Simms makes high-quality fishing gear and apparel, and it doesn’t go on sale often.
GearJunkie staff members are big fans of Simms, so we were super-stoked to see it on sale. This brand is a pricey but worthy investment, so snagging some at 25% off is a huge win. Check out some of our favorite picks or shop the full sale.
Simms Sale: Up to 25% Off
Backcountry x Simms Flyweight Stockingfoot Pant+ Wader — Men’s: $375 (25% Off)
Our very own GearJunkie a-fish-ionados tested out these waders and were thoroughly impressed. As our reviewer wrote, these waders are for wearers who “want a comfortable, lightweight, and stretchy wader to cover a lot of water, or who want a packable pair for traveling.” Best of all, they work for wading in spring, summer, and fall.
Backcountry x Simms Flyweight Technical Shell Jacket: $225 (25% Off)
This jacket is the second piece of the Backcountry x Simms collab line. It is designed for areas prone to precipitation and has a nice-sized mesh chest pocket for keeping necessities ready and available.
Dry Creek Z Fishing Hip Pack — 10L: $170 (25% Off)
This waterproof hip pack is a great option for storing anything that you may need to access quickly and easily while out on the water. It has mesh interior pockets so you can stay organized, and the hip strap is padded to help you stay comfy during long days.
Backcountry x Simms Flyweight Z Sling Pack: $184 (20% Off)
Round out your Backcountry x Simms fly fishing set with this pack. It’s designed to keep you comfortably hands-free, and the waterproof zippers and TPU coating provide submersible protection for all of your essentials.
Black’s Ford Flannel Shirt — Men’s: $50 and Up (45% Off)
This classic-cut flannel shirt is made with a 100% polyester wicking fabric. It sports stretch mesh on the yoke, plus two chest pockets. It’s button-down business in the front, and ready to hit the river up top. Four or five styles are available on sale.
What Is Simms?
The brand was founded in 1980 by John Simms. As a long-time angler and river/fishing guide, he realized that the waders of the time weren’t doing the best job of keeping people safe and dry, so he set out to create top-quality waders.
KC Walsh, also an avid angler, acquired Simms in 1993 and moved the business to Bozeman, Montana. Simms fishing products have been designed, made, and tested by experts ever since.