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GILL Reveals Short Cruising Boots at ICAST

Buford, GA – When the conditions on the water get tough, you need a boot that’s there for you. That’s precisely why GILL Created their new flagship Short Cruising Boot – for the harshest conditions in fishing. With a non-slip, non-marking razor cut outer sole and quick-dry polyester lining, this short boot will keep your feet dry all day long. For those extra wet conditions the inner sole can be easily removed for faster drying between tours. This is the ideal boot for all activities on and off the water. MSRP: $75. www.gillfishing.com.

Short Cruising Boots Technology:

  • Non-slip, non-marking razor cur outsoles for grip
  • Quick dry polyester lining

Short Cruising Boots Features/Benefits:

  • 100% natural rubber compound
  • Removable cushioned inner soles for fast drying

Fabric Composition:

  • 100% natural rubber compound

To learn more about Gill’s fishing rainwear and additional apparel, visit www.gillfishing.com.

Gill was an idea first born on British waters in 1975 by founder Nick Gill, a keen sailor who wanted to create a range of sailing product without compromise; the best fabrics, the best features, the best quality.Now trusted for over 40 years, Gill has grown into an established technical marine apparel brand meeting consumer needs both on and off the water and continues to combine innovative design with the latest fabric technology to increase the performance of its range.Distributed around the world to 37 countries and more recently through a global Ecommerce platform Gill remains the number one marine glove brand and its comprehensive product range driven by the well-known Race Ocean jacket (0C1) as well as global best seller the Offshore jacket (0S2) continue to set it apart. More recently Gill introduced the highly successful FG21 Tournament Suit with vortex hood to the North American Fishing market.
CONTACTS:Dena VickTraditions Mediadena@traditionsmedia.com(501) 749-4575Noel VickTraditions Medianoel@traditionsmedia.com(612) 708-7339
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