LaCrosse Alpha SwampFox 600-gram Waders

Everything you demand in quality waders: that’s the Men’s LaCrosse Alpha SwampFox 600-gram in Advantage Max-4 HD.

The patent-pending, Alpha rubber-clad neoprene boots deliver super-lightweight comfort, almost like wading in sneakers! And the tough, lightweight nylon upper portion breathes for extra comfort. Plus, any hunter will admire the effective Advantage Max-4 HD camo.

Up top, the Taslon nylon upper has a micro-porous polyurethane film that makes it completely waterproof, yet it vents vapor out keeping you warm and dry inside. The Armortex-coated haps are ultra-resistant to punctures and tears. Around your feet, you’ll like the 3.5-mm rubber-clad naturally insulating neoprene boot, along with 600-gram Thinsulate Ultra Insulation, which adds even more warmth. The Trac-Lite outsole ensures good traction, protection, and support as do heel and toe counters. A fiberglass shank and EVA footbed offer additional comfort and support.

Other practical features include the “no-see” locking suspender buckle design. Plus, the suspenders are easily adjustable elastic. The fleece-lined handwarmer pockets features a top-loading cargo pocket, and small, secure net pocket for added, easy-to-reach gear. The whole set weighs just 6 pounds.

For more information, contact:
LaCrosse Footwear, Inc.
18550 NE Riverside Parkway
Portland, OR 97230


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