Simms BugStopper SolarFlex Hooded Pullover - Men's

Simms BugStopper SolarFlex Hooded Pullover - Men's
Simms BugStopper SolarFlex Hooded Pullover - Men's
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BugStopper SolarFlex Hooded Pullover - Men's by Simms
The Simms BugStopper SolarFlex Hooded Pullover makes fishing more fun by managing two of the biggest irritants of a day on the water--sun and bugs. A sun savvy construction shields you from harmful UV rays whether you're casting in high mountain streams or drifting along the shore of your favorite lake, while InsectShield technology discourages the swarms from driving you crazy. COR3 Technology wicks sweat and dries quickly to keep you comfortable in variable conditions, while an anti-odor treatment ensures you won't scare the fish away with your stench. Anticipating the casting motion, this performance hoodie features flatlock seams and a raglan construction for mobility as you reel in your big catch.

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