From Hollywood to Cannes, wader-wearers love cinema … And listed below you’ll find our pick of the best wader inspired films.
Waders of the Lost Ark
As we all know, Indiana Jones has a phobia about snakes. We can’t say that we’re that keen on the idea of being entombed with a writhing mass of serpents either but if the worst came to the worst – a decent pair of waders might help.
If you’re trying to cope with life in a dystopian future then we really can’t over emphasise the importance of having warm dry feet.
We hate to say we told you so but let’s face it – he wouldn’t have slipped if he’d been wearing his waders…
Dude Where’s my Car?
“What’s this got to do with waders?” I hear you cry.
Well if you’ve lost your car, you’re going to have to spend a lot of time ‘wading’ for the bus!
I’m sorry – no really – I am.
Probably the world’s first action movie heroine to have her roots in the world of gaming, she’s an object of fantasy for chaps who spend far too much time alone in their bedrooms.
But then she’s a woman in waders so I suppose it’s understandable.
Four Wadings and a Funeral
It’s a bit of a tenuous link perhaps but – given the sickly sweet nature of this film, you’d probably need a pair of waders to get through it all.
And you’ve got to hand it to Hugh – wading in where others fear to tread – albeit hesitantly, after apologising several times.
In Waders from Mars
It stands to reason that little green men would wear little green waders – and given the amount of jelly wobbling about in old sci-fi movies, they probably need them.
And anyway – if there was an invasion from outer space, I think footwear would be important.