Simms ProDry Gore-Tex Jacket - Men's

Simms ProDry Gore-Tex Jacket - Men's
Simms ProDry Gore-Tex Jacket - Men's
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ProDry Gore-Tex Jacket - Men's by Simms
When you'd take a dark and stormy day over a hot and sunny, arm yourself with the Simms Men's ProDry Gore-Tex Jacket when you head out for a little foul-weather fishing. Simms built the ProDry to keep working professionals out on the water all day, so you'd better believe it will work well for you, too. The jacket is equipped with a Gore-Tex Pro three-layer shell for top-shelf protection from rain, and it maintains an excellent level of breathability, so you won't feel all damp and dewy from sweat by the end of the day. The three-point adjustable hood shields your face from slanting rains, and the YKK Aquaseal zippers seal out any moisture that would otherwise seep through the zippers. Since those rainy days usually produce more fish than the clear and sunny ones, you'll be releasing quite a few fish when you wear this jacket, so the watertight cuffs will be a feature you'll appreciate. And since your hands will be pretty cold after you release those big old salmonids, two zippered hand pockets will be a welcome companion when its time to switch out flies.

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