Simms Bugstopper Net Sombrero

Simms Bugstopper Net Sombrero
Simms Bugstopper Net Sombrero
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Bugstopper Net Sombrero by Simms
When the sun is beating down on you and bugs are darting in your eyes and mouth, it can be hard to focus on your cast--the Simms Bugstopper Net Sombrero helps you enjoy the day nuisance-free. Full coverage no-see-um mesh lines the wide bucket brim to protect you from both the bugs around you and sun above you. Insect Shield repellent and UPF sun protection are both integrated into the fabric fibers to give you long-lasting quality protection against the elements. Cinch down the chin strap and mesh for a comfortable fit and never waist a cast on the wrong fly again.

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