New 2014 Simms Headwaters Chest Pack

Simms' Headwaters Chest Pack features a fluid design that ushers all your fishing necessities to the forefront. A full-fledged member of the Catch & Release modular system, Chest Packs synch with various Headwaters packs for integrated carrying options. On its own and in charge of organizational priorities, the main zippered compartment stores fly boxes, reels, and a bevy of accessories and tools. Flip out and fold down its compression molded front panel for a convenient workspace that, combined with Simms Add-On components, can be easily tweaked to your specific fishing requirements.

  • Fully featured mid-size pack to store all of your fishing gear - perfect for going light
  • Catch & Release modular system allows you to dock into both Headwaters backpacks
  • Main zippered compartment stores 2 fly boxes & accessories
  • Compression molded front panel creates a fold-down workspace
  • Removable hook & loop floatant holder & tippet-spool retainer
  • FABRIC TECH: 420 Denier Abrasion resistant fabric with DWR
  • APPROX. WEIGHT: 16 oz
  • CAPACITY: 3 liters, 183.07cubic in.
  • DIMENSIONS: 11 x 9 x 5

New 2014 Simms Headwaters Chest Pack

Ship Days in 3-5 days
Base Image /S/i/Simms-Headwaters-Chest-Pack-Dark-Gunmetal_3.jpg

Shootouts and Comparison tests

Still can't decide? We've got a staff of fly fisherman to help.
Call Us at 1-888-413-5211

New 2014 Simms Headwaters Chest Pack Reviews

Headwaters Chest Pack Review by Robert
Posted on 7/30/15
I love this pack. It is the perfect size for when I am trout fishing. It doesn't get in the way like some larger packs can, and it is still large enough to fit any of the gear that I need while I'm fishing. Plenty of room on the inside and rather comfortable to wear on the water. I used to wear a vest but found that it was terribly convenient. This pack solved that problem as I can store all my flies, line and other accessories in one compact area that is easy to get to.

Write Your Own Review

Only registered users can write reviews. Please, log in or register

Post your comment

Trident Fly Fishing