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Rivernut

Wader ??

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Going to purchase a pair of chest wader's. Not knowing anything about them, what kind would anyone suggest. What is a decent price. Where to buy? Thanks.

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Depends what you are using them for. If you want a pair to go in the water in summer only. You can get some cheap rubber ones. If you want them to hunt waterfowl and work in the water in the fall then you want to look at a pair of insulated neoprene waders. Lots of good brands out there for insulated you should be able to get into a set for $99~$150. Cabela's has some good ones rockies are also really good.

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Thanks, I'm just looking for a pair to wade the river with.

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Cabela's has an excellent selection of lightweight waders of excellent quality. I think we have three or four pairs of them around the cabin-hippers, some waist high and two chest waders in the lightweight breathable materal. Great waders at a reasonable price. wink.gif

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Thanks Ufatz, I"ll check on those.

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