Originally Posted by ShawnQ
I used to just layer up, and throw on rain gear if I'm getting rained on or taking spray from the waves...but it seems a decent set of bibs or coveralls may be a better option.
I looked at a few at Cabela's, and I was shocked at the $300-400 price tag.
They were guide wear with goretex, and seemed a little more fancy than needed...but still, they were expensive.
Those of you who wear them - are you wearing anything other than the old school Grunden style? Anything more breathable and maybe with a few pockets?
Any input on the H2O Express 'softshell' from Academy at $99?
Just looking to add a pair to the boat for the winter time trips.
Thanks in advance,
I used the Cabela's bibs with a Parka coat both guide wear with gortex for several years both fishing and hunting. They went missing mid deer season last year. So I tried several different combo's last winter/spring and needless to say the Cabela's are worth the money and ordered some more for this winter fishing.
I hated the grundens, not sure what the appeal is.