"Do waders count as vintage tackle? Why yes. Yes they do. They are so popular, in fact, that author Victor R. Johnson has written an entire book entitled_ _America's Fishing Waders: The Evolution of Modern Fishing Waders. While most of us know of the popular brands--Converse, Hodgman, etc.--you have a rather obscure set of waders from Great Britain. Caoutchouc is the French name for India Rubber, the material from which these waders were made. I believe these waders were made by a subsidiary of the British Dunlop Tyre Company sometime in the 1930s or 1940s and sold through one of the popular high-end fly tackle houses like William Mills or Abercrombie & Fitch. It's a nifty piece and even in this condition should be worth about $50-$75, but might sell for a lot more to the right buyer. A gentleman advertising in the June 2007 California Fly Fisher magazine offered $5000 for a fishable pair of vintage Size 11 Red Ball waders!"