Redington Palix River Wader - Men's

Redington Palix River Wader - Men's
Redington Palix River Wader - Men's
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Palix River Wader - Men's by Redington
Not too many days go by where you're not either fishing or thinking about fishing, and since your addiction to trout doesn't usually result in long-term employment, we understand that you need to make your hard-earned cash stretch to maximize the amount of time you spend on the water. If all of this sounds familiar, then the Redington Men's Palix River Wader is most definitely for you. With a solid three-layer construction, reinforced knees, and high-density booties, the Palix River is a solid wader that doesn't cost too much more than what you'll blow in a month on the cheap beer and gas station grub that you'll grab along the way to your favorite stretch of water. The Palix River Waders come with all the essentials with gravel guards, waist belt, and suspenders all included, but they also have a single chest pocket with two vertical handwarmer pockets--a nice upgrade from those camo neoprene waders you started out with.

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SKU: RNG001G
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