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PRODUCT FEATURE Snowbee 210D Nylon


Wadermaster Waders S


nowbee has combined two of their best-ever wader models and materials


Fact fi le:


Wadermaster Range RRP £75.99 - £119.99


• 210D material with a soft laminated PVC lining • Front chest pocket with hand warning pockets behind.


• 2 mesh front pockets and an internal zipped pocket


• Comfortable, adjustable elasticated braces. • 2 D-rings for accessories • Elasticated chest drawstring ensures a snug fit • Two sole options : Cleated or Combi Felt Sole • Sizes Available : UK5 - UK14


Snowbee 210D Nylon Wadermaster Waders come in a choice of design:


• Chest Cleated Sole • Chest - Cleated Sole Fuller Body • Chest - Combi Felt Sole • Thigh - Cleated Sole • Thigh - Combi Felt Sole.


to create the new Wadermaster Waders. The super heavy-duty Wadermaster Wader model has been available in various forms for over 20 years, during which time, it has been the wader of choice for anyone wanting the ultimate ‘bullet-poof’ wader. This year Snowbee has brought back the popular 210 Denier Nylon material – a top seller for over 10 years, but in the Wadermaster design. The waders are incredibly tough, durable and


hardwearing. They defl ect thorns and gorse like no other material and are going to last. The 210D nylon material, which is light,


fl exible and super-tough, has a soft, laminated PVC lining, to ensure it remains 100 per cent waterproof and provides all-day comfort.


Combi Felt Sole


Cleated Sole


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44 | Tackle & Guns | August 2018 www.tandgmagazine.com


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