Pro Line® Men's Marsh Creek Neoprene Chest Waders, Deep - cleated Rubber Sole, Dark Brown

Item # WX2-131914

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Pro Line® Men's Marsh Creek Neoprene Chest Waders are soft, flexible and warm. SAVE BIG!

Incredible comfort and dependability. These Marsh Creek Neoprene Chest Waders are made of 3.5 mm neoprene for a lightweight, insulated, snug fit. Each pair of Waders is air and water tested, butt-cemented, stitched and sealed to ensure they are 100% waterproof. Get the comfort and warmth of neoprene at big savings!

More great features:

  • Removable suspenders allow the chest part to be rolled down
  • 200 grams of Thinsulate™ Insulation in the boot foot
  • Large outside pocket for handy storage
  • Repair kit and instructions included
  • Double knee patches for durability
  • Boot foot has all vulcanized rubber construction
  • Completely insulated with thick sponge rubber
  • Quick release buckles for convenience.

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