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Old 08-20-2009, 12:17 AM
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Default Re: Loon compartment wader bag

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Originally Posted by kruggy1 View Post
I just received my loon compartment wader bag today and man is it nice. It has for all my gear,vest,boots and waders. It was originally $80 got it for $38 including shipping on sale at www.loonoutdoors.com
That is a heck of a price. I spent a lot of time earlier looking for a wader bag sized to carry on a plane, and this price is far better for an excellent design than anything I saw. The only thing missing are wheels and a handle, but for some reason most wader bags don't have these; I only found one - a Fishpond Saddlehorn - which I bought to replace my Cabela's wader bag which had gotten too heavy to carry through airports because I loaded it up too much.

The prices at Loon's closeout section on its website are half the price the exact same Loon items run for on other closeout websites, for what looks to be very well-designed gear.
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