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Simms Headwaters Boot Felt

Simms Fishing

DESCRIPTION

RUGGED BOOT BUILT TO BOLDLY EXCEL ON THE APPROACH AND IN THE DRINK. This boot will keep you going all day on the Gallatin & Madison Rivers.

Simms’ Felt Headwaters® Boot is an all-day ally powered by a lightweight, durable platform that maximizes balance and control. The scratch rubber and high-denier nylon upper ensure long life. A partial neoprene lining adds appreciated cushioning and easy on/off performance. Dual-density EVA midsoles absorb shock and bolster comfort. And die-cut, full coverage retention plates enhance rigidity.

FEATURES

  • Scratch rubber & high denier nylon upper
  • Partial neoprene lining for cushioning & easy on/off
  • Duel-density EVA midsole for shock absorption
  • Headwaters™ platform for maximum underfoot stability
  • Die-cut, full coverage retention plate for maximum rigidity & stud retention
  • 12mm felt outsole

APPROX. PAIR WEIGHT (SIZE 11): 56oz.

MEN'S WADING BOOT SIZE CHART

To allow proper room for the neoprene stockingfoot, find your regular shoe size in the right-hand columns and order the corresponding Simms Boot in the first column. This will typically be one size up from your normal shoe size for men and one size down for women (ie: a women's USA size 8 would take a men's boot size 7).


(Simms Boot size 5 will fit a Youth Size 4, etc.)

SIMMS WADING
BOOT SIZE
USA
SIZE
EURO
SIZE
UK
SIZE
CM
SIZE
5** 4 37 3 22
6** 5 38 4 23
7 6 39 5 24
8 7 40 6 25
9 8 41 7 26
10 9 42 8 27
11 10 43 9 28
12 11 44 10 29
13 12 45 11 30
14 13 46 12 31

TECHNOLOGIES

 CleanStream™ is a design philosophy that runs through our line of wading footwear. While not specific to a product feature, this designation does indicate that the product includes features and/or materials that are more resistant to "hitch-hiking" organisms – have less exposed stitching, fewer ridges & pockets and utilize non-absorbent materials – all making the boots easier to inspect, clean and dry faster. All of these elements assist anglers in doing their part to prevent the spread of invasive species. 



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