Simms Dry Creek Roll-Top Backpack - This year’s Dry Creek Roll-Top Backpack incorporates a few much-needed updates: most significantly, new shoulder straps and back padding, which should afford anglers greater comfort and usability. But other improvements should not go unnoticed: bilateral rod carrying straps, very slick zip-out water bottle sleeves, and a grommet net-attachment will add a good amount of functionality to an otherwise Spartan piece. Simms has also added a strip of velcro at the bag's mouth for those not-so-rare moments - (giant chrome boil in the tail-out?) - when you need to close your bag and feel you don't have the time to buckle it. And, after a long time coming, this piece has a much-needed, overbuilt waist strap to keep the weight riding right where you want it.
Features: •420 Denier, double-coated polyurethane nylon shell, 210 Denier lining •Water-tight roll-top with side buckle closure •Fully adjustable aeromesh padded shoulder straps and lumbar back support •Removable side rod holder straps •Zippered water bottle/rod holder pocket •Small bifurcated internal pocket •Convenient carrier loop •Excellent system when combined with Simms Headwaters or Dry Creek packs •22 Liters, 1365 cubic inches, 13"x21"x5".