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Patagonia Stealth Hip Pack 10L

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10 L (610 cu in)
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A highly versatile hip pack for the minimalist angler; pack size is 10L.

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Ready for a simpler, less cluttered approach to fishing? Our minimalist Stealth Hip Pack is the place to start. Made from tough, highly water-resistant 840-denier ballistic nylon with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish, this fish pack is now 20% larger to easily carry and organize everything you need. The main zip pocket holds two large fly boxes (or lunch), while the molded front drop-down panel provides a mobile work surface and fly storage. Exterior YKK® zippers are highly water-repellent. There’s also a drop-in, mesh-lined security pocket and seven internal storage pockets with hook-and-loop closures. Twin nylon/spandex water-bottle pockets (one on each side) help keep you hydrated and your load balanced. And for long slogs off the beaten path, the front stealth buckle, expandable belt and air mesh–lined back panel provide comfort and ventilation. With 100% nylon Hypalon® gear keeper.
  • Polyurethane-coated 840-denier 100% ballistic nylon is durable and protects contents with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish. Pack size is 10L
  • Molded drop-down front panel with interior fly keeper; main zip pocket holds two large fly boxes and has interior hook-and-loop closure storage pockets; top drop-in, mesh-lined security pocket
  • Exterior YKK® zippers are highly water-repellent
  • Front stealth buckle with adjustable and expandable belt
  • 3mm highly breathable mesh back panel and belt provide comfort and ventilation
  • Dual side nylon/spandex water-bottle pockets with security keepers; Hypalon® gear keeper
  • 623 g (1 lb 6 oz)
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Pack: 9.2-oz 840-denier 100% ballistic nylon.

Interior: 3.3-oz 100% polyester.

Back and sides: 3mm 100% polyester highly breathable mesh.

All with a polyurethane coating and a DWR (durable water repellent) finish

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Water Resistant

DWR (durable water repellent) fabric finish repels light rain and snow and decreases dry times. When DWR is used in conjunction with a waterproof/breathable barrier, the DWR finish keeps the outer fabric from becoming saturated so that the breathable barrier can do its job.

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Stealth Hip Pack is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 8.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Last pack...for a while I have had this for just a few weeks and have used it on a number of fishing trips, it fits well and keeps everything I need ready. I tend to be one of those gear people in search of the perfect item to make my time fishing better. I have tried other hip packs, old school vests, technical vests, slings and backpacks. I'm staying with this one. It would be a 5 if the layout could handle a larger fly box or 2 but it just meant I actually get organized!
Date published: 2017-09-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great pack Just coming back from 10day backpacking in the mountains of rugged NC mountain trout flyfishing few keepers, great trip overall. Pack worked great fully loaded was perfect traveling in and out of the water through rugged country thick brush to find those perfect holes.
Date published: 2017-05-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from exactly what I needed I've worn vests and sling packs, but I like having my back either uncovered or open in case I need to wear a daypack. The hip pack works perfectly for me. I often use the shoulder strap which is comfortable. The outside pocket is sturdy and allows creates a nice platform to tie on flies over in case you drop something. If you are looking for a hip pack, this is a great option.
Date published: 2017-01-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hip Pack After a few off the grid adventures with my fly rod and new hip pack I am loving it. Great space storage, comfortable, well built. If it was to be improved, I would add two straps on the bottom to be able to synch a rain jacket
Date published: 2016-10-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great space Let me start by saying I'm not a fly fisherman. I've gone on a couple fly trips and I mostly picked it up as a way to pass time while acclimating in the sierras. This pack is great for what I use it for. It holds a ton of flys on the keeper if your inclined to carry a ton with you and the fold down table pocket is really cool. I like to carry snacks and little odds and ends in the two massive pockets but you could easily fit two or three nice size fly boxes. My power pack for charging my camera and gps all fits inside. It's keeps everything really organized with the pouches in the pockets, just the right size for a cell phone or a couple rolls of line. the loop on the side for the Kelly foreceps is great. When hiking I take the neck strap off but I put it on when I wear the pack while fishing. Overall exactly what I was looking for. Really durable, lots of storage in a small setup, lightweight with plenty of options.
Date published: 2016-10-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Pack I have used the Patagonia Stealth Hip Pack daily for the past month fly fishing in Northwest Florida. The pack carries everything I need including a water bottle and is much cooler than a vest. Zero durability issues to date and do not expect any.
Date published: 2016-08-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from All around good pack Bought 3 months ago, fished about 10 times with it. Overall it is a good hip pack. Comperable to all the other packs on the market in terms of size, construction, durability, and storage. Where the stealth pack has the edge over the competition is in the little details. I liked how it has two comartmants of similar size. I run a lot of smaller fly boxes for each bug species and it acomidates this setup really well. I can have a steelhead and a trout comparment and keep my leaders and sinktips divided by fish type. If you run two big boxes, that will work well, but any more than that and it will be little tight. The color and styling is top notch and the beer/waterbottle holders are one of my favorite features. It accepts accessory attachments like tippet holders and nets really well. The only knock on the pack (and this holds true for all hip packs on the market) is if you are wading will take on water. Lots of water. If you know that going in, just take it off and set it on the bank or switch it to a sling style rig on the fly. I ruined a box of flies because the case filled with water. The pack will not drain, and you have to tip it over to get the water out. So, patagonia, to make this pack perfect, add a drain hole or two, or make it water proof in the main comparment. Another plus to the pack, and again you could say this for a lot of packs on the market, it does provide a little bit of boyunce if you fall in. It is NOT a life jacket, but will buy you some time. I learned this through experiance. I shopped a lot for my hip pack and tried on all of the competitors, and would chose this one again. It really gets the job done at just the right price and size.
Date published: 2016-08-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great minimalist pack This pack is quality - very well made and great materials. You can consider it minimalist because it isn't big and bulky, but I can fit 3 large/original Tacky fly boxes, a compressed/thin rain jacket, all of my tools, phone, wallet, keys, and 2 water bottles/beers. The only thing that would be nice is to see some compression straps on the bottom for a more substantial jacket or rod tube. The pack is very comfortable fully loaded on my lower back (not sure why they don't show it that way in the photos) and I also use the neck strap over one shoulder like a sling for additional support. The pack slides easily to the front for rigging on the water and you don't need to disconnect the shoulder or waist strap. I haven't tried it as a chest pack yet, but it seems like that would work great for deep wading. This is by far the best pack or sling I've used. Add compression straps and a waterproof phone pouch/pocket and it will be perfect.
Date published: 2016-03-01
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