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Pro Line Twin River Chest Waders

Pro Line Twin River Chest Waders

Description

Pro Line Twin River Chest Waders provide superior waterproof protection while staying flexible and lightweight.

Features

  • 100% water resistant
  • Boots include a cleated outsole for traction and comfort
  • Features a large inside pocket for extra storage
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$97.75
Usually ships in 3-5 days

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Extremely lightweight, the Pro Line Twin River Chest Waders offer comfort that lasts all day. Features a draw string for a snug and supported fit, and cleated boots for traction.
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Pro Line Twin River Chest Waders 94131 Twin river chest waders, dark green, size 7
$97.75
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Pro Line Twin River Chest Waders 94132 Twin river chest waders, dark green, size 8
$97.75
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Pro Line Twin River Chest Waders 94133 Twin river chest waders, dark green, size 9
$97.75
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Pro Line Twin River Chest Waders 94134 Twin river chest waders, dark green, size 10
$97.75
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Pro Line Twin River Chest Waders 94135 Twin river chest waders, dark green, size 11
$97.75
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Pro Line Twin River Chest Waders 94136 Twin river chest waders, dark green, size 12
$97.75
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Pro Line Twin River Chest Waders 94137 Twin river chest waders, dark green, size 13
$97.75
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