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DescriptionWhether navigating Manhattan via subway to sneaky striper beaches in Queens, or hopping a different train for winter steelhead on Oregon’s Wallowa River, the Dry Creek™ Guide Backpack packs a walloping versatility punch. Backpack features include a water-tight roll top with buckle closures, secure internal pocket perfect for cameras and smart phones, and a removable suspension system for a haul-all that goes anywhere.
- Water-tight roll-top with side buckle closure
- Two External side handles
- Small internal security pocket for camera, PDA
- Fully adjustable aeromesh padded shoulder straps
- Removable suspension system ensures that this pack can easily go from luggage carousel to full-on pack trip
- 420-denier double-coated polyurethane nylon
- Capacity: 50 Liters, 3,024 cubic inches
- Dimensions: 14" x 27" x 8"
- Weight: 51.7 oz
- Product Care
- Great Product Review by Matt
OverallWhile filming a fishing TV show I am constantly wading with expensive camera equipment. I need a durable product I can trust; It took me a while to find the right product but I'm happy I finally found the Guide Backpack. I love the ample space and comfortable straps for making a long trek. It has enough room to stow prosumer video cameras, pelican cases, tripods, and even other drybags. The roll-top techonlogy provides easy access and solid protection. I will send some photos of the pack in action soon. Thanks!
(Posted on 12/12/12)
- good bag Review by Joe - Oregon/ Alaska
OverallThis bag is build well. However, it's very tall making it a pain to get that one item you need (which, of course, is always at the bottom). More times than ten, I've just dumped out all the contents of the bag on the ground to get that one item instead of making futile attempts to find it with my head burried two feet deep inside the bag. The removable backpack system is a great option for those hiking days vs boating days and the backpack system is actually pretty comfortable.I've wore this pack loaded with mine and clients gear and wore it all day for miles with no issues. I wish there were a few external wet pockets on this bag. A pair of wet gloves can really wreak havoc burried away and forgotten about. A place to put wet gear (fillet knives, gloves, ect) would be such a great addition to this bag. Overall, this is a great buy of a well made product. Would buy again.
(Posted on 7/16/12)
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