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Backcountry x Simms Flyweight Stockingfoot Pant+ Wader - Women's

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sale $374.96 Original price:$499.95

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Why We Built The Flyweight Stockingfoot Pant+ Wader With Simms

The river's always fishier on the other side, so we made the Flyweight Stockingfoot Pant+ Wader technical and robust so we can get there comfortably. The lower legs feature 4-layer GORE-TEX Pro fabric for fully submersible waterproofing, while the upper is composed of stretchier GORE-TEX material for greater mobility through rough waters. We also added stocking feet with Hex Air Gravel Guards for extended coverage, superior moisture management, and a smaller pack size than standard options.

  • Versatile, durable waders ideal for long days of casting
  • GORE-TEX technology offers waterproof, breathable protection
  • Self-draining thigh pockets keep your essentials secured
  • Hex Air gravel guards keep debris out and manage moisture
  • Adjustable suspenders offer a secure, custom fit all day
  • Built-in gusset lets you move freely while netting your next catch
  • Item #BCCZ29I

Material
[upper] Stretch GORE-TEX (3-layer), [lower] GORE-TEX Pro (4-layer)
Belt Included
included
Suspenders
adjustable
Pockets
2 self-draining hip
Gravel Guards
Hex Air
Recommended Use
river fishing, stillwater fishing, saltwater fishing
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

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>Rating: 5

Lightweight LOVE & A Super Sweet Fit

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
Small
Height
5` 2"
Weight
115 lbs

I've been looking for something lightweight yet durable that I can wear for warmer weather walk-n-wades as well as rowing and fishing from a boat and I've finally found the perfect wader! Designed as a "pant plus" these have more coverage then a pant wader but are less restrictive than a full wader. Great for in the boat - I have more range of motion while rowing and I don't have to worry about the dreaded sweaty back. Definitely appropriate for when you need to hop out of the boat to pick apart a run or net a fish. These are super lightweight and packable, and pair really well with the flyweight boots. If you travel a lot (when COVID safe) and don't want to bring your most beefy and bulky kit, these are a great option. There is 4 layer GORE-TEX in the lower legs where you need more durability, and a stretchy 3 layer GORE-TEX in the upper to allow for more mobility. I love the pockets -they are self draining if you wade a bit too deep and they're big enough to hold a beer or your fly box, a couple extra weights, or some floatant. Fun and refreshing color, too. Not too bright, but also not your old school drab tan. I typically wear a small or XS in apparel and the small fits me perfectly with enough room to layer. My feet are a street shoe 8 but I have no issue with the stockingfoot in the small. There is a built in gusseted zipper along the top that easily allows for extra layers, so I'm super stoked to wear these in the fall with a puffy while I'm rowing or walking. If you're busty and have a lot of trouble finding waders to fit your boobs, these could be a great option due to the low cut and adjustable suspenders. Perfect for: - rowing a boat (unzip the gusset to allow extra room for layers or your gut, also say goodbye to swampy, sweaty rower's back) - fishing run-off/spring time or early summer, when the air temp is HAWT but the water temps are brrrchilly - when you're annoyed with the fit of wading pants - when you're putting down river miles off the beaten path (think log hopping, some boulder scrambling, frequent river crossings, heading to an alpine lake) - traveling (they pack down to be no bigger than a shoe box) Not so perfect for: - winter fishing - wading nipple deep while swinging for steel Where I've used these: - Rowing A & B section of the Green River - Fishing the middle Provo as far away from the access points as my little legs will carry me - Exploring the Upper Provo in the Uintas - Scrambling out and onto boulders in Bear Trap Canyon & Reynolds Pass on the Madison (gotta fish the buckets, you know?) - Traversing the boulder laden banks and hopping over 4,000 downed trees in Gallatin Canyon Next up: Yellowstone Natl Park this summer and a Snake River trip!!