Watershed Animas Backpack - 3300cu in

Watershed Animas Backpack - 3300cu in
$143.10
Animas Backpack - 3300cu in by Watershed
Price subject to change | SKU: WTS000A

Watershed Animas Backpack - 3300cu in

The Watershed Animas Backpack has enough space for a couple days' worth of gear whether you're paddling, fishing, or looking to store some valuables in a dry bag for backcountry ski sessions. Made with high-denier nylon and a polyurethane coating, this bag keeps whatever you have stored safe and secure during the entire trip, with a proprietary ZipDry seal and rolltop closure that keep your belongings dry. (To keep the ZipDry seal from drying out, Watershed suggests you lubricate the seal with the included 303 Protectant wipe or Armor All on an occasional basis.) There are padded shoulder straps and a waist-belt for easy carrying to rivers or up the mountain, and you can remove them when you need to store the pack in your kayak. There's also a top lug handle so you can move it around while you're fishing.

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