About Simms Dry Creek® 164L Duffel Bag - XL
Closeouts. An extra-large and rugged waterproof carry-all to haul all your gear to any destination, Simms Dry Creek® duffel dag is soft-sided, completely waterproof and includes strap attachments for lashing on rod tubes and securing to a raft or drift boat.
Specs about Simms Dry Creek® 164L Duffel Bag - XL
- Style: Duffel
- Capacity: 10007 cu.in.
- Carry options: Hand,Shoulder
- Material: Waterproof TPU-coated fabric
- Dimensions (HxWxD): 16x48x13"
- Weight: 5 lb. 6 oz.
- Made in China , Philippines
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Monster bag!Verified Buyer Reviewed by Powdermaniac from Austin on Tuesday, July 17, 2018You can pack a weeks worth of goods into this giant waterproof bag. like the zipper on top that tucks into the roll over seal. Lots of ways to carry and pick up with all the straps/handles.
Body BagVerified Buyer Reviewed by Daren from NV on Monday, July 16, 2018Simms quality. Too big to use for anything heavy. I returned this bag. I cannot see using this for fishing.
Good, but not as good as the old onesReviewed by Outdoor guy from Southern CA, Chile on Thursday, June 28, 2018This is a massive bag. The good, it fits a fly rod tube, it's expedition waterproof, and it's only a couple of pounds. The bad is carrying the thing with 50 lbs of gear. It's huge, and if you fill it up, you'll be over the 50 lbs limit for airline travel. Get a good scale. Simms use to make this bag with small backpacking pads built into the side straps and you could easily carry it on your back. Now, you'll want to hire Sherpas to do the moving for you. It's cumbersome at this size with the straps to move it. They've also added a pad into the bottom of the bag to reduce stress on the bag from the interior. Today there are duffels with two wheels that don't weight that much more that offer some weather protection. If you're going down the Amazon or a rafting trip, then this might be the bag for you if you need something 32 inches long.
More space than you'll ever needVerified Buyer Reviewed by Jason from California on Monday, June 18, 2018I use this to get a fully packed mountaineering bag to location keeps straps and ice axes inside). But it would also be useful to move a body
BigVerified Buyer Reviewed by Pepe N Thom from Alaska on Monday, May 14, 2018I sent this back as it was massive. It would be great for rafting or expeditions but to big for my uses . Simms makes great stuff!
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