Cabela's First Flight Breathable Hunting Waders Regular

Priced: $199.99 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Cabela's First Flight Breathable Hunting Waders Regular -
At Cabela’s we are dedicated to providing the highest-quality products at prices the average hunter can afford, and our First Flight Breathable Hunting Waders demonstrate our commitment to that goal. These are great waders for early-season hunts, and an opportunity to own premium quality waders without spending a bundle. By combining our proven and field-tested Dry-Plus® 100% waterproof and breathable membrane with a tightly woven microdenier outer fabric and 400-gram Thinsulate™ Ultra Insulation in the boots, we’ve developed a wader that keeps you both mobile and comfortable. We double-layered the knees to resist wear and included an internal zippered accessories pouch for your wallet, licenses and other valuables. A nylon H-back suspender system keeps the waders comfortably positioned on your body and is equipped with quick-release buckles. Experience in the field taught us the value of adding D-rings for the convenient attaching of shell holders or accessories. A wading belt is also included. This may just be the perfect wader for early-season hunts or milder weather – at a price to fit any hunter’s budget.
Men’s whole sizes: 8-15.
Camo pattern:Realtree MAX-4®.

Lining and Layers:

  • High-wear double-layered knees


  • 400-gram Thinsulate Ultra Insulation in the boots


  • 100% waterproof, breathable Dry-Plus membrane


  • Comfortable H-back suspender system


  • Tough microdenier outer shell
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Cabela's First Flight Breathable Hunting Waders Regular Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Great waders.....but.....

These are my first pair of breathable waders. I quickly learned they will not stretch/give the way neoprene will. They fit great when standing - but it takes a few seconds to sit comfortably on a stool without stretching the knees or busting open the backside. Very comfortable while walking - all my buddies were sweating in their 5mm's....and I was very comfortable. I only gave it four stars because the straps could be longer. They're just long enough for me - and I'm only 5'11, 200lbs. Ended up having to lengthen them - but they work great now!! I keep them a little loose so its easier to pull the waders down so I can sit or bend down.
CheezheadBrian at Cabelas on 10/23/2013

A good buy

These waders are warm and comfortable and they do not leak. I have used them for duck hunting, cleaning a culvert that beavers clogged with sticks, and for moving floating docks around. The material seems quite tough.
ducksanddog at Cabelas on 01/27/2011

Good so far

I used these for two hunts, then it got cold, so I went back to my neoprens. Comfortable so far.
Rodwaterfowler at Cabelas on 11/19/2013

Negative Reviews:

poor design, good customer service

I have bought several types of breathable waders over the years, including several from Cabelas. I bought the First Flight waders near the end of duck season last year (January 2013) because they did not have the Dry-Plus in stock. If you do a lot of walking like I do the seams rub together and start to wear out quickly. I used them about 2 weeks in January, and two weeks in November and they started leaking badly. I called Cabelas and got good service; they gave me full credit towards a new pair of Dry-Plus waders, shipped those to me first, then I returned the First Flight in the box they sent. The Dry-plus waders have the seams on the outside of the legs so they don't rub together. I would recommend spending the extra money on the Dry-plus waders, especially if you do more than just a tiny amount of walking.
jrabq at Cabelas on 12/18/2013