NEW! PATAGONIA GUIDEWATER SLING PACK 15L
Patagonia in recent years has developed some of the best waterproof fishing packs to date. New for this season, the Guidewater fully submersible sling pack features new recycled fabrics for added durability and waterproofness. When water levels rise, rains sweep in, or you're chasing the next school on the skiff, a waterproof sling pack is one of the best investments you can make for your gear. The Guidewater Sling pack features a IPX-7 rating for full water submersion. This means 100% submersible, 100% dust proof, and 100% reliable. New hydrophobic back and side panels which do not absorb water are another feature for the Guidewater sling that keeps it light and comfortable for all day fishing. The dual-direction zippers now include a larger opening for accessing gear. Inside the pack you will find an organizational pocket for separation from the main compartment. This pocket can be removed and integrated on the outside of the pack. On the exterior, a new integrated net holder sleeve. The Guidewater Sling is now fully customized for left or right hand casters with the new shoulder strap design. The Guidewater Sling pack is compatible with the convertible vest or the wader workstation from Patagonia.
- 100% recycled nylon fabric
- IPX-7 submersible rating for 100% fully submersion
- Panel and strap do not absorb water
- Integrated Net Sleeve on the back panel
- Dual-direction zippers for easy access
- Adjustable shoulder strap for left or right hand casters
- Internal organizer pocket
- Compatible with the Convertible Vest or Work Station
- 670g weight
- 11" X 8.5" X 18"
- 15L (915 cu in )
5.00/5 Stars out of 1 Reviews
Dennis Levin (New York City) | July 20th, 2022
Sturdy, comfortable, and big enough to fit everything you need for a day of saltwater fishing.
Don't expect a lot of organization inside the bag. There's a simple zippered pouch for smaller items (think keys, wallets, leaders, etc.)
The zippers are tough to open and close. You really can't do it one-handed.
Lastly, the rod straps are pretty annoying. I can never get them snug enough to comfortably carry a rod tube on the water.