Simms Dry Creek Z Series Packs

The new and updated Simms Dry Creek Z series pack range

The new and updated Simms Dry Creek Z series pack range is the perfect carrying solution for fresh or salt water. Whether you take it all in a backpack, prefer to access your gear in a sling pack or like the up front accessibility of a hip pack, the Simms Dry Creek Z pack will cater to all preferences – and will live up to its name and keep your gear dry.
Each pack is waterproof-submersible. The main shell for each pack is made from double Ripstop 420D nylon with a TPU coating and the liner is 200D polyester.TRU Zip waterproof self-healing zippers give you 100% submersible protection. Rest assured your phone will be safe and dry when you need a selfie for the gram.


The Simms Dry Creek Z hip back is the perfect flats pack, but equally at home on your local river. It has a capacity of 10 litres and can be worn around the waist or with the included shoulder strap. Its interior stretch mesh storage pockets, exterior lash points, and built-in easy-access tool storage, give you a slew of options for lining your gear up just the way you want it.


The Simms Dry Creek Z sling pack is ideal for anglers looking for mid sized storage, that can easily sling around the shoulder to access your gear inside. The sling pack has a capacity of 12 litres and features a range of pockets and dividers for flies, spools, tippet. Simple internal organization including large pockets and stretch mesh pockets feature in both the hip and sling pack.


The Simms Dry Creek Z backpack has a removeable waist belt featuring MOLLE webbing for accessory attachment and there’s a small accessory pocket for smaller bits and pieces. Add in a roomy water-resistant exterior pocket for quick access to key items. With a capacity of 25 litres, this pack has more than enough room for everything you need on, or in the water. The backpack has dual stretch fabric water bottle pockets on both sides, ideal for a drink bottle or to stash a rod tube using the Hypalon lash points.
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