Simms Dry Creek Hip Pack

Simms Dry Creek Hip Pack
Simms Dry Creek Hip Pack
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Dry Creek Hip Pack by Simms
Your waders only have so many pockets, and you're sick of having to walk back to the bank every time you need to adjust your setup. Bring the Simms Dry Creek Hip Pack out into the river with you, and change your fly or tippet with ease right where you stand--just be careful not to drop anything. This hip pack has a submersible roll-top closure to ensure your gear stays dry throughout rain, splashing currents, and even that misstep that brought you deeper into the water than you expected. So you don't have to open the whole pack every time you need something, Simms added extra pockets on the outside, as well as docking stations and a hook-and-loop patch for flies and accessories.

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SKU: SMM00CZ
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