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Pro-line chest wader failure

pro line chest wadersThe new Pro-Line chest waders have already sprung a leak!

I'm not sure what happened, but my third trip across the creek resulted in my left sock being soaked from the ankle down.

There's a pretty good sized cut in the boot section and I don't recall rubbing up against anything sharp.

The folks we bought them from have already agreed to take them back and pay the shipping, but there're no Federal Express stores in this region and I found out the hard way a location with a drop box won't accept it if it won't fit in the box.



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So, next is a drysuit? ;-)

Or is it time to start building a bridge? Like e.g. a Dutch drawbrigde.

Comment by Roland_Smith Sun Apr 7 06:48:22 2013





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