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Drake Waterfowl EST Eqwader Waders

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Key Features

  • 3-layer waterproof/windproof/breathable fabric

  • 600 gram Thinsulate boots

  • HD2 technology driven fabric

  • No-buckle neoprene shoulder straps

Our Price   $400.00

Availability: Ships from vendor in 3-5 days

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Product Description
drake_waterfowl Staying cool during warm-weather hunts can be just as challenging as keeping warm during cold weather. The EST Eqwader Wading System is a 3-layer breathable wader to offer a two-fold benefit: 1) this breathable wader is cool in warm weather and prevents overheating, especially during periods of high activity, and 2) prevents the build-up of moisture vapor, which causes chilling and shivering in cold weather. As the temperature gets colder throughout the season, you can add layers to suit the conditions. Made of 3-layer waterproof/windproof/breathable fabric and 600 gram Thinsulate boots. HD2 technology driven fabric covers knees, seat, back of thighs, lower legs, and covering the tops of the boots for added protection and longevity. No-buckle neoprene shoulder straps with easy hook-and-loop adjustability provides comfort when shouldering a gun. Features a vertical Magnattach Call Pouch with breathable mesh bottom, vertical security pocket with waterproof zipper, internal "High and Dry" security pocket with waterproof zipper, adjustable Boot-Lok for maximum comfort and stability, fleece-lined "Against-the-Body" handwarmer, reinforced knee pads, 2" webbing adjustable belt, a large front cargo pocket with Magnattach closure, and 6 horizontal shell loops. Advantage Max-4 HD, Mossy Oak Duck Blind, Mossy Oak New Bottomland.

Recommended Usage Hunting
Waterproof Yes
Insulation 600 Gram
Closure Pull-On
Technical Features Thinsulate, HD2

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