Pro Line® Men's Wallkill Breathable Chest Waders, Stocking Foot, Tan

Item # WX2-131904

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Details & Specs

Pro Line® Wallkill Breathable Chest Waders let the heat out without letting water in!

Feeling a little steamy in your old waders? These Wallkill Breathable Waders have a breathable coating that lets your body heat and perspiration escape while keeping the wet and moisture out. They're 100% waterproof and extremely comfortable.

Check out more features:
  • Inside pocket with hook and loop closure
  • Belt loops and wader belt for safety
  • Special ozone-resistant rubber compound helps prevent cracking and deterioration
  • Elastic suspenders are adjustable for a better fit
  • Choose from stocking foot, cleated or felt soles
  • Stocking foot model features gravel cuffs and lace keeper to keep sand and pebbles out.

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