Orvis Ultralight Vest

Orvis Ultralight Vest
Orvis Ultralight Vest
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Ultralight Vest by Orvis
The Orvis Ultralight Vest takes the storage you expect in a fishing vest, and puts it into a sleeker and more functional design. Eleven pockets hold your fly box, tippet, and leader, while ports for nippers and forceps hide under the multi-use hook-and-loop patches. The vest features multiple mesh vents for airflow, and has a DWR finish to help the quick-drying material deflect moisture. The vest is closed with a sliding clip, which adjusts vertically to help you find the most comfortable position.

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SKU: ORV001L
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