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Old 05-31-2003, 11:28 AM
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Patagonia's or Hodgman Guidelite's

My mind is stuck on the patagonias, Im 98% im gonna buy em or the hodgmans. Im gettin the pata's for $190 and I can get guidelites for $170. Just asking what you guys think...But I dont know if anyone can change my mind....Just looking for comments on either. I used to use cabelas but Since I fish 2 times a week at least and when the steel are in full force maybe more. I have had to return them 5 times. I will admit they have one of the best customer services but their products suck!! Not a bash to people who have them!!
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Old 06-02-2003, 10:24 AM
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I would probably go with the Pataguccis at that price. What kind of warranty do they offer? It would seem that most non-GoreTex waders are made of the same stuff, and probably in the same factory. They WILL leak (they all do. Sims the least). If you are looking for a bargain, look for the best warranty. If you are looking to stay dry, save up for the Sims Guide or G3.
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Old 06-02-2003, 01:23 PM
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Or buy two pairs of reasonably priced waders and hold onto one for backup while the first is being processed through warranty.
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