Fishpond Cimarron Wader / Duffel Bag

    Fishpond Cimarron Wader / Duffel Bag

    Price: $169.95
    Item #: FP80CWDB
    Rating: 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 1 Reviews
    Shipping Weight: 6.00 pounds

    Textured tarpaulin and 1680 ballistic nylon material for maximum rugged dependability. Integrated backpack straps, ventilated wader compartment with fold-out wader mat, and large main compartment make this one of the most stylish and functional high volume duffels around.


    • Large capacity anvil style wide mouth cargo area
    • Rugged 1680 ballistic nylon fabric for durability and all weather protection
    • Separate ventilated bottom compartment for wet wader/gear and boot storage
    • Removable, padded nylon pack cloth wader-changing mat
    • Integrated backpack straps
    • Two exterior pockets
    • Four zippered interior pockets
    • Removable see-through interior essentials pocket
    • Adjustable, removable padded shoulder strap
    • Abrasion-resistant tarpaulin bottom
    • Padded airmesh carry handle
    • Fishpond molded rubber luggage tag
    • Rod tube sold separately

    Volume:  6,835 cu. in.
    Dimensions:  24.5 x 15.5 x 18

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    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 1 Reviews
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    5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 Innovative design, high qualityŚnothing amiss here., 3.8.2010

    The Cimarron uses high quality/durable materials and the design shows that Fishpond put a lot of thought into this bag. The way it opens takes a little getting used to but it affords unencumbered access to your gear. It holds plenty (vest, waders and wading boots) in bottom separated from your dry clothes from by a waterproof divider leaving lots of space in the top for gear (lots of pockets). I recently used on a weekend trip to PA. Carried all my fishing gear, tools, clothes for the weekend, toiletries in the included removable clear zippered pouch, some books, a DSLR, tripod and my rod. Get it. You won't regret it.