Simms Freestone Z Stockingfoot Wader- Women's

Simms Freestone Z Stockingfoot Wader- Women's
Simms Freestone Z Stockingfoot Wader- Women's
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Freestone Z Stockingfoot Wader- Women's by Simms
The Freestone Z adds a level of convenience to waders that zipperless waders do not, without exposing you to extra risk of moisture. Breathable and waterproof, these waders keep you dry and comfortable throughout long hours of wading and casting.

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SKU: SMM00LA
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