New Waypoints Packs From Simms

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When you’ve got serious gear to carry, Simms has you covered.

If you’re into backcountry fly fishing or just need room for extra layers and you’re looking for packs that will get you and the gear you need upriver, Simms has some great new options. The new Waypoints packs are light weight, durable, comfortable, chocked full of features and they’re big enough to get the job done.

There’s a new aluminum frame backpack with rod storage, lots of pockets and lash cords that will carry everything you need for a day or work great for a light overnight. It has all the features you need to use it as a fishing pack as well as a backpack. There’s also a new sling pack that is big enough for lunch and a heavy jacket or great for the angler who just carries a lot of gear.

Check out this video to see the packs and get the scoop!

Louis Cahill
Gink & Gasoline
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7 thoughts on “New Waypoints Packs From Simms

  1. It looks like only the large has straps to attach a rod tube, etc. correct? That was a downside of the small headwaters pack. I’m looking at the fishpond summit for that reason, but I like these waypoints a lot.

    • I asked Simms about that. They said some people use the carry strap; others put it between the pack and a person’s back. Neither seems ideal to me.

      • I actually clipped mine to the handle up top. It takes some getting used to, but the net always stays on my right side and when I swivel the pack to access it, it stays low and out of the way. Not ideal, but not enough of a pain for me to not keep to this pack.

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