Simms Guide Change Mat

Simms Guide Change Mat
Simms Guide Change Mat
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Guide Change Mat by Simms
Never shred another pair of booties on a rocky shore again when you pack the Simms Guide Change Mat on your future fishing trips. It offers a durable and waterproof surface for you to change in and out of when you don't feel like hiking in and out in your stuffy waders.

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SKU: SMM00BL
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