Simms Waypoints Sling Pack - Small

Simms Waypoints Sling Pack - Small
Simms Waypoints Sling Pack - Small
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Waypoints Sling Pack - Small by Simms
Fly fishing isn't just about catching fish--it's about getting outside, exploring new waters, and experiencing nature in a way that's unique to the sport of fly fishing. Of course, we'd also all be lying if we said we didn't care about bringing at least a few fish to net throughout the course of the day. Luckily, the Simms Waypoints Small Sling Packs carries enough gear for you to get out and enjoy nature and catch a few fish while you're at it.Simms built the Waypoints for backcountry endeavors, with a PU-coated 420D nylon oxford fabric, making the pack water-resistant from both light rains and river splashes. The sling-style design makes access to the roomy main compartment easy, while the molded drop-down main compartment lets you keep your bug collection organized, so you can quickly and easily select the right fly to match the hatch. Throw you sunglasses in the zippered pocket for safe keeping and attach a water bottle or rain jacket to the external compression straps for additional storage space.

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SKU: SMM006L
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