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Animas™

The Animas is our most popular backpack style. It offers enough room for a couple of days worth of gear, along with the convenience of removable backpack straps. Perfect for tackle boxes along with extra clothing on a fishing trip, or enough gear for two days on the river.
  • Removable, padded shoulder straps
  • Durable top lug handle
  • Removable waist belt
  • Available Colors: Orange, Blue, Coyote, & Multicam **(MULTICAM IS A TRADEMARKED, MILITARY GRADE FABRIC AND HAS A 25% UP CHARGE; ITS AVAILABILITY CAN CHANGE)**
SPECS
Dimensions Rolled 22" Height x 14" Width x 7.25" Depth
Capacity Rolled 2432 cu in (40L)
Closure Type ZipDry
Opening Size 16 in
Weight 2.35 lbs
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