Introducing the new Delta Wader Collection from Sitka Gear

Discussion in 'The Duck Hunters Forum' started by pentail, Jul 25, 2018.

  1. RTIC

    RTIC Senior Refuge Member

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    My Macks fit me great almost too big. I wish other companys would help out the taller bigger guys though.
     
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  2. Wareagle1

    Wareagle1 Elite Refuge Member

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    If they only had size 14 boots!:h
     
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  3. Montauker

    Montauker Elite Refuge Member

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    I mocked these a week or ago, and the price is very prohibitive but may be part of a smart business plan (offsets returns, defects, replacements of which the anticipate a bunch).

    The video has me more intrigued that I expected.

    Sitka stands behind every product they make. Damage due to wear and tear will be repaired at a reasonable cost. Manufacturer’s defects covered by warranty are the following seam failure, leaking seam, separating zipper, seam tape issue, any stitching issues de-lamination issues and boot separation.
     
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    mpkowal Elite Refuge Member

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    You laugh,if waterfowl hunters hold true to form ,they will sell many of these.
    Remember Corn scent,Strings of wings,etc.
     
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    marshmob Elite Refuge Member

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    Out of my price range but they do put together a great ad.

    Holy heck I forgot all about string of wings!
     
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  6. num70

    num70 Elite Refuge Member

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    I just can't bring myself to spend a G on waders and then have to pay for "wear and tear" repairs. Any self-respecting returns department is going to call just about anything "wear and tear" and I'm going to be charged a repair price that they deem "reasonable"? I can buy 3 (or more, if I really shop around) pairs of waders for that and toss them when "wear and tear" necessitates that I start a new pair.
    I'm not opposed to high dollar items. I have some silly expensive saltwater reels. But I can do most repairs to those and when I can't those manufacturers have a price list describing each repair and what it costs.

    To each their own. I hope they sell a lot of waders and I hope they are really revolutionary. It'll raise the bar for everybody.
     
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  7. jcneng

    jcneng Senior Refuge Member

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    No size 14? WTH? How warm is the boot? How does it compare to a 1200 or 1600 gram insulated wader boot?
     
  8. markd

    markd Elite Refuge Member

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    Someone needs to figure out a way to mold a single piece of thin, breathable, tough and flexible material with no seams into the shape of a wader....and make it really inexpensive.....
     
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    spaightlabs Elite Refuge Member

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    "waterfowls are renowned for their abuse and neglect of product".

    Welp, they clearly understand their audience.
     
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  10. Troller

    Troller Senior Refuge Member

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    IF you don't buy sitka waders you can't feel good about posting selfies.
     
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