Simms G3 Guide Pant - Men's

Simms G3 Guide Pant - Men's
$399.96 $499.95 20% off
G3 Guide Pant - Men's by Simms
Price subject to change | SKU: SMM000D

Simms G3 Guide Pant - Men's

Look to the Simms Men's G3 Guide Pant if most of the wading you do involves high-mountain streams or mid-thigh excursions in slow-moving rivers or calm lake waters. Designed for below-waist wading use, the G3 Guide Pant features Gore-Tex Pro Shell fabric and Gore taped seams for unbelievable waterproofness and breathability. Simms' exclusive 5-layer Gore-Tex Pro fabric found in the seat, waist, and throughout the leg offers incredible durability and protection, while the G3 Guide Pant's overall construction supplies less wear and tear and enhanced durability. Its YKK Aquaseal waterproof fly zipper minimizes corrosion and provides high-performing, durable wear for years to come. Simms also gave the G3 Guide Pant its patented front and back leg seam design that allows for an unprecedented amount of mobility and leg articulation in the wader while eliminating seams from the critical wear zones at the inner leg. Its articulated knees ensure maximum comfort and mobility when you reel in your catch. And the G3 Guide Pant's waistband construction with integrated belt loops and double snap closure and two-inch elastic belt with Simms Trout buckle supplies a comfortable, secure fit. Built-in gravel guards feature 2-millimeters of high-density, abrasion-resistant neoprene material with stainless steel boot hooks and a reinforced attachment design while anatomically-engineered, hourglass-shaped, 4-millimeter neoprene stockingfeet offer a better, more comfortable fit. If you need a place for your fly fishing license, dry shake, or sunglasses chamois, simply use the G3 Guide Pant's water-resistant zippered right-hand pocket.

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