Patagonia Middle Fork Packable Wader

Feb 28, 2018

Category: Gear

No one likes carrying extra weight when if it can be avoided. Whether you’re a cyclist, climber, backpacker or runner – it is hard not to wish for newer, lighter weight products. Take a look at Patagonia’s Middle Fork Packable Waders and you’ll see why.

Made from an H2No fabric with a waterproof breathable layer, DWR finish, and taped seams, these waders will keep water out no matter what. But more than just meeting the low-bar of keeping you dry, the waders feature seams located in low-rub areas for a longer lasting fit, seamless hypoallergenic rubber booties, and a waterproof phone and key pouch in the front. Fishing during the summer? You can drop your waders down to your wast for a much cooler fit. For easy transporting while hiking out to your secret spot or flying out for a longer fishing trip, these waders also come with a packable sack. When fully stuffed it only clocks in at 26-ounces on the scale.

Purchase: $350

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