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Hit the breakroom has Lacrosse chest waders on sale for $105, cheapest I could find them elsewhere was about double that price.
They only have limited sizes in stock.
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Buy cabelas waders. The lacrosse are of terrible quality (or at least the ones I bought were) and their customer service is just plain awful.
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Better to spend a little more $$ and try them on in person. I will this year, just to miss out on alot of grief lol
Give a man a duck... Feed him for a day... Teach him to fowl hunt... Feed him for a lifetime...Teach him in your spot... Learn to hunt a different spot....
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My lacrosse alpha swamp foxes are top notch.
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