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Magellan Outdoors "Mag 2" Breathable Waders

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Magellan Outdoors "Mag 2" Breathable Waders

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Magellan Outdoors
Mag 2
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Gear up for a full day of fishing or hunting in the comfort of the the Magellan Outdoors Men's "MAG2" Breathable Waders. Made from polyester and synthetic material, these waders stand up to outdoor use and are designed to help dissipate internal moisture. Features and Benefits - 85% polyester and 15% synthetic material for durability - Breathable for comfort Important Product and Safety Information - Proposition 65 warning for California residents: WARNING - This product contains one or more chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. What's in the Box - Magellan Outdoors™ Men's MAG2 Breathable Wader.



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Love these Waders

I have been using the mag 2 for nearly a year now. They have handled everything I have dished out, like walking through brush, falling down, etc. They are very easy to move around in and getting up and down from the yak. I fish a lot during the winter and these guys are a great way to keep me dry. With the addition of a good wading shoe and pfd, I will be in these an average of 6-8 hours a day with no problems. I haven't had any issues with leaks or anything starting to wear out so far. These are definitely cool to cold weather waders as they get pretty hot when the weather starts to warm, but wintertime and good inside layers keep me nice and toasty. They have an inside pocket but I haven't used it because of my pfd's ample pockets. We tested these out last summer at the lake and purposely fell out of the yak to see how much water would get in. With the belt, straps, and Chinook pfd, it only leaked a very small amount at the top. Of course we were also practicing reentry, so we were in and out very quickly. Overall, I have found these to be great waders for year round fishing here in Texas.

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
30+ times

Pros & Cons

Easy maneuverability, lightweight, keeps me dry
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