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DescriptionThe differences between swimming and fishing are nominal when you’re bombing pre-runoff rapids from the front seat of 13-foot raft. Ensure your essentials stay dry with the added insurance of this 22-litre capacity—perfect size for convenient boat stowage—water-tight roll-top pack. Or combine it with a Dry Creek™ hip or chest pack as part of a seamless fish-ready system.
- Water-tight roll-top with side buckle closure
- Fully adjustable aeromesh padded shoulder straps & lumbar back support and removable side rod holder straps
- Exterior 3D expandable front pocket
- Zippered water bottle/rod holder pocket
- D-ring for landing
- Combines with Dry Creek™ packs for an even better system
- 420-denier double-coated polyurethane nylon
- Capacity: 22 Liters, 1,365 cubic inches
- Dimensions: 13" x 21" x 5"
- Weight: 39.2 oz
- Product Care
Little Parts from the YKK® Fastening Products Group create The Big Difference for our customers — fastening solutions intelligently integrated with the finished product to provide the highest quality, most durable gear. The Little Parts — zippers, metal buttons and snaps, and Nylon buckles — all earn the YKK® brand. The Big Difference begins with their obsession to ensure that every individual component renders maximum value to the finished whole. That commitment instills quality and value into every product. Simms utilizes fasteners built to withstand the harshest environments and YKK® provides the best solutions to meet those needs. All Simms outerwear features nylon YKK® zippers to minimize corrosion and provide high performing, durable wear. www.ykkamerica.com.
- If only the zip could be at the top! Review by Herman
OverallAwesome bag, comfortable and just enough space. The outer zip should have been at the top and horisontal. As it is, the zip pocket fills with water when you wade through a river.
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(Posted on 7/16/13)
- Don't Get It Wet Review by Roger
OverallWore on a three day trip to the Metolius and the bottom portion of the pack proved to be about as waterproof as a cotton sweatshirt. I wore the bag while wading and never dipped the bottom of the bag more than a couple of inches in the water. It didn't take long to notice that my bag had let in quite a lot of water; soaking my contents.
Extremely disappointed as I had expected more from Simms.
(Posted on 5/30/13)
- Solid Workhorse.... Review by Y.Satchel
OverallI don't fish, but I used this bag as a bike messenger and photographer in NYC for nearly three years. Overall I was pretty impressed by the quality and durability, and it never failed to draw compliments from coworkers and pedestrians alike. It's expandable capacity was crucial when carrying large loads, and I never worried about any of my packages or camera gear getting wet in the worst downpours and blizzards the North East had to offer. Yea, the internal organization lacks a bit, and the front-loading flat pocket doesn't allow for the easy carry of larger accesorries, but that's not really what a roll top like this is built for; cram it with as much gear as it can fit and get going is more like it. I wasn't 100% happy with it as it aged, but I attribute that in part to the fact that I used it for a purpose other than what it was intended for. regularly loading and unloading on sidewalks, as well as a few crashes on the tarmac left it not quite as water proof as it was initially and the seams were no longer as tight as I remembered them by the time I put it to rest. At 6'3" I would echo Ralph from Norcals comments about the inadequate hip belt placement, but I stuck with the sternum strap and that kept my loads in place well enough on the bike and off. All-in-all i would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a versatile, reasonably well constructed bag at a competitive price point.
(Posted on 2/23/13)
- Versatile Review by Pat - NY
OverallThis roll-top is the way to go. It keeps the goods bone dry and the minimalist inside makes for quick easy access coming or going. Good travel and boat bag, comfortable and easy to use wading / guiding bag, glad I got it.
(Posted on 2/22/13)
- Overall Love It Review by Spawn Sack
OverallI've had this pack for about a month and overall I love it. I bought it for winter steelhead fishing when the weather is often wet and nasty. On the plus side the construction appears very solid. The two exterior water bottle holders are a nice addition. The exterior zipper compartment is also nice and has lots of room. Although this compartment is not technically waterproof, since the zipper is vertical (if you're wearing it fishing) the zipper doesn't get hammered with water and seems to keep everything bone dry. The pack is also comfortable to wear all day on the river. On the minus side there isn't much internal organization in the main compartment. There are two sleeves that you can put some smaller things in. That's it. I suppouse the benifet of only these compartments is you can easily stuff in large bulky items (a jacket, etc). Before buying the pack I used a vest for years and found myself needing to buy a few more tupperware containers etc to keep stuff organized inside the bag. I ditched the vest as it was starting to give me a sore back with all the weight in the front, and in the rain everything - including the vest - gets drenched. Tackle in the pack is much less accessible, but a least it's all bone dry and the weight is carried better than a vest. I keep the essentials in my wading jacket and everything else in the pack. So far it's a system that works for me. With slightly better internal organization I'd give this pack a 5/5
(Posted on 1/6/13)
- Love the design, but... Review by WCS - Saskatoon, SK
OverallLove the design of this bag, but not overly impressed with the durability. Season number 3 saw many of the seams blow out. I plan to buy another one, but would like to see a little more durable material used in the construction of the bag.
(Posted on 7/16/12)
- excellent product Review by Phillip - Kitimat,BC, Canada
OverallSuper happy with this bag, I used it every trip. Perfect amount of room for day tripping and it never leaked even in some of the most extreme down pours.
(Posted on 7/16/12)
- Great Bag! Review by Capt Matt - East Norwalk, CT
OverallThis bag is a beach guides dream. I have been using this for 2 years and the durability and size is perfect for guiding my clients on the beach - it handles all the added gear and clothes I need to carry along and I never need to worry about water because its bulletproof. Also use it on the boat and for traveling, the weatherproof elements and the overall size fits my needs perfectly.
(Posted on 7/16/12)
- Dry Creek Rolltop Backpack Review by Norm - Praire Village/Kansas/USA
OverallAs a walk/wade fishing guide I was always looking for the perfect backpack to comfortably carry gear and lunch for the day and keep everything dry as we negotiate mountain streams. Last year, fishing with a Dutch friend in Patagonia, I was introduced to his backpack. It was just was just what I was searching for. As soon as I returned I ordered one. The backpack is amazingly comfortable, even fully loaded, for a long hike into back country. The outside zippered pocket has more than enough room for “on the go” items and the main compartment can be easily accessed by a client or fishing partner without having to take the backpack off.
(Posted on 7/16/12)
- Very nice Review by Ralph - NorCal
OverallI abuse the heck out of this bag. Use it for canyoneering and whitewater boating. Perfect size for a light weight overnighter in a slot canyon. I have modified mine quite a bit with hypalon and D ring tie downs for lashing rod tubes and tying into the raft or lowering down waterfalls. I am 6'1" and the shoulder straps are a bit short and the waist belt goes across my rib cage. Not a big deal since I normally have a minimal load. It is NOT waterproof but highly water resistant. Stuff always seems to get damp but I can't find a leak. I think water actually weeps through the fabric if the bag is sitting on a wet floor or drug in the river too long. If you have something like a camera or iPhone, put them in a small waterproof bag.
(Posted on 7/16/12)
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