Simms Big Sky Shirt - Men's

Simms Big Sky Shirt - Men's
Simms Big Sky Shirt - Men's
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Big Sky Shirt - Men's by Simms
The Simms Men's Big Sky Long-Sleeve Shirt offers you big western style, big performance, and superb comfort while you cast, fish, float, or relax on the restaurant's deck with a cold drink in hand. The vented, mesh-lined back panel wicks moisture and promotes airflow, and also has a UPF 30 sun protection rating. The fabric dries quickly as well, so you don't have to worry about wading a little deeper or splashing yourself as you reel in a big one. Its traditional fit and classic western styling offer a timeless look both on and off the river, giving you a comfortable everyday shirt. An internal pocket stashes your fly fishing license, one chest pocket houses your sunglasses, and another has an accessory loop for gear.

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SKU: SMM001R
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