Light on weight, heavy on performance, and field tested by Orvis guides, the Ultralight System is the ultimate solution for the traveling angler. The waders, wading boots, and rain jacket weigh less than 6lbs. combined and pack down to one cubic foot–yet they readily stand up to the toughest conditions.
Ultralight Convertible Waders
Innovative suspension system using FIDLOCK SNAP magnetic fasteners | Quick and effortless waist-high conversion | Incredibly comfortable modern fit | Offers superior performance without the traditional weight and bulk
“Ultralight waders do make a difference when fishing! The waders are so comfortable and work so well. Highly recommended!”
Ultralight Wading Boots
Exceptional performance and durability without the weight | Quick-drying Clarino® microfiber upper | Dual-durometer Vibram® sole with proprietary Orvis lug pattern
“Most comfortable boot evah!
Solid protection against wind and rain | Can be carried in a small daypack or our Guide Sling Pack | DWR coated | YKK AquaGuard zippers | Rubberized tabs for tool docking
“I had this jacket with me in Patagonia recently and experienced 5 days of non-stop rain, snow, sleet, and regular 30-40 mph winds. This jacket protected me from the elements in every way, was comfortable, quiet and at the price point, probably cannot be beat. Oh yeah—packs ridiculously small as well.”
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