Dry Creek Boat Bag - Large
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Add airtight protection and intuitive storage to your on-the-water kit, with the cavernous 41L Dry Creek® Boat Bag. From the top, a PU embossed, compression molded lid is smash-, water- and foolproof thanks to a magnetized, adjustable Catch & Release latch. Ultra-rugged 420D nylon waterproof fabric, with RF-welded seams, enhances exterior durability, while a detachable shoulder strap doubles as a convenient bag leash for rough waters. Additional details include ample loop patches, removable exterior fly-box pockets that synch with Simms wading belts, and easy-access tool docking stations located on both side-panels.
- Ultra‐durable TPU coated material is fully waterproof
- Magnetized Catch and Release buckle keeps lid securely closed without the use of the zipper
- Compression molded lid overhangs main body of the bag to repel water when zipper is not fully closed
- Interior dividers for gear organization
- Hypalon strap attachment points at the sides of the bag
DIMENSIONS: 17.5″ x 10.5″ x 12.5″
CAPACITY: 41 L; 2516 cu. in.
WEIGHT: 69 oz.
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Slick, stout, and a little toastyLove being able to keep all my kit (and all my kids' kit) neat and dry in one bag that makes for easy transfers from garage to truck to boat. If it'd been available in a lighter color to keep it a little less toasty on a flats skiff all day, I'd've given it six stars.
Durable bag with lots of storageJust purchased this bag last week for work. So far it fits all my boxes for multiple rivers/bug collections. I have room to also place accessories like sung loves, spf, extra sunglasses, etc. Magnetic lock keeps me confident nothing will come out while on the boat or having to travel from wade spot to wade spot. Love the detachable compartments so I can customize my bag as I see fit.
Great size but the strap buckle is questionableCouldn't wait to load up this bag with gear. When I lift it by the handle with about 5 lbs of gear in it the strap slips in the buckle. The real proof will be when I put it to work in the boat.