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Old 20-04-2013, 10:02 AM
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Default Chest Waders

Tried to post this in the wanted section in classified but because I've got under 30 posts I couldn't.Looking to buy two sets chest waders 1x size11 xl and 1x size 9 xl anyone know of any deals anywhere at the moment?Looking to spend under 100 per pair.Cheers Sandy
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Old 20-04-2013, 10:26 AM
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Cabela's: Men's Waders
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Old 20-04-2013, 10:43 AM
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Have a look here New Mill Fishing
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With about 50 post and packing and tax..

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I have an old pair of daiwa neoprene waders with felt and stud soles.

They dont leak but I have a new pair so they are surplus to requirements.

I will take the measurements of them when I get home and get back to you but if the measurements fit and you want them, they are yours for the cost of p&p and a donation to whichever charity the forum supports.

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With about 50 post and packing and tax..

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There will be tax and postage, but 60 for breathables plus duty plus post should keep the total sub 90? Cabelas are usually good quality too.
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Old 20-04-2013, 11:17 AM
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David.Cabelleas are the most outrageous for postal costs, normally way more than the usual 30%

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David.Cabelleas are the most outrageous for postal costs, normally way more than the usual 30%

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Really. That's a bit unfortunate, I used to use them quite a bit too. :/
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Iv a pair of bisons, under 100 breathables. Had 2 seasons of hard use (2/3 times a week, some tricky access river too) and theyr as good as day one, bone dry. Cant praise them enough. I think getting the right fit is the key.
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