The Patagonia Stormfront Roll Top Pack is an elegantly simple way to keep your lunch, camera, or extra sweatshirt dry when hiking through a rainforest to reach the water's edge. Fully welded seams hold rugged nylon together to give your gear true waterproof protection. Polyurethane coating on the outside and TPU coating on the inside prevent a single droplet from touching your stuff. The roll top eliminates zippers, which means no more snagged jackets or spots for water to sneak in. Just roll it three times, click your heels, say "there's no place like the Olympic Peninsula," and wait for the magic to happen. No, that only happens in the movies, and you need ruby slippers. But, to create a watertight seal, you do roll the top three times, and then clip it closed on the side. Tighten the strap until no slack remains, and enjoy yourself without fear of your gear getting soaked. The padded shoulder straps and adjustable waist belt are lined with 3D spacer mesh to minimize the amount of moisture between the pack and your skin. A single top grab handle makes it easy to snag this pack on the run or from an overhead compartment. Two lash points come equipped with rod tube holders. The lone exterior stash pocket isn't entirely watertight, but is the ideal place to store the plastic baggie with your ID, credit cards, and permit. Once you've reached your final destination, attach the Patagonia Convertible vest (sold separately) to the shoulder straps. With this fly-fishing vest attached to the pack, you now have multiple drop-in pockets, zippered mesh pockets, and attachment points for all of your angling essentials.
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