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Anyone used them and how well do you like them???
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Really no point. After a few trips in and out of the blind they had just as much water in them as they did outside of them. Then they are heavier and harder to dry out than just using the layout blind. I supposed if once you get in the blind you never leave it, then you will be happy with them.
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Wear your waders in the blind and tuck your jacket inside your waders and you're set. If the water soaks up to your neck level and you aren't limited then you're not in the right place and should pack up anyway
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