Pro Line® Twin River Cleated 2 - Ply Nylon Hip Waders, Dark Green

Item # WX2-131933

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Pro Line® Rubber Knee Boots Keep your feet dry in wet, muddy conditions with these waterproof rain boots!

Have a sloppy chore to do? Better get these Rubber Knee Boots. Pro Line's Rubber Knee Boots are 100% waterproof to take on wet jobs while keeping your feet super dry.

For extra comfort and warmth, they're also completely insulated with foam rubber around the entire foot. My negotiations with the manufacturer resulted in big savings for you!

They also have:
  • Waterproof boots with vulcanized rubber construction for dependability
  • Rain boots with heavy cotton lining and cushioned insoles with steel shanks for comfort and support
  • Ozone-resistant rubber compound gives your waterproof boots a longer life.

Stay dry and stay warm! State Color and Size, as available in the Shopping Cart. Order ONLINE Today!


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