Simms Tributary Wading Boot - Felt - Men's

Simms Tributary Wading Boot - Felt - Men's
Simms Tributary Wading Boot - Felt - Men's
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Tributary Wading Boot - Felt - Men's by Simms
Casting from a stance in moving water required confident footing, which you can achieve with the Simms Tributary Wading Boot. This felt-soled boot clings to slippery rocks and algae-covered banks to help you maintain stability as you traverse the water. The synthetic upper dries quickly to reduce weight on your post-wade hike, and a neoprene lining helps keep your feet warm when you wade back in at a different spot.

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SKU: SMM00I6
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