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son and i both wear them...i will add though you still get wind burn thru them at times...so beware may still need some level of lotion...and they are great when its cold to keep your face/neck that little bit warmer......just make sure to lower them before going into banks and even marinas..!!!!! LOLOL

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I bought one off Amazon. Seems like it was around $15-20. They have matching shirts too, but they were like $75 so I passed on the shirt and got some cheaper ones elsewhere. It's nice not having to mess with sunscreen anymore because I despise that oily feeling mess that it gives you. I still keep a little bit on hand for the tip of my nose though since it still gets a little bit of exposure to the sun.

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2 hours ago, stoneattherock said:

son and i both wear them...i will add though you still get wind burn thru them at times...so beware may still need some level of lotion...and they are great when its cold to keep your face/neck that little bit warmer......just make sure to lower them before going into banks and even marinas..!!!!! LOLOL

Good point, they will keep your cheeks (the ones on your face) a tad warmer on a cold morning boat ride.

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I picked up a couple of the fleeced lined from SA in preparation for next winter, just for that reason. 

12 minutes ago, Quillback said:

Good point, they will keep your cheeks (the ones on your face) a tad warmer on a cold morning boat ride.

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On 3/18/2017 at 8:32 AM, Macsimus said:

I got this one two years ago and it's still holding up. I had to have something I could breathe easily with as I can't stand trying to breathe through fabric. I will say they are proud of them. I think I paid around $22 for mine.  

https://www.simmsfishing.com/shop/hats-sunhoods/bugstopper-sungaiter.html

 

+1 for the Simms gear.  Fly fisherman have known they make some quality stuff for a while now.  They also make what I think are the best cold weather fishing gloves out there.  It isn't the cheapest but very dependable quality.  

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1 hour ago, bferg said:

+1 for the Simms gear.  Fly fisherman have known they make some quality stuff for a while now.  They also make what I think are the best cold weather fishing gloves out there.  It isn't the cheapest but very dependable quality.  

Curious which style gloves you use?

Thanks. 

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11 hours ago, vernon said:

Curious which style gloves you use?

Thanks. 

I have these Exstream foldover mitts.  http://www.tackledirect.com/simms-pg-10703-exstream-foldover-mitt.html

I really like how you can fold part of the thumb back and keep it under a little elastic strap.  I like being able to quickly have my finger tips accessible for tying on and what not.  Those G4 gloves are probably a bit warmer but I don't like having to take off my entire glove to tie on and I am not good enough to do it with gloves on.  

 

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Got my Gillzmask and sun gloves in yesterday.  Anxious to take 'em for a test drive this weekend.  Mask is unbelievably light and sheer,  but rated SPF 50. 

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10 minutes ago, Donna G said:

Got my Gillzmask and sun gloves in yesterday.  Anxious to take 'em for a test drive this weekend.  Mask is unbelievably light and sheer,  but rated SPF 50. 

We want a review once you have been out on the water.  And no comments from the peanut gallery (you know who I'm talking about :D).

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