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Pro Line Timber Creek II Reversible Chest Waders - Dick's Sporting Goods

Pro Line Timber Creek II Reversible Chest Waders

Item Number: 11970003
Price: $79.99
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Experience two waders in one with Pro Line® Timber Creek II Reversible Waders. The Pro Line Timber Creek II has a 3.5MM neoprene and nylon upper construction with a reversible design that offers two different colors. This 100% waterproof wader features double knee pads, a hand warmer pocket (MAX-4 side only), accessory D-rings, removable gravel cuffs and neoprene suspenders (with hook and loop closure).

FEATURES:

  • Pro Line stockingfoot chest waders
  • Reversible style, 2 waders in one
  • Constructed of 3.5MM neoprene and nylon upper
  • 100% waterproof construction
  • Reversible design provides two different colors
  • Double knee pads for added comfort
  • Removable gravel cuffs
  • Accessory D-rings hold your most-used tools
  • Neoprene suspender (with hook and loop closure)
  • Hand warmer pocket (on MAX-4 side only)
  • Wader Style: Stockingfoot
  • Model: 92006MX4
  • Pro Line


Country of Origin: Taiwan

Customer Reviews

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Smaller than you think I bought this 2 sizes too big and it was still like watching a hippo put on pantyhose. A returning for much larger size because the quality is ok. Don't understand the pocket in the center back, though... December 29, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Can't beat em' for the money! This was my first pair of waders for duck hunting. I couldn't be more happy with this purchase after using them. I was out in 23 degree weather wading around in a swamp that was above my waist and did not have any leaks. I only had a couple of thin layers on underneath and never got cold at all. I had a thin pair of wool under armour socks on and my feet did not get cold either. For boots I just used a knee high pair of rubber boots that I already had along with the gravel guards that came with these waders. Yes, some water did get into the boot, but my feet never got cold or wet at all. I highly recommend these waders, especially for the new duck hunter that is not sure of what to get and how much to spend for a quality set of waders, much like myself. You won't be disappointed!!! January 11, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Versatile at a bargin First off I am planning on making use of these in the next week or so on my next duck hunting trip so I cannot comment on the quality as of yet, but I did a fair amount of shopping around and these were the best bargin I found from all the major site. The pattern seems good and I imagine I will make use of the brown interior in summer when I go fly fishing, but since the hand warmer is only on the camo side I will just need to see how cold it gets. More importantly they worked with my size 11 wading boots. A comment on sizing; I ware 32x34 pants and the XL just has enough room to layer up with thermals and jeans. I also really appreciate how these waders reach nearly to my armpits, which really makes the most of the break up pattern and my ability to wade out into deeper water. I have my concerns about the velcro shoulder straps, but since there is no belt on this model they may be for the best in the event that you go in for the unexpected plung. December 30, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great waders and a great price! Love that they are reversible, true to size and seem to be a tad higher on the chest than the other waders we have bought. Very Comfortable to wear. November 12, 2011
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