, 2012These are very good, warm weather waders. The pockets are nice, even has a nice inside the wader pocket for a cell phone. Remember, these non neoprene waders aren't built for warmth, so if you get in cold water, your legs will be cold. I would have given these 5 stars, but the sizing is just slightly big. I'm 6 feet 175 lbs and they were just a bit baggy in the mid section. Perfect if you are a slightly bigger person though.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Rambler from Pennsylvania on Friday, September 7, 2012Bought these for early duck season when it is too warm for neoprene. As long as they are durable, they should work great.
- Best Uses: Early Season Duck Hunting