Simms Purple Haze Trucker Hat

Simms Purple Haze Trucker Hat
Simms Purple Haze Trucker Hat
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Purple Haze Trucker Hat by Simms
Whether you're on the river or off the river, showcase your love of fly fishing with the Simms Purple Haze Trucker Hat. The dry-fly front and center gives you angling style while the flat-brim shields your eyes from glare and sun rays.

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SKU: SMM00JU
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