Simms Women's Freestone Wading Fishing Boot With Felt Sole

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Simms Women's Freestone Fly-Fishing Boot

Women's feet are not men's feet; that is why it doesn't feel quite right for women to wade in men's boots. Women's achilles lengths are different then mens', the heel to arch is diffferent and so is the heel to ball. The Simms Women's Freestone Fly-Fishing Boot is a Simms 12mm felt sole fly-fishing boot that is extremely durable, heavy-duty, and comes with really great foot and ankle support and traction and is designed with waterproof synthetic leather and scratch rubber upper for all-around durability and also comes with a neoprene-lined collar for multipurpose hiking and wading comfort which is great.  

The Simms Women's Freestone Fly-Fishing Boot is designed with a 12mm felt sole that is built from the bottom up to overcome specific obstacles on a variety of terrains and boast innovative compounds and technical sole patterns, specifically developed to meet the challenges of several different environments and applications. So make sure to check out this Simms Women's Freestone Felt Fly Fishing Boot that is very innovative, durable, comfortable to wear and also really looks great.

- Waterproof synthetic leather and scratch rubber upper
- Partial neoprene lining
- Dual density EAVA midsole for shock absorption 

Durable and agile, the Women's Freestone boot provides support and comfrot in a proven Simms' design and materials.

  • Women's specific fit with a comfortable, high-cushion midsole that deflects shock
  • Scratch rubber protective toe for bolstered durability
  • Corrosion-resistant lacing hardware
  • California Residents: Prop 65 WARNING

About Freestone Streams

In Fly fishing, a freestone stream flows seasonally, based on the water supply. In the summer and fall, freestone streams grow warm and have reduced flow because water from snow melt is less readily available. In contrast to limestone streams, which flow over limestone and dolomite, freestone streams generally flow over sandstoneshale, and crystalline rocks. Additionally, freestone streams are supplied by runoff and snowmelt, while limestone streams are usually fed by springs, providing cooler waters and a more stable pH balance.

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