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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-23-2009, 11:58 PM Thread Starter
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WTB youth size waders

What do you all do with your outgrown kid's waders?? I want to buy good condition small/medium youth size waders--neoprene or breathable.
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How tall is he/she? Size foot?
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I'd love to part with some waders...PM coming.
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Right now I am looking at 48-52 inches overall height with ~22-24 inseam. This translates to youth size 4 or 5 by most wader makers. Slightly too big is ok too. Thanks for asking.
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i need some too

if there's more than one of you woith youth waders, i need some as well....

thanks!!!

PM me here.

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What do you all do with your outgrown kid's waders?? I want to buy good condition small/medium youth size waders--neoprene or breathable.
I am not going to give the companies name, but a certain company that just started selling direct to the public in the last year or so has youth waders for $60. To help you google this company it i owned by the founder of Redington

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It used to be that younger anglers had one choice to make when it came to waders…unsafely slosh around in Dad’s huge waders, or brave the cold water in a pair of shorts. Today, that’s no longer the case. Not only do we have sizes to fit most younger anglers, but our children’s waders are breathable for extra warmth and dryness. Yup, the right fit with the utmost comfort and at a smart price. We thought you’d like that.




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BRSC XL XL, shoe size 6 $120.00 $59.99
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post #7 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-28-2009, 07:21 PM
 
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I bought two new pair of Orvis Otterskin neoprene waders for around $30 each on eBay. I'm going to give them to a friend's son and daughter when they visit me in Montana this summer, if they fit them correctly. The adult size is Small and Extra Small. If they don't want them, or they don't fit, then I would be willing to sell them, but you can find similar waders on eBay for similar prices all the time.
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