Nikki showing off her new Redington Siren waders and Willlow Creek boots
I’M going to wander way out on a limb here and say our new line of Redington Siren Waders are the best designed women’s waders I’ve seen in a decade and a half of studying fly fishing products. Apparently the reception from the women who tried on our first run were pretty keen on them as well.
I had this article prepped to roll and we sold out, in about 4 days. Now they are back.
There really is a lot to like about these waders, and by no means least is the price, just $219.95 which suits the pocket book of most of our female customers better than the headline $499.95 Simms G3 Guide Women’s Waders. The Simms women’s are the top of the line for durability, breathability and quality, but the price is a serious commitment.
The Siren price is more suitable to new fly fishers, or only a few days a year fishers, but it’s the smart design at the price that sets this wader apart. The Siren comes in 2 fits, the Kate (more athletic) which mirrors previous Redington wader sizing, and the much needed Marilyn.
It’s the Marilyn we have been ordering and selling, cut for curvier women. The upper front is taller than on a men’s model, and with a stretch gusset cut in under the arms for comfort. Combined with a stretchy suspender system, these waders will fit, and move with your body from season to season.
The other cool feature is the items of substance we come to expect in every pair of good men’s waders, like built in gravel guards, handwarmer pockets, plus a pocket for carrying extra gear. The Redington front picket has a water resistant pocket under a weather strip, for a phone or keys. The Siren also has an extra internal pocket, just simple stretchy mesh for stuff like a chapstick or tippet.
Finally the cosmetic touch on the Sirens is simple and elegant with an understated print in the upper body, it’s a good look.
Wander into the shop and try a pair on _ we reckon you will be pleasantly surprised at what a well-priced smartly designed pair of women’s wader can be.