Loon Outdoors UV Wader Repair

Loon Outdoors UV Wader Repair
Loon Outdoors UV Wader Repair
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UV Wader Repair by Loon Outdoors
If you spend enough days on the river, your waders will inevitably end up with small tears and punctures. Instead of finishing the day soaked, repair the puncture in seconds with Loon Outdoors UV Wader Repair. The repaired area cures just 15 seconds after being exposed to direct sunlight or a UV lamp.

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SKU: LNO0011
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