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Neopreme Waders

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How long do Neopreme Waders last if you take good care of them? Just got some DU Titaniums made by Mad Dog.

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Depends how often you use them and for what? Knees and crotch are generally first to go out. If you are just hunting in them and take good care of them, don't walk too far in them or through prickly brush (briars, thistle, branchy shrubs) or over barbed wire, you are likely to have them 5-10 years. If they get knicked up and used in all sorts of circumstances, maybe just a couple years.

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If you climb in and out of a boat, give any exposed bolt heads a cover of Goop! or something. There is a target area transom bolts hit, and it ain't that well protected blush.gif

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