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Patagonia Stormfront® Great Divider 29L

$249.00
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$249.00
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The ultimate modular storage bag for anglers, photographers and travelers, this water-resistant, nonsubmersible bag is padded and has sturdy sides, grab handles, a shoulder strap and adjustable internal dividers.

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Perfectly sized for a day on the water, this fully welded, water-resistant, nonsubmersible bag stands up to foul weather with burly 100% nylon fabric, an exterior DWR (durable water repellent) finish and an interior TPU single-side coating. An oversized storm flap at the zipper protects the large main compartment and soft padding inside protects your gear. Foam dividers with hook-and-loop attachments allow unlimited customization of the interior space to accommodate the gear at hand. A transparent floating panel on the inside lid has zippered pockets to keep your smaller gear, like filters for your lens, from getting mixed in with the larger items. On the outside, a stash pocket holds the small but important details such as plane tickets or leaders and tippet. Side utility keepers allow you to easily attach the Great Divider to a raft or inside a canoe. With an adjustable, removable padded shoulder strap and two reinforced haul handles for easy carrying.
Features
  • Durable nylon core with a TPU coating provides a water-resistant package
  • Large main compartment protected with an oversized storm flap over the zipper has foam dividers with hook-and-loop attachments that can be arranged in any configuration
  • Transparent floating interior panel on inside lid with zippered pockets on both sides
  • Reinforced grab handles and adjustable, removable shoulder strap for easy carrying
  • Side utility keepers provide easy attachment
  • Exterior stash pocket for plane tickets or leaders and tippet
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Materials

11.7-oz 800-denier 100% nylon with a single-side TPU coating and a DWR (durable water repellent) finish

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2637 g (5 lb 13 oz.)
19 x 11 x 9.5
29L (1770 cu in)

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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Stormfront® Great Divider is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bombproof with serious storage capacity As a full-time saltwater fly-fishing guide in Florida I put my Great Divider bag through the paces over 150 days a year. It carries over 20 fly boxes, multiple spools of tippet material, three fly lines, and various tools and supplies. The bag is sized perfectly and fits comfortably in a compartment of my 18' Hewes. If it's been on the deck I lightly spray it off at the end of the day to remove any salt spray and occasionally add Zip-tech lubricant to the zippers. Care for it like any other piece of fine fishing gear and it will last a long time. Well worth the investment.
Date published: 2018-02-21
Rated 3 out of 5 by from These bags have gone downhill. I've been a Great Divider fan since Day One, and I still own and use one of the original "avocado cooler" models. That bag has lasted twelve very hard years, despite UV damage and failing glue. Looking back on it, it had extra-burly rubberized material, a well-thought-out interior, and both carry straps and a shoulder strap. Its points of failure were over-reliance on adhesive as opposed to stitching and a zipper that needed lubrication every other use. But it was definitely bombproof. This newest model is the latest in a line of compromises that Patagonia has made with these bags. The interior is still largely the same, though not improved. I don't understand the cupped top of of the bag at all, as it just makes it harder to get a camera body in and out. The fabric materials is substantially less burly. The shape is now wrong for overhead carry-on bins, which is a critical mistake as this is primarily a travel bag. The secondary strap on the lid is unnecessary. I can't tell if the straps are stitched in place or not, but they appear to also be welded. So I have a request. I know the original green material had UV problems, so please bring back the original Great Divider silhouette, but kit it out exactly like the Black Hole series, with that line's ripstop coated nylon material. Stitch the straps instead of weld them (or do both), and plan on weights of up to 50lbs (camera gear is heavy). Add a clip so you can lock the shoulder strap to the carry handles so it doesn't flop into the bottom of the boat and get wet. Ditch the narrow points of entry, and add slightly more padding to the shoulder strap (the split strap of the second edition was perfect). I'm in the market for a new Great Divider now, but I won't buy this disappointing edition.
Date published: 2018-02-15
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