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The Slingpack lets you readily access your gear on the go without having to remove it. It can shift easily from the chest to the back and vice versa for smooth and friction-free access on the go. Additionally, the single strap design allows for more freedom of movement leaving you to cast farther or paddle longer.
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The Slingpack is light and nimble without sacrificing much needed storage room. This pack is big enough for a full-day excursion, boasting a 20L capacity–just enough to not overload your back. Plus, there are more than enough exterior straps and MOLLE loops to fasten your fishing reels or extra tools.
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This is a great pack, very well made and it looks like it will last a long time. I have yet to submerge in water and see what happens but it is certainly splash proof.
Awesome bag, comfortable, extremely waterproof
The Slingpack provides the perfect dry sanctuary for supplies, rain gear and an extra set of clothing when I’m out fly fishing on my Rackham. I can even keep a few stogies in it as well to celebrate the days catch.
I purchased this pack for my fiance. It fits her well and the pack looks to be very durable with a solid zipper. The zipper is stiffer than most but that's likely a function of being a waterproof bag. The bag is functional with the ability to customize the location of the loops. Happy camper here!
This is my go to fly fishing bag. The “fishineers” at Bōte did a great job designing this bag. The bag has some great features built into it.
To start, the bag is waterproof! It is big enough to carry extra clothes, cameras, and my fishing gear. The zippers move easily and they include large pulls.
The bag has several attachments located on the outside. There are two loops for carrying a fly rod tube. The strap has 6 separate attachment loops and a D-ring for gear. There is a loop at the bottom of the bag to attach gear. The front of the bag has 3 separate attachment loops and another D-ring. There is also an attachment block for a dive knife or radio on the front. There is a large nylon carry handle on the opposite side of the rod tube holder.
There is a smaller pocket on the front for your phone or nav device. The main compartment zipper has a t-handle to make it easier to move. Quick tip about that zipper: make sure you pull it al the way to the top for maximum protection of your gear.
The bag is well constructed and worth the price. The back of the bag has ample padding. The bag ships with a small tube of “zip lube”.
I went with the digital camo version. Bottom line: just buy it already!