Designed with extensive input from some of the best guides in the business, the Simms Guide Pliers put those rusty needle-nosers currently occupying your pack to shame. Premium materials like 17-4 stainless steel, 6061 anodized aluminum, and tungsten carbide offers durability, lightness, and corrosion-resistance. Simms also added handy features like a cutting blade for slicing through line, a beveled notch for tightening knots, and a bottle opener for cracking open celebratory cold ones.
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