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DescriptionSimms’ Waderwick™ Bottom is built for paramount performance thanks to a double dose of breathability and mobility via 2-way stretch knit fabric. COR3 Technology rounds out the equation, blasting odor, wicking moisture, and kicking skin damage to outer atmospheres via UPF 50 sun protection.
- 2-way stretch knit fabric offers excellent breathability and mobility
- COR3 technology is anti-odor, wicks moisture & provides UPF 50 sun protection
- UPF protection is inherent in the fabric and will not diminish due to laundering
- Simms branded plush elastic waistband for added comfort
- 100% Polyester with COR3 Technology
- Approximate weight: 5 oz
- Size Chart
Men's Layering Bottom Size Chart
Men's Sizes Waist* Inseam** S 28" - 30" 30" M 32" - 34" 31" L 36" - 38" 32" XL 40" - 42" 33" XXL 44" - 46" 33"
* This is a body measurement
** This is a garment measurement - inseam measured from crotch to ankle
- Product Care
Layering Care - Guide Fleece and WaderWick™
Machine wash cold. Tumble dry low. Do not bleach. Do not iron. Do not dry clean.
Products using the COR3™ Technology fabric finish have a UPF rating of 30 or greater, properties to minimize odor and outstanding wicking performance for important moisture management. The anti-odor finish helps control odors caused by a wide range of microorganisms (mold, mildew, algae, yeast) is compatible with virtually all fabrics. All of our performance cotton clothing utilizing COR3™ also feature COR3™ EZ. The "EZ" means easy care and indicates that garments featuring this treatment will travel well and resist wrinkles.
At Simms, sun protection is a critical component of our sportswear offering. Through a combination of fabric construction, design and finish, we offer a wide range of clothing that features a minimum UPF of 30 (very good) up to UPF of 50 (excellent). UPF stands for Ultraviolet Protection Factor and indicates how much of the sun's UV radiation is absorbed. A fabric with a rating of 50 will allow only 1/50th of the sun's UV rays to pass through. This means the fabric will reduce your skin's UV radiation exposure significantly. All of our UPF finishes last the life of the garment, an industry standard of 30 washings.
- Best Summer Wader Pants Review by John
OverallThese Waderwick bottoms are the perfect pant for warm and hot weather. They keep sweat from rolling down your legs to your socks but also keep your waders from chafing your legs during a full day of wade fishing.
(Posted on 8/4/13)
- My favorite under garment in & out of the water, period ! Review by Dougie
OverallI've worn these Waderwick bottoms for at least 2 years, including 3 World Fly Fishing Competitions/European Fly Fishing Competitions. They are wonderful at controlling odor, wicking, and very comfortable. Sizing is perfect. They are just now starting to wear-out after wearing them basically everyday. I wear them around the house to lounge in, under my normal pants everyday in the winter. So in cold weather, they are on 24 hours a day. I place them on, then put my socks on pulling the socks up & over the waderwick bottoms, sealing in warmth & covering all skin. I also sleep in them for pajamas. Hands down, they are the best piece of clothing investment that I ever purchased, ever. I've placed another order and can't wait for them to arrive in April 2013. If the new version is better than these. . . well, you can just see me smiling from over here!
Dougie Rhodes, International Supervisor FIPS Mouche WFFCs
(Posted on 3/7/13)
- Go to base layer Review by Ryan
OverallGreat base layer. I can get away with just these under the waders in temps down ~45 degrees, less than that I add a fleece on top of these. I also use these under a pair of Carhartts or jeans in the fall for cold weather football games and under my ski pants for skiing in the winter.
(Posted on 8/9/12)
- Works nicely Review by Jared G
OverallI wear these in the summer to wick sweat and under the guide fleece in the winter for wicking / warmth. Have worn and slept in for several days while camping and fishing. No stink and they keep you dry under your waders.
(Posted on 7/17/12)
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