FS Redington Sonic Pro Zip Waders.

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  1. Bantam

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    New Condition! Worn once....$275

    SZ LRG.
     
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    Price Drop....$250

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    Why are you selling?
     
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    Theyre the wrong size for me and I dont need 3 sets of waders
     
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    Still for sale!
     
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    5'11.5" and weigh 195#. How would they fit?
     
  7. Dave, I have these in Large and I love them. I am 5'10 and 205# with 32" inseam and size 10 foot. I do use a size 12 wading boot and its perfect. If anything, I think they would fit even better on you. I tried on the Mediums and they were way too skinny in the thighs and chest for me. Sorry to hijack the thread on a tangent, but I want to rant about my boots as well. I went with a Korker BOA lace boot and will never go back to a lace up boot, so comfortable, and quick on and off. I know Simms makes them as well.
     
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    Free Bump- I have these waders and have used them a handful of times, each making me realize more and more how much zip-fronts are the way, and at the price Redington offers them (or through classifieds), they are a no-brainer.

    Regardless of brand, I could never go back to non zips.

    Good waders; good price.

    My two cents.
     
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