Stormfront Great Divider 28L Shoulder Bag by Patagonia
When space on your bay boat is at a premium, keep fishing gear, photography equipment, and meals dry in the Patagonia Stormfront Great Divider Bag. Patagonia equipped this pack with a polyurethane coating and welded seams for incredible water protection and dry-toting pleasure. This soft-sided gear chest comes complete with internal dividers to separate your photo gear from fishing tackle, while foam padding protects it all from any rough water you encounter. High-density foam lurks beneath resilient nylon to ward off the less-than-gentle bumps and bruises that go along with boat rides. Foam dividers on the inside ensure rival gangs of flies and filters stay safe from accidental paddle slaps that often occur when canoeing at high speeds. The padded shoulder strap leaves your hands free for rod tubes, car keys, or dragging your kayak across the parking lot. Grab handles make it easy to snag this bag from the back seat or inside your boat. Flying to fish' Take out the insides and fold this bag up flat for slick packing while leaving ample space for other essentials, like sunscreen and extra snacks.
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