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SOLD: Like New 2XL Arctic Armor Red and Black Coat and Bibs - $225

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I have for sale a like new 2XL Red and Black Arctic Armor floating coat and bibs for $225. I wore these for one ice fishing season and i have grown out of it. I will be buying a larger size this year for sure! This set would cost $330 brand new from the manufacturer IDI Gear. These suits are light, warm and if you fall through the ice you will float. Get it now!

email me david.lindner{at}gmail{dot}com

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what is your height and weight? I may be interested but want to make sure they would fit me. pm me

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The PM feature is disabled so, don't expect one. You should email the seller.

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what is your height and weight? I may be interested but want to make sure they would fit me. pm me

I'm 6'5" 280lbs. The coat fit fine but the bibs were a bit tight on the goods and the knees when I would sit down.

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Fishsinlocal Im 6'6" and 275 and I wear a xxxl bibs and a xxl jacket and they fit fine.

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David you have mail

Can you send me an email? I don't think PMs are working.

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I am 6'5 270 so i suppose I am in the same boat as the rest of you guys too.

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I am 6'5 270 so i suppose I am in the same boat as the rest of you guys too.

Yep...I got the new 3XL and it fits perfect!

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How muh did the cost new?

New they are $339 plus tax and shipping. ($329 for smaller sizes)

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Fishinlocal... sent you an e-mail. I was also wondering how well these clean up when they get dirty do they stain at all?

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I wore mine all winter and my wife has it looking like brand new. She washed it by hand with a little soap.

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At that price, thay are a deal for sure. Also, one great fishing, snowmobiling suit too.

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