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View Poll Results: Do you own Simms Waders?

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  • I own Simms waders

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    Re: Simms Waders

    You can't compare any other brands top of the line waders to Simms top of the line waders. Simms top end waders are made in Bozeman, Montana. I will always shell out more American fiat notes to help support American jobs.



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    Re: Simms Waders

    Quote Originally Posted by Trouser Trout View Post
    Dammit i will not stand for the bad mouthing or putting down of orvis!!! I love orvis!!!! I am orvis!!! Tt and orvis are one!!! Even if some of their stuff sucks!!!! Worst waders i ever owned were the orvis tailwaters, they have since been discontinued..... After a full season they gave me a full refund and i purchased the sonic seam waders which are fantastic especially if you have some hiking to get to your spot. Viva la orvis!!!!
    I bought a pair of Orvis waders and they are leaking after about 5 trips to the West Branch of the D.

    Shockingly bad.


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    Re: Simms Waders

    Now THAT i can testify to. If you buy Simms younhave bought the best and in the long run will cost you less.

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    Re: Simms Waders

    Quote Originally Posted by golden beetle View Post
    Shockingly bad.
    From what I understand so is your fishing.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by LyNcH View Post
    Look what the guides are wearing.

    90% wear Patagonia and Simms for a reason.
    Well there's that, and the kick ass guide discount they get...

    7 days without fishing, makes one weak.

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    Re: Simms Waders

    Quote Originally Posted by Trouser Trout View Post
    Viva la orvis!!!!
    See I didn't know Orvis was a Fench company. Now I have to sell all my orvis gear

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    Re: Simms Waders

    Quote Originally Posted by BrownChickenBrownTrout View Post
    Well there's that, and the kick ass guide discount they get...
    dont they get that with other manufacturers equipment like Orvis or Redington?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MACFLY View Post
    See I didn't know Orvis was a Fench company. Now I have to sell all my orvis gear
    Wait, let me dump my Orvis stock before you do that. With the amount you own the company will take quite a hit

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    Re: Simms Waders

    Quote Originally Posted by WBDluver View Post
    Wait, let me dump my Orvis stock before you do that. With the amount you own the company will take quite a hit
    You don't own any orvis stock. You only invest in comemaritive NASCAR memorabilia.

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    Re: Simms Waders

    Started out with SIMM's L2's, now I have moved up to the G4Z's... SIMMS waders and a cockroach, the only two things able to survive an atomic blast. Those of you who fish with me, can attest to how hard I abuse my waders. I know JC abuses his like a red headed step child and they are still going strong...

    My dad's got the G4z's too, and early duck season hell wear them, walking through briars and what not. GOING STRONG!

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    Re: Simms Waders

    Quote Originally Posted by MACFLY View Post
    You don't own any orvis stock. You only invest in comemaritive NASCAR memorabilia.
    True, and Elvis plates from the Franklin Mint

    To look good is to fish good

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    Re: Simms Waders

    Quote Originally Posted by Simms View Post
    Started out with SIMM's L2's, now I have moved up to the G4Z's... SIMMS waders and a cockroach, the only two things able to survive an atomic blast. Those of you who fish with me, can attest to how hard I abuse my waders. I know JC abuses his like a red headed step child and they are still going strong...

    My dad's got the G4z's too, and early duck season hell wear them, walking through briars and what not. GOING STRONG!
    Simms, dont waste your time with these haters. They will never no the joy of owning top shelf equipment. They are content to put Aquaseal all over their waders and brag about he money they saved

    To look good is to fish good

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