Natural Layering Fleece Wader Pant

$44.99
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The Natural Gear Layering Fleece Wader Pant is the perfect layering piece for under waders, in the duck blind on colder days, or wear alone in milder weather. This waterfowl pant is built with your comfort in mind and is constructed of a 300g fleece that's light and breathable. The lightweight fleece in these camo wader pants minimizes bulk under waders, keeps you incredibly mobile and because it's breathable; won't cause overheating. Complete with stirrups, you can count on these fleece layering pants to stay down in your boots. Wherever your waterfowl hunting takes you, Natural Gear has you covered with our weather versatile, Layering Fleece Wader Pant. Check out the rest of our products in our Layering Fleece Line.

  • 300g Lightweight Fleece
  • Breathable
  • Elastic Waist
  • Built-in Stirrups
  • Zippered Back Pocket
  • Full-Cut

 

 

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Original "Natural"

The Original Natural is the one that started it all and is still our most popular pattern 25 years later. Because it was created using Natural Gear’s laws of soft edges, naturally occurring tones, and vertical orientation found in nature, it is incredibly versatile for use in multiple seasons and environments. Whether you’re in the woods, the desert, or the swamp, this pattern can adapt to its surroundings. This is the one that made us famous.

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  • 5
    Wader pants

    Posted by John on Nov 26th 2018

    These bad boys are the perfect combination of warmth and comfort. The fleece legs are comfortable enough to lounge around house all day or warm enough to wear under waders in sub freezing temps! I will buy again!

  • 5
    perfect

    Posted by Howard Cook on Sep 21st 2018

    I will never buy thermal underwear again! This stuff is warm.

  • 5
    Tyler Gaskin

    Posted by Tyler Gaskin on Sep 9th 2018

    Tyler Gaskin
    Webfoot Waterfowl