If you can't fit everything you need for a day on the water in the Orvis Safe Passage Sling Pack, then you might need to reconsider your approach or subtract a few beers from the equation. Re-designed for the 2015 season, the Safe Passage now has an even more comfortable sling pack design with a spot to hold your water bottle as well as a slightly larger size to accommodate more fly boxes. Made with rough and tumble 410D nylon and treated with a water-resistant PU coating along the bottom, the Safe Passage is as tough as ever, and it is now fitted with a molded back panel that is designed to help keep your back cool. You'll hardly notice the pack when you're hiking and fishing thanks to a sternum strap that keeps it secure, but when it's time to switch out flies, you'll appreciate the sling design that easily puts your tools and fly boxes in front of you. A forceps sheath keeps them close at hand, while cord loops allow you to attach a bar of tippet spools. The main compartment will carry multiple fly boxes and a fly patch allows you to dry out your bugs before putting them away. The unique zinger tool attachment system lets you secure your favorite pair of nippers to the bag, and an internal hook and loop strap allows the photo-conscious angler to attach a waterproof camera pocket (sold separately).
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