Waders storage

Spider

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For those of us without Grayling in our lives, the waders have to be put away soon. Once dried out, is there a best way of storing them to keep them in half decent nick?
 

JayP

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For those of us without Grayling in our lives, the waders have to be put away soon. Once dried out, is there a best way of storing them to keep them in half decent nick?
Laid out flat under the spare bed works for me (y)
 

wobbly face

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Hung up on clothes hanger though the braces. stocking foot just off the floor. Not best if waders have those very stretchy type braces, then I use any D loops or where braces attach to the wader body over hooks.
 

GEK79

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For those of us without Grayling in our lives, the waders have to be put away soon. Once dried out, is there a best way of storing them to keep them in half decent nick?
I currently have mine hanging upside down from a small beam in my shed it will be my 5th season using them in 2021..
 

icejohn

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For breathables stocking foot - put in plastic box with lockable handles the useful box brand. Stops mice getting in and creating a nest grrr.

Neoprene hung up by boots. But laid down flat is meant to be best.
 
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