I mainly flyfish for trout, in pa, in a lot of small, cold water streams, where chest waders aren't necessary. They're very comfortable and warm. I just recently fished a small spring creek in 39 degree water. With a pair of sweatpants and wool socks underneath, I didn't feel cold once (til' I stuck my hands in the water). They may be a touch oversized. But, I don't like my waders to be a tight fit. Even with a pair of sweatpants underneath, they're a little baggy. Which to me, is about perfect. But, if you want your waders to fit like regular pants, go down a size. The length of the feet feel true to size. The width could be a touch wider. They're not too tight, just snug. Not really a complaint, just the only thing I could find that could possibly be improved.I haven't had them very long. So, I can't comment on durability. But, they seem tough, and look and feel like they would last. Overall, this is a great wader. There aren't many pant waders available. Most of the ones you'll see are $300 - $400. These would hold there own with any of them, no matter the price. But, for [$], you can't beat it. This is one of those buys where you buy a few, to keep on stock, just in case.
Pros: Tough Material, Breathable, Good Footing, Easy To Take On And Off, Dries Quickly
Best Uses: Fly Fishing, Cold Water
Would you recommend this product? Yes