Men's Simms ProDry Rain Jacket

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Men's Simms ProDry Rain Jacket


The Men's Simms ProDry Jacket is a lightweight yet durable rain jacket built for performance no matter your standard—from ocean fishing to a bass tournament. Made from GORE-TEX Pro fabric, the Simms ProDry Jacket is waterproof yet breathable to keep you dry and warm no matter the weather conditions, while the Dry CuffTM sleeve closure prevents water from running down your arm. Features like the zippered chest and hand pockets, water-repellent zippers, and adjustable Storm Hood all elevate the function of the Simms ProDry Jacket when on the water.



  • Zippered handwarmer pockets with adjustable waist cinch located inside pocket
  • Articulated sleeves with safety reflective hits and shingled, no-catch watertight cuff
  • Cinchable hem line with kill switch D-ring for use when running to the honey hole
  • Leading-edge GORE-TEX® Pro durable waterproof breathable 3L fabric keeps you exceedingly dry in any weather while on the water
  • Hood built with high speeds and driving rain in mind, features three-point adjustability, wind and water pass through drain holes at base of back collar, bonded brim with rain-gasket liner and high-collar extreme weather protection. Also neatly tucks away in collar when not in use
  • Exposed center-front zipper backed with waterproof storm flap
  • Water-tight exposed dual chest pockets and interior zippered stretch-woven pocket for essentials


  • Weight: 20 oz. (approximately)
  • Shell: upper body and hood: 3-layer GORE-TEX Pro Shell; 155gsm 80D 100% nylon 6.6 plain weave w/ 100% nylon 6.6 tricot backer and DWR
  • Shell: lower body: 3-Layer GORE-TEX Pro Shell; 141 gsm 70D 100% nylon 6.6 plain weave w/ 100% nylon 6.6 tricot backer DWR
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