BARE releases the new women’s specific Crystal neoprene wader - 07/23/10
Building on an already strong reputation in the fishing wader category, BARE is proud to release the all new Crystal – a new wader patterned and designed specifically for women.
Inspired by Crystal Lake, this 3mm neoprene women’s specific wader offers true ruggedness and dependability, with just the right touch of feminine. Black 30mm binding on the exposed edges of the wader frame the River (blue) interior and increase comfort around the anatomically shaped Velcro adjustable harness. Other unique features include a large exterior chest pocket with drain holes that act as tippet dispensers and a padded highly abrasion resistant knee pad for superior protection.
Crystal Lake 51°27' N 120°45' W
I make a right off the Cariboo’s “Fishing Highway” and find myself on the shores on the aptly named Crystal Lake. At 3800 feet, the air is crisp and cool. As I float out on my tube and gaze across the lake, I find it hard to separate the shoreline from its reflection. Not a moment too soon, I deliver the Tom Thumb from my trusty #5/6 into the water ahead of the slurp. In true Rainbow fashion, he hits it on the second round as though it was part of that last hatch. As I play this hammer, a loon’s call pierces the silence. For the briefest of moments, I enjoy the echo … and then I notice the slack in my line.
Inspired by where we fish
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