Simms Freestone Felt Boot - Women's

Simms Freestone Felt Boot - Women's
Simms Freestone Felt Boot - Women's
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Freestone Felt Boot - Women's by Simms
Built to give you the support needed for navigating slippery riverbeds, the Freestone Felt Boot delivers comfort and performance to help you get your big catch. Felt soles add reliable traction and durability for rivers across the world, while synthetic uppers handle the abuse from brush and rock.

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SKU: SMMF068
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