I also like size 14-15 boot feet for colder weather... once the size gets bigger than 12,it seems like choices go way down. I wear stocking foot neoprene hip boots inside my waders, then turn them inside out to dry at camp each night. If the hippers are really damp, they go in my sleeping bag overnight. That way, even after hunting/camping for 14 days, my feet are dry and warm. I like stocking foot waders for warm early season duck hunts. I camp out for days, and turn those stocking foot inside out each night, for dry waders the next morning. Stocking foot are also more compact for bush plane flights. The meat pole photo above, I was wearing stocking feet waders... nice to have on a moose hunt where the bull may die in water down low, yet compact in a backpack hunting the ridges in leather boots.