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MPW Little Bayou 5mm Youth Chest Wader with Macks-imum Seam Sealer

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New for 2012, the new MPW Little Bayou 5mm Youth Chest Wader. Now with Macks-imum Seam Sealer inside and out. Constructed of 5mm Neoprene covered with puncture resistant Dura-Hyde outer shell this little wader is designed to fit the Female Hunter, with appropriate chest and hip measurements.  And also designed to fit those younger Hunters who are ready to get out and learn the Passion. No more excuses that it's too cold for the kids, or that the waders don't fit for the ladies.

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Macks-imum Protection Super warm 1000 gram Thinsulate insulated Boot foot with an 8 MM wool felt midsole and slip resistant, rugged lug outsole. Guaranteed to eliminate the worst three words in Duck Hunting....Daddy.... I’m Cold. Shark Skin Neoprene suspenders keep the Little Bayou in place, with no slipping or sliding. Other features include seams that are triple construction, sewn, glued and taped for superior leak protection, and a diamond, expanded crotch design that allows for extra stretch with less stress on crotch seams .

The 2012 Little Bayou Youth Chest Wader has the newly designed seam sealant called Macks-imum Seam Sealant, to prevent seam leakage. Now on the inside and out! Macks-imum is actually printed on the inside of the wader in the crotch area, so every time you pull them up you’ll see that statement.

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