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Breatherble waders with full front zip
May 18th, 2008 at 12:30pm
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The new XS-Pro from Snowbee brings a whole new meaning to ‘fly fishing!’
These new waders are absolutely brilliant and are an equal or better than the Simms which are 1200.00 plus!
I have worn a pair all summer season  (about 90 days fishing) and am rapt with them.  I leave my expensive Simms waders hanging up as they are nowhere as comfortable as these. They have a neoprene stocking foot and a water proof zip..

Yes, we’ve all been there…. you get all your gear on – waders, wading boots, wading jacket, fly vest and then…nature calls! You unclip the wader braces and believe you can just pull the front of the waders down far enough…at which point the braces disappear over your shoulders and down the back of your wading jacket, so you have to strip off and start again…. at this point it usually starts raining!  Well, not any more. The new XS-Pro wader is fitted with a full-length front zip. Developed by Riri for the diving industry, these brand-leading precision water-tight zips are pressure tested to 1.7 Bar and that’s deep wading.
Now I can get these in for you from a source overseas that I have exclusive access to. They will take about 5 days. The cost is nz$349.00 plus gst.
« Last Edit: Jun 22nd, 2008 at 10:21pm by Alan »  

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