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Old 05-26-2012, 07:41 PM
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Default Re: Leaky Waders

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Originally Posted by fredaevans View Post
Worst thing you can do (My Bad!) is leave the things in the back of your Jeep on lots of hot summer days. Regardless of the material ... they don't like that.
Despite the fact that I have much love for fellow Jeep owners, waders left in the back of any vehicle is never a good thing. Long travel notwithstanding, mine are drying as soon as I get off the water and have a pace to hang them. Dry them inside out first, then flip them and dry the outside. A shop owner once gave me that advice and I've stuck to the practice since then.
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