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Can You "Take In" Waders?

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My wife has me on a Mediterranean Diet and I have to admit I am losing weight which brings me to this question. I have Simms XXL Guide pants as when I buy Simms products I usually move up a size as I think Simms runs on the small size. Now these waders are too big. Does anyone know if a tailor could take these waders in an inch and maintain waterproofing? If not I could sell them as they have only been used a half dozen times. PS I hate to admit this but if made and cooked correctly Turkey Burgers are quite good.

Posted on: 7/13 10:32
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Re: Can You "Take In" Waders?

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Simms has a custom shop, I wouldn't trust anyone else. Call them and see what they have to say.

Posted on: 7/13 12:57


Re: Can You "Take In" Waders?

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Thanks for the heads up...will contact them tomorrow

Posted on: 7/13 15:40
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Re: Can You "Take In" Waders?

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Talked to Simms and they can't help me. They inferred that although their products do run on the small size this is not the case for the guide pants. Maybe I will run a post on the swap forum.

Posted on: 7/14 14:07
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Re: Can You "Take In" Waders?

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I would simply keep them for when you stop the fad diet and put the weight back on. You may even have to let them out. Just saying.

Posted on: 7/14 19:59






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