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Can anyone recommend a good pair of breathable chest waders as my Snowbee pair have finally died on me (they are 6 years old). Any recommendations would be a great help.
 

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I use the Greys GRXi. They are really nice. I've paired them with Greys Platinum Boots.
 

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I use the same as Simon. They've lasted me 18 months so far with no signs of wear.

I also now have a pair of Scierra CC3 Waist Waders which I have started wearing more and more. Not having to wear the full length ones makes a very nice change! So many of the marks I fish only require a bit of shallow wading at most that full on chesties just aren't necessary.
 

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Same for me, great combo, Greys G series waders and their platinum boots with studs. Wash em out with fresh water every trip, no signs of wear.
 

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Has anyone got any experience with the Bison breathables?
 

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I purchased a pair of greys grxi waders recently only worn them once but feel really comfortable and look and feel good quality
 

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Ive got the Bison breathables Tim, and for the price i cant fault them,, may not be too good if you have a small foot, as the neoprene "stocking" is about a size 11 /12, but apart from that they are ideal and don't cost a fortune.. (i've fallen on rocks in them a couple of times without them tearing, so it seems they are pretty durable too) Hope this helps buddy. :D
 

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Hi guys

Thanks for that helpful info, looks like ill be getting the greys grxi with the platinum boots.

Mike Symons.
 
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