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DescriptionSimms’ Headwaters™ Hip Pack is an agile day-tripper designed to expedition anywhere in pursuit of good fishing. Source on-the-water prowess in the form of a bomber, compression molded front panel that drops down into a functional workspace, while the pack’s main zippered compartment has stretch mesh dividers and enough capacity to hold multiple fly boxes, tools, and accessories. Customize your program from Hip Pack to piggyback with Simms’ intuitive Catch & Release modular system that marries this pack with its Headwaters™ Full Day or 1/2 Day Hydration colleagues via rock-solid magnetic attachments.
FeaturesFABRIC TECH: 420 Denier Abrasion resistant fabric with DWR
- Fully featured mid-size pack to store all of your fishing gear – perfect for going light
- Main zippered storage compartment has stretch mesh dividers to store multiple fly boxes & accessories
- Compression molded front panel creates a fold-down workspace
- Removable hook & loop floatant holder & tippet-spool retainer
APPROX. WEIGHT: 24 oz
CAPACITY: 5 liters, 305.12 cubic in.
DIMENSIONS: 11” x 12” x 5”
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- Nice functional pack Review by Szu
OverallOverall I like the style of the pack. The main compartment is big enough to carry my mini first aid kit, wallet, camera, and some snacks. All the little details about the bag makes me think that there was some thought into the pack; like the little magnetic, and the Velcro patch at the front. I also like how there’s two bottle holders.
I am aware this bag is not meant to be water proof, but there is one thing I would have liked to see on the bag. Most hiking bags I’ve seen have this lip that covers the zippers to help prevent water from getting in, and I’ve found they work well enough for what they are intended. I used this bag in the rain and the contents inside got wet. Something to keep in mind when deciding what to put in the bag. Hence why I give this 4 stars, instead of 5.
(Posted on 2/11/14)
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