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Grundens, one of the world's leading fly fishing apparel and gear companies, has recently released new products for Fall 2021. Among them are an expanded lineup of GORE-TEX products, along with footwear and outerwear. You can view the fall collection here.
Continuing their trend of producing fantastic caps for anglers of all stripes, Rep Your Water has released their new River Shade Hat 2.0. It's an upgrade over their previous River Shade Hat. The 2.0 features a new natural wood fiber material, with a black under-brim to reduce glare. Check out the hat, and the rest of the features, here.
Orvis released a bunch of new gear for use in Spring 2021, and I've had the chance to review quite a bit of it. You can read my thoughts on some of their new stuff here.
The folks over at Fly Fisherman Magazine put together their gift guide for Father's Day in 2021. The guide features everything from fly rods to whiskey, so you're sure to find something here that your dad or husband will appreciate. Read the guide in full here.
RepYourWater, the popular fly fishing apparel company, has launched its new line of gear for the spring 2021 season. Included are new shirts, hats, and hoodies. Read more about the line of gear here.
Patagonia released a brand-new line of waders for 2021 - the Swiftcurrent waders. Designed for men and women, these new waders feature Patagonia's commitment to using recycled materials, as well as the company's longstanding guarantee of durability. You can learn more about them in the video below.
I recently had the pleasure of fishing with the new Orvis PRO Insulated Convertible Mitts. Like everything else in the Orvis PRO series, these gloves were fantastic. You can read my full review of them here.
Ross Purnell, over at Fly Fisherman Magazine, recently reviewed the new Simms Vapor Elite jacket. You can read the review here.
Mickey Anderson, of Fish Tech Outfitters in Utah, was recently on KSL Outdoors to discuss winter layering techniques for fly anglers looking to spend time on the river when the snow flies. Mickey, as usual, has great tips, and you can view them here.
With the weather finally turning colder, anglers are starting to look at their cold-weather gear with a more critical eye. Is it really going to hold up to an entire winter of abuse? If you're in that boat, or you're looking for a new wading jacket anyways, then this article is for you. Read it in full here.