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Pro Line Non-Insulated Rubber Chest Waders

Pro Line Non-Insulated Rubber Chest Waders

Description

Made of vulcanized rubber, these chest waders are designed to be 100% waterproof and affordable.

Features

  • Includes a heavy-duty double thick cleated outsole for excellent traction
  • Features a knee and toe cap for extra protection
  • Each pair is individually tested for waterproof ability
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$92.49
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Details

These quality chest waders are affordable and reliable. Each pair features steel shanks for stability and support, and double thick cleated boots for extra traction. They easily adjust to fit a wide range of sizes with belt loops and a chest draw string.
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Pro Line Non-Insulated Rubber Chest Waders 93114 Non-insulated rubber chest waders, size 7
$92.49
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Pro Line Non-Insulated Rubber Chest Waders 93115 Non-insulated rubber chest waders, size 8
$92.49
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Pro Line Non-Insulated Rubber Chest Waders 93116 Non-insulated rubber chest waders, size 9
$92.49
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Pro Line Non-Insulated Rubber Chest Waders 93117 Non-insulated rubber chest waders, size 10
$92.49
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Pro Line Non-Insulated Rubber Chest Waders 93118 Non-insulated rubber chest waders, size 11
$92.49
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Pro Line Non-Insulated Rubber Chest Waders 93119 Non-insulated rubber chest waders, size 12
$92.49
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Pro Line Non-Insulated Rubber Chest Waders 93120 Non-insulated rubber chest waders, size 13
$92.49
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Pro Line Non-Insulated Rubber Chest Wader Suspenders 93121 Wader suspenders
$15.47
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Pro Line 3-Ply Stretch Nylon Insulated Wader Belt 93122 Wader belt
$10.31
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