The Simms Headwaters Chest Pack has trout fishing written all over it.This perfectly-sized tackle pack has the volume for two fly boxes, a few spools of tippet, some split shot, andsomething extra. If you’re out to quickly cover a few good holes after work, take this bag and nothing more. If you’re planning a full day of fishing away from the car, clip the Chest Pack into one of the Simms Headwaters Backpacks to take everything you’ll need to sustain yourself.
Simms Headwaters Chest Pack
1680 Denier Ballistic Nylon shell with a durable water repellent (DWR) finish
Utilizes ballistic fabric to offer extra abrasion resistance in high-wear areas
Light grey interior lining for better visibility
Internal digital camera, iPod, PDA pockets
Molded foam front pocket holds large fly boxes
Retractor docking station
Quick-stash stowing station houses strap system while Chest Pack is attached to backpack
Easy-pull adjustment system eliminates traditional line catcher hardware - pull, click & fish
Stowable hardware for backpack attachment
5 Liters, 300 cubic inches, 10"x6"x5"
3/19/2013 2:13 pm
Received mine in the mail today and can't wait to try it out. It has enough space to hold my 2 fly boxes, leader, tippet, floatant and more. My only complaint is the magnetic straps do not make this chest pack compatible with my Day Pack which is barely over a year old.. Additionally the clips it does have are not compatible either. If you're using an older model day pay, you may want to find a compatible version of the chest pack for better integration. Overall, this is exactly what I wanted.