Simms Guide Short - Men's

Simms Guide Short - Men's
Simms Guide Short - Men's
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Guide Short - Men's by Simms
As much as you love your waders, it's nice to let your legs enjoy the refreshing feel of a mountain stream in a pair of Simms Men's Guide Shorts. Made with a two-way stretch fabric with COR3 technology, not only are the Guide Shorts easy to maneuver in when you're casting from the bow of drift boat, but they resist odor-causing microbial growth and provide protection from the sun. A gusseted crotch makes entering into a power stance while you make a double-haul cast to the far bank easier, and it makes stepping in and out of an unstable boat simple. A mess of pockets holds just about anything you'd want a pair of shorts to hold..

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SKU: SMMF056
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