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DescriptionSimms’ Women’s Guide Jacket is fishing armor for your cat woman-like reflexes. Dodge aerial assaults from sinking tips, gusty winds, and torrential downpours with flannel backed 3-layer GORE-TEX® Soft Shell fabric. Retrieve gadgets/tools from perfectly placed streamlined zippered chest pockets in a split second. And when the weather turns from friend to foe, brace for battle with watertight storm cuffs and a lightweight adjustable hood.
- GORE-TEX® Soft Shell technology provides excellent protection in a soft, comfortable fabric
- Two streamlined zipper chest pockets accommodate gear and house a hidden built-in retractor
- Lightweight adjustable hood stows away easily in zippered collar
- Storm cuff featuring watertight stretch fabric inner cuff with self-fabric over cuff
- 3-layer GORE-TEX® Soft Shell fabric with flannel backer
- Approximate weight: 24.5 oz
- Size Chart
Women's Guide™ Jacket Size Chart
Women's Sizes Bust* Sleeve* XS (0 - 2) 32" - 34" 31" S (4-6) 34" - 36" 31" M (8 - 10) 36" - 38" 32" L (12 - 14) 38" - 41" 33" XL (16 - 18) 41" - 44" 33"
* These are body measurements
GORE-TEX® Technology and Simms Gear
- Product Care
GORE-TEX® Outerwear Care:
Cleaning your GORE-TEX® garments regularly will extend the life of the product. It will also keep them breathable as dirt and oil can clog the GORE-TEX® membrane over time.
It is critical to wash jackets. Natural oils can damage the GORE-TEX® tape and adhesives causing a peeling effect.
Machine wash warm. Do not use fabric softener or bleach.
Remember to zip all pockets and close all Velcro cuffs before washing to prevent any damage caused by the machine.
Tumble dry on warm setting making sure not to use a high heat setting. Drying on warm will actually reactivate the DWR coating.
GORE-TEX® Soft Shell outerwear is waterproof, soft, warm and breathable. Soft Shells minimize the need for layers, increasing freedom of movement in cold, damp conditions. GORE-TEX® Soft Shell garments are Extreme Wet Weather rated: engineered to pass Gore’s aggressive rain test.
Little Parts from the YKK® Fastening Products Group create The Big Difference for our customers — fastening solutions intelligently integrated with the finished product to provide the highest quality, most durable gear. The Little Parts — zippers, metal buttons and snaps, and Nylon buckles — all earn the YKK® brand. The Big Difference begins with their obsession to ensure that every individual component renders maximum value to the finished whole. That commitment instills quality and value into every product. Simms utilizes fasteners built to withstand the harshest environments and YKK® provides the best solutions to meet those needs. All Simms outerwear features nylon YKK® zippers to minimize corrosion and provide high performing, durable wear. www.ykkamerica.com.
- Nice jacket Review by Woollybugger8
OverallJacket looks to be of great quality. Thanks for making a women's jacket that fits! I'm 5'1, 125 lbs and can never find anything small enough to fit me. I can't speak to its performance yet, as I live ijn Michigan and don't fish during the winter. But in a few months I'll be trying it out and I'm sure it will perform well.
(Posted on 1/2/14)
- Great quality Review by Lexi
OverallMy husband bought me this jacket for our fishing trip to Alaska. I'm 120lbs and 5'5", and he got me a medium. It fits perfectly-- follows the contours of my shape well while leaving room for layers and movement in the arms. The lining is soft, it's waterproof, and seems pretty durable. Overall, I'm very pleased with the purchase.
(Posted on 10/7/13)
- Incredible Jacket Review by Hollis
OverallI bought this jacket over other fishing jackets because of the style, function and durability. I fish in the Rocky Mountains 10 months a year and this jacket will be used every month. I am 125#, 5'3" and bought a size Small. I was going to get the XS, but am VERY happy with the small. It does not look too big, but does allow for layering under the jacket. I would fully recommend this jacket, as long as you use it!
(Posted on 11/8/12)
- Too thin wrist? Review by Natalia
OverallBeing a happy owner of Headwaters waders I recently decided to complete my fishing gear with this jacket. Looks pretty, great quality, very pleasant soft lining. Waterproof and comfortable. But one thing disturbs me: when I pull my hands into the water or rise them up while raining - water gets into my sleeves through those storm cuffs, though they're tightened quite good. Do I have too thin wrists (water gets in through little folds of so called "watertight" fabric) or what? Size is OK, it's S (167 sm tall, 90 breast, 65 waist, 95 hip)
(Posted on 7/16/12)
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