Fishpond Flint Hills Vest

Fishpond Flint Hills Vest
Fishpond Flint Hills Vest
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Flint Hills Vest by Fishpond
Instead of trying to stuff every little thing into your shirt or jacket pockets, use the lightweight Fishpond Flint Hills Vest. Its adjustable shoulder and waist strap give you a custom, comfortable fit so you can focus on what's checking out your fly.

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SKU: FSH0001
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