By Dale Ghere
September 9, 2016
Do you have trouble getting your feet out of your waders after a day of hunting? If you do then try this tip.
Go to a Rite-Aid store and find the section where socks are sold. Look for the small round canisters of socks. These will not look like much of anything. They are thinner than a girl's normal pantie hose style sock. What you will do with this pair of socks is to place them over your normal boot sock just before you put on your waders. These thin socks are to go over your socks and pants. They should pull up to just below your knee. With these socks even tight boots will slide on easier. Go hunt all day and at the end of the day you find the nylon socks will help you to slide out of your waders much easier. These thin sock are not super durable. I find I can normally only get a couple of trips out of each pair, sometimes three. The socks only cost sixty cents. The ease of sliding out of the waders after a long day of hunting is worth the investment.