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Women’s Fishing Apparel Guide — January 2022

A monthly look at new shirts, pants, boots, sunglasses and more, made for female anglers.

XtraTuf Salmon Sisters Legacy Deck Boot
XtraTuf Salmon Sisters Legacy Deck Boot Courtesy XtraTuf

XtraTuf Salmon Sisters Legacy Deck Boot

Each season, the Salmon Sisters team up with XtraTuf to develop a new version of the Legacy Deck Boot. This winter, the Legacy is offered with a puffin print on the interior. The boot features the same commercial-grade performance and safety features of the classic Legacy Boot, but with pull tabs and a twin-elastic gore for easy on/off. Available in whole sizes 6 to 11, they cost $130.

Costa Caleta
Costa Caleta Courtesy Costa

Costa Caleta

Costa’s Caleta frames take their name from the small coves of Chile. Wide, keeper-ready temples help reduce light leak and add a bit of style. In addition, Caletas are made from recycled 97 percent fishing nets. Available in net plum with gray glass lenses or net black with blue-mirror lenses, Caletas cost $206 to $226.

Gill XPEL Tec Hoodie
Gill XPEL Tec Hoodie Courtesy Gill

Gill XPEL Tec Hoodie  

Gill Fishing’s XPEL Tec Hoodie offers 50+ UV protection and repels water, oil and blood while controlling odors. Available in sizes 4 through 12, the hoodie costs $54.95 and comes in palm print, ice, pool blue or white.

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Huk Folly Crew Fleece
Huk Folly Crew Fleece Courtesy Huk

Huk Folly Crew Fleece

The women’s Folly Crew Fleece pullover is made from soft-wash cotton and features two-way stretch. The shirt comes in sizes XS through XL and in dusk blue (pictured), rose violet, barely pink, and ivory. It costs $60.

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Bajio Casuarina
Bajio Casuarina Courtesy Bajio

Bajio Casuarina

Bajio’s Casuarina frames offer a medium fit and medium wrap design. They’re made from biodegradable plant-based material, which is 10 times stronger than petroleum-based frames, Bajio says. The frames come with non-slip rubber nose pads and rubber temple tips; the polarized lenses feature LAPIS technology that blocks blue light. Casuarinas cost $199 with plastic lenses and $249 with glass.

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