Redington Siren Wader - Women's

Redington Siren Wader - Women's
Redington Siren Wader - Women's
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Siren Wader - Women's by Redington
You've been watching the weather, obsessing over snow melt, and have even started wearing the Redington Women's Siren Wader around the house. Whenever you manage to get on the Gibbon, you'll be protected in a waterproof, breathable wader that's made just for your feminine fly-fishing forays. Whether you're straight like Kate or curvy like Marilyn, 3-layer River Armor fabric won't let water find its way inside. The DWR finish makes it even more difficult for moisture to tickle your skin. Your feet get treated like royalty with ergonomic neoprene booties. The gravel guard has a lace hook for a firm fix on your Siren Wading boot (sold separately) and mesh for drainage. Walking through the river is one thing, but carrying it with you onto dry land is an entirely different story. When the suspenders span your shoulders, an underarm neoprene gusset ensures your chest is never constrained. The bib contains an internal mesh pocket, an external pocket, and hand-warmer slots for those downright cold days. Cover your bust or let it all be free with the flexibility of both a belt and suspenders.

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