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Have idea, breathable waders #8068394 11/29/20 02:31 PM
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Just ordered some Sitkas, read that “their seam waterproofing process” includes Aquaseal. I have a large tube will try to seal all seams on Roger’s or cabellas breathables. Should work. Tedious process but we’ll see how it works…


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Re: Have idea, breathable waders [Re: Greekangler] #8068430 11/29/20 03:10 PM
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I continued to use a pair of Red Head Neoprenes for three years beyond when they should have been thrown out solely with the help of Aquaseal. Let's just say that it worked until they couldn't be patched any longer. A tube of the stuff is cheap on Amazon.

Re: Have idea, breathable waders [Re: Greekangler] #8069209 11/30/20 01:34 AM
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Imho 3m 5200 is a better product
I wonder if doing your own mods/repairs on the aitkas will void their warranty


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