ESP 25K Quilted Waterproof Salopette
There’s frost on the grass, the stark silhouettes of bare trees look like spectral sentinels around the edges of the lake, whose waters are deep, still, and the kind of flat grey that tells you from the off that it’s going to be cold in there.
All the same, the signs are clear that there’s some prime carp action going on in the depths, and you’re ready on the bankside, wanting a piece of that action, knowing it’s going to be heavy going, not just getting the fish to bite in the first place, when the cold has left them disinclined to feed, but bringing them to the bank through the lively fight they’re going to give you on the way. And, in order to cast out to the sheltered depths where the big fish will be waiting out the worst of the winter, perhaps in the mood for an easy snack dangled right in front of them, you know you’re going to have to wade into that flat, cold water, and probably spend most of your session there.
But you’re tough. You’re angling for tough fish. And you’ve got tough gear to see you through.
These quilted, waterproof salopettes from ESP more than offer that, bringing you a salopette with a tough, durable, ripstop shell that will stand up to almost anything your winter carp routine brings up.
Featuring a 25,000 hydrostatic head, with a 10,000 breathability rating, this waterproof layer will keep you warm and dry, without making you sweat – exactly what you need when you’re on an active carp swim. The breathability means you can wear a regular layer underneath the salopette without feeling uncomfortable.
With reinforced knees, an adjustable shoulder strap, and available in sizes Medium-XXL, the ESP 25k Quilted Waterproof Salopette offers superior winter and wet weather protection for all your angling adventures, designed and made to last no matter how rough your bankside life gets.
A side access zip makes these salopettes easy to get on and take off, while long, water resistant zips give you the room you need to fasten the trousers over your boots, keeping your legs completely dry, even when you’re up to your waist in the water. A deep, zipped chest pocket gives you a handy storage option for your bait and rigs, while a zipped fly takes care of your personal comfort needs during a long, active session.