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Cabelas has their brand 5mm for 79.99.....working good so far....
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Got to the outlet store. Got a pair of 5mm with 1200 grams of thinsulate in the boots. Got 2 pairs at 69.99 each plus $7.50 for shiping. That is $7.50 total shipping not per pair.
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nice deal might have to look into a pair
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I've owned several pairs of Hodgeman, & from my experience Hodgeman = junk. IMO
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I think for the money hodgman waders are not bad at all.
I have owned 6 pairs of them, 3 breathables and 3 neoprene. I floattube alot with the breathables and they held up fine for me and I am a big dude.
You can't compare them to simms or anything, but not a bad wader IMO.
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wow i've been looking for some waders... those are in my price range too!
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There is a realy good deal at scheels to on their waders the boot is 1000 gram thisilate and the waders are 5mm for $129 they are great :salude:
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