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Since all of our waders are custom-built, we cannot accept returns. You are responsible for accurate measurement.

To speed up the ordering process, before calling in, please have all your colors and options chosen.

400D nylon pack cloth with 1000D Cordura overlays in high wear areas.

Non-breathable, non-insulated shell waders. What you wear underneath will determine warmth.

Comes standard with one Velcro 6x9 chest pocket and your choice of waterproof fabric socks or latex booties.

All zippered pocket options are built with Water resistant zipper chains. These zippers are NOT 100% waterproof, but will provide a significant moisture barrier.

To order, please determine if you wear a stock size or if you need custom shortening. Custom shortening requires a phone order.

If you need custom sizing:

  1. Refer to "Custom Measurement Form " on this page to attain your measurements (Be careful; You are responsible for accuracy in measuring).
  2. Watch This VIDEO for measurement instructions
  3. Refer to this chart for sizes.
  4. Determine your sizing and which options you want on your waders before you call.
  5. When sizing and options are determined, please call 800-247-8070. We'll be happy to help you through the process of ordering your waders.

Boot Sizing: The BOGS are well insulated and survival rated for -40F, so most people can order their street size and be fine. But if you plan on using multiple layers in your BOGS, choose 1 size larger than your street size. Size 16 & larger are special order. Please call for availability.

Bogs Warranty Information

Washington residents: Sales tax applies.

Shipping charges are for CONUS. Alaska, Hawaii, US territories, and international sales are extra. Please call for rates.

Turnaround time approximately 4-5 weeks.

Waterproof Rating: Class B

Read More about USIA Waders:

USIA's Pocket Options

How to Order Custom Made Waders Online

Why Our Waders Stand Above the Rest

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USIA’s Techniflex Material: The Intersection of Comfort and Durability



  • 5

    Posted by Ches Tyson on 13th Nov 2020

    Very nicely made.The bog boots are great!

  • 5

    Posted by ashley petchel on 22nd Aug 2020

    Most ruggedly built waders I’ve ever worn. Very happy with their construction and durability. And Made in the USA!

  • 5
    New waders

    Posted by Mike Burbey on 18th Aug 2020

    Really like my new pair of waders. Got the boot option feel great walking around the house itching to get out after ducks. Zipper also is a nice feature going to see how it holds up.

  • 4

    Posted by John Petrak on 26th Jun 2020

    I have tried them on and looked over the material and construction. Although I haven't gotten into the water yet, I like what I see and expect to get many years of use from these waders.

  • 4

    Posted by Nick H on 3rd Feb 2020

    Bogs boots are extremely comfortable and warm. Material is light and seems very durable. I see these waders lasting much longer than any other brand I’ve ever worn. Lots of room so layering up is not a problem. The hand warmer pocket is much too big though. It extends all the way down to the waist which leads to it getting soaking wet. If you are subject to normally hunting or fishing in water deeper than waist high, don’t get a hand warmer pocket.

  • 5
    Bulletproof Waders

    Posted by Dylan Stompe on 21st Mar 2018

    I bought these waders with the intention of using them for at least the next 10 duck seasons, and from the material thickness and build quality I don't think that should be an issue.

    I got the medium-long waders and the are just that; long! I'm 6'1", 175lbs, and can wade almost up to my armpits in these things. Make sure you wear layers on those cold days since these don't have any insulation, and be prepared to get sweaty when you go hiking after a bird on a warm hunt day as these don't breath. I knew that going in to it, and opted for these waders in the name of durability.

    Bonus that these are hand made in Oregon.

  • 5
    You will not be disappointed if you buy these waders.

    Posted by Jason Maggard on 8th Feb 2018

    Built extremely well.

  • 4
    usia waders

    Posted by Ken Pope on 2nd Jan 2018

    I’ve used the waders now for about 4 hunts and love them. They are much lighter than neoprene and are easier to walk in. Layering up makes them plenty warm and I have no doubt they will last many years. Only thing I don’t care for is they seem to build condensation in them in cold weather but that’s really not an issue. Your layers will be a little wet on the outside but not too bad. Overall I love them.

  • 5
    bad ass waders

    Posted by Lonnie Robinson on 1st Nov 2017

    I have no complaints, 1 fishing season down with zero leaks! Money well spent! And made in Oregon!