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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Value for Money Waders

    Quote Originally Posted by breathnach View Post
    Thanks Nigel. I remember hearing about those Bison waders a while ago. Certainly great value. You reckon they are good quality?
    Excellent quality and the best bit - you can buy almost 3 pairs with your budget !

    Nigel
    If it doesn't fit, use a bigger hammer!

  2. #12
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    Default Re: Value for Money Waders

    Quote Originally Posted by Brit in a Bothy View Post
    Excellent quality and the best bit - you can buy almost 3 pairs with your budget !

    Nigel
    Very very tempted. What are the boots like? Will the waders fit comfortably over any boot or are they very much designed to go with the Bison boots?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisesox View Post
    Highly recommend Visions Keeper Waders and Vision Keeper boots both will cost you between 120-150 depending on where you shop of course. Visions Keeper wader are comfortable to wear way to get on and unlike most budget waders they are a 4 layer material. I've had a set for a while now used regularly and have not disappointed me.

    Cheers chrisesox. The vision waders seem to be good value. I know the quality will be good as it is with all Vision stuff. I guess I'm just intrigued to know how good these Bisons are because they are at a heck of a price.

  3. #13
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    Default Re: Value for Money Waders

    bison waist waders a very good value I pay 75 there light weight comfy and also double up as waterproofs when boat fishing

  4. #14
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    Default Re: Value for Money Waders

    Its gotta be the Bisons. If I go for boots as well, which should I go for? The Bearclaw or regular boots?

  5. #15
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    Default Re: Value for Money Waders

    My mate has a pair of Bisons, which I think he got on my recommendation - between 2 & 3 seasons old, and still going strong. Show up peat stains from the lakes we fish though - so he does look like he's shat himself. Still - who cares? haha. I will definitely be buying Bison's when I need a new pair.

    Currently I have a pair of Grey GRXi and they are very good.
    Last edited by Dunk; 21-07-2013 at 04:39 PM.

  6. #16
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    Default Re: Value for Money Waders

    Despite it being my second season and some expensive kit, I still use the 25 bisons that are recommended for the servants that clean your moat or some such. In the recent hot weather they soak your clothes but only notice this when back at the car, that's despite active small-streaming. The boots are as firm as a pair of socks so they not for big boulder streams. I shall get some decent boots and the waders that go with them because of the terrain I am getting into but, in the main, waders is just one of the label things. Bit like designer handbags
    Growing old disgracefully!

  7. #17
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    Default Re: Value for Money Waders

    Beryl, are you using the breathable waders, or are you sayings it's sweat? Or leaks?

  8. #18
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    Default Re: Value for Money Waders

    Guideline kispiox are brilliant. Much more breathable than the visions, scierra etc in that bracket. Great stocking feet fitting too.

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