Simms Freestone Ambidextrous Sling Pack

Simms Freestone Ambidextrous Sling Pack
Simms Freestone Ambidextrous Sling Pack
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Freestone Ambidextrous Sling Pack by Simms
Reorganize your day on the water with the Simms Freestone Ambidextrous Sling Pack comfortably and securely holding everything you need. The front shoulder strap sits comfortably on either shoulder--or you can switch it back and forth throughout the day--and has attachment points for clamps, retractors, nippers, and other tools. The four-way zipper lets you easily access the main compartment, so you can spend more time casting and less time fiddling with your gear. Compression straps secure your rod for approaching the river and getting home, while the vertical net carry system is easy to get to with either hand.

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SKU: SMM00IU
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