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Product DescriptionDrake Waterfowl, the most trusted name in waterfowl gear, built these waders for maximum performance and durability. Drake's technology-driven fabric is designed to stand up to the harshest elements and roughest abuse. Added to the seat and legs, HD2 fabric not only supplies added protection, but it also increases the longevity of the waders. Made of durable 5mm neoprene with 1600 grams of Thinsulate insulation. The knee pads are reinforced with closed-cell foam and encased in neoprene and HD2 fabric for maximum protection. No-buckle shoulder straps with hook-and-loop adjustment. Adjustable Boot-Lok buckles secure the boot to the ankle. Vertical Magnattach call pouch with breathable mesh bottom. Vertical security pouch pocket with waterproof zipper. Interior "High and Dry" security pocket with waterproof zipper and fleece-lined Against-the-Body Handwarmer pocket located on the back side of the bib. Large front cargo pocket with Magnattach closure. 2" webbing adjustable belt. Imported.
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Q:what is the inseam measurment of these waders?Asked on 1/13/2010 by fisherman from Grand Rapids, MI
A:Listed below are the inseam sizes for the Drake Waterfowl LST Eqwader Stout Waders.
Shoe Size 9 - has an inseam of 30"
Shoe Size 10 - has an inseam of 30"
Shoe Size 11 - has an inseam of 31"
Shoe Size 12 - has an inseam of 32"
Shoe Size 13 - has an inseam of 33"Answered on 1/15/2010 by Brooks from Gander Mountain
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