About Redington SonicDry Waders - Stockingfoot (For Men)
Closeouts. Redington's SonicDry waders deliver top-tier breathability and functionality for extended fishing sessions. Surgeshell waterproof breathable fabric features ultra-sonic welded construction and 37.5 technology to help speed moisture evaporation.
Specs about Redington SonicDry Waders - Stockingfoot (For Men)
- Fabric: 100% nylon
- Care: Hand wash, hang dry
- Made in China
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Redington Mens Size Chart
|S||35 - 37||30 - 31||7 - 8|
|M-Short||39 - 41||30 - 31||8 - 10|
|M||39 - 41||30 - 32||8 - 10|
|M-Long||39 - 41||32 - 34||9 - 11|
|M-King||43 - 45||30 - 32||8 - 10|
|L-Short||43 - 45||30 - 32||9 - 11|
|L (9-11)||43 - 45||32 - 34||9 - 11|
|L (12-13)||43 - 45||32 - 34||12 - 13|
|L-Long||43 - 45||34 - 36||10 - 12|
|L-King||46 - 48||32 - 34||9 - 11|
|XL-Short||47 - 49||30 - 32||10 - 12|
|XL||47 - 49||32 - 34||10 - 12|
|XXL||51 - 53||32 - 34||12 - 13|
Note: Measurements in inches.
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by RussRuss from New Jersey on Saturday, December 9, 2017I've had two pairs of size Large/short sonicdry waders and they are phenomenal. My second pair has lasted 3 years of fishing 120 plus days a year. These are amazing waders, however the ones being sold here on Sierra as a Large/short have a size 7-8 boot foot. These sonicdry waders on Sierra are manufactured wrong.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by mnpup from Montana on Friday, April 14, 2017I'm 6'2" 195lbs with a sz 12 shoe and I purchased the sz XL SonicDry Waders. I've worn them out twice and they fit great. The booties are a tad snug but I think I could still wear a pair of wool socks if needed.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Adil X from Istanbul on Friday, October 21, 2016I know the product from lots of reviews. After reading all reviews I bought one. The product is really good. Sizing is perfect for me (MS), but if your shoe size is 10 (My shoes are 9) probably the socks will be a bit tight.
Reviewed by BlackRock from Seattle on Wednesday, October 5, 2016These are my first breathable waders with booties. I've got about a dozen days on the river in them and love them. I spent all day fishing the Klickitat and never really broke a sweat in them. They really breath well compared to some of my other "breathable" rain gear. I'm also a short guy so I got lucky when STP had these in exactly my size. Fit is great!
I'm giving them 4 stars for a couple reasons. First are the pockets. Good pockets but they are ALL in the chest area and all overlap. So if you toss things into one pocket and then another and another before you know it you've got piles of stuff stacked on top of one another and a huge amount of bulk.
You basically have to decide what you really need with you and choose which of the pockets you are going to use. You can't really use more than two of the pockets at any one point and time without creating too much bulk. I'd have like to see a bit more lateral separation or vertical separation in the different pockets so that I could spread out the stuff I carry across my chest and more to the sides. I imagine a pack or separate bag will solve that as it's really just a minimal issue.
The second problem I had was the loop of cord tied into the strap for your forceps. I lost my forceps on day one when the cord fell out... I found them a few hours later on the shore luckily, but was annoyed that the knot from the factory was so poor it came out and nearly cost me my forceps. I tied it back on and put a real knot in them and they've been perfect since.
Overall super dry, very breathable. The socks are comfy and fit my feet well. The shoulder straps adjust perfectly and the waist belt is very comfy. I can see using these waders for many years to come.
Reviewed by Rocky mountain rambler from Colorado on Thursday, July 14, 2016Redington made a great pair of waders. Unfortunately, it seems that these should be marked as 2nds based on the foot sizing. I ordered the larges, which are supposed to have a foot size of 9-11. I wear a 10.5 usually, but these had my toes curled up when I tried them on with a thin sock. I wouldn't have been able to get a heavy wool sock on for wading in cooler water. So if you have smaller feet, they will probably work for you, but they felt like they were probably a size 7-9, instead of 9-11. Maybe I just got a weird pair. Sierra was great about the return!
Question & Answer
Questions about this product? Get answers from community and staff experts.
“What is the weight of the XL wader.
Is the material tougher than the sonic pro or is it the same as the Sonic pro”
Weight of the size XL wader is 2 lbs. 14oz. material is pretty much the same.
“How many layers are the sonic dry waders
Is a membrane used to provide the breathable waterproofing.
If I have an inseam of 30-31 should I order that size of wader or should I order a longer inseam to alow tolerence for kneeling , sitting, etc.”
No idea how many layers the material is, but they are absolutely waterproof. Unless you put a hook through them or fall on your knees repeatedly like I have. A big of aqua seal has kept them dry though. Also comfy in warmer temps. They breathe extremely well.
I'm 5'6.5" or so and wear 30x30 jeans up to 32x32 which are usually too long. I got the "Short" version of these and they fit me absolutely perfect. Hope that Helps