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Im looking for a good, but cheap as possible pair of chest waders. I need something cheap because im a poor college student. I found some from a website called sportsmansguide.com but i've also heard that cabelas is a good place to order from too, they were just a little more expensive. I can also buy a pair for about 90-100 bucks at my local sportsman warehouse. Any suggestions for good cheap warm and dry chest waders? Thanks guys!
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If you are looking for CHEAP waders, I would check out your local chain stores. I have never baught any from them, but they have the cheapest prices. I think I saw a pair at Walmart for $69 at the end of last season.
PERSONALLY, I wouldn't recommend buying from a site that you aren't familar with if you can find it for almost the same price as Cabelas. Cabelas is well known for the customer service, paying a few extra $$$ is worth it to me. Now if the few extra $$$$ will break the bank for you go with the other place
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:withstupid: you might be able to get them on there cheaper to....just got to shop around!
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I'm with Ducksbeus, you can get them cheap on EBay ole boy.
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Cabelas, its the best place to buy anything. I love that store.
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but i got a nice pair from LL Bean that were not a lot of $$$
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Cabelas: Herters 2-ply chest waders. Nylon/rubber. $59.00
For warmth, that depends on what you layer them with. Polartec 300 wading pants liners work very well
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