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Patagonia Stormfront® Roll Top Pack 45L

$149.00
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$149.00
49226 #49226
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    $149.00 BLK
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    $149.00 CUSO
    Cusco Orange (CUSO)
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    $149.00 DFTG
    Drifter Grey (DFTG)
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Stormfront® Roll Top Pack, Black (BLK)
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Stormfront® Roll Top Pack, Drifter Grey (DFTG)
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Stormfront® Roll Top Pack,
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45 L (2746 cu in)
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A classic roll-top dry bag with just enough space to haul your gear in any environment, this nonsubmersible 100% waterproof pack features welded seams and a low-profile shoulder harness that makes carrying a load supercomfortable no matter what you’re packing.

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When it comes to keeping our gear bone-dry, we prefer to roll our own. The Stormfront® Roll Top Pack has a simple yet highly effective roll-down construction (minimum of three rolls for nonsubmersible 100% waterproof protection) that keeps your gear dry in any wet-weather environment. A burly 100% nylon fabric with a single-side TPU coating and a DWR (durable water repellent) finish, along with fully welded seams, complete the weatherproof package. The padded shoulder straps and adjustable waistbelt provide all-day comfort on long hikes. There’s lash points for extra gear and rod-tube holders so you’re ready to fish as soon as you hit good water. For greater versatility, the shoulder straps accept the vest front from our Convertible Vest (sold separately).
Features
  • Durable and burly nylon core with a TPU coating provides a 100% waterproof package
  • Easy-to-roll main compartment (minimum three rolls for nonsubmersible 100% waterproof protection) is ready to swallow gear
  • Fully adjustable, low-profile padded shoulder harness and removable waistbelt for carrying comfort
  • Two web loops on outside for rod tube attachment
  • Side utility keepers provide easy attachment
  • Compatible with Convertible Vest (sold separately)
  • 1,170 g (2 lbs 10 oz)
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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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Stormfront® Roll Top Pack is rated 2.3 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Product Fail Loving most things Patagonia, I bought this pack for SUP touring as a sub-bag on board deck. I love the design, and the more supple material used as opposed to most dry bags. But after a couple days touring with it (separate days) this bag revealed one major flaw... It leaks. As in, the fabric wets out within a few hours of exposure to moisture. After one overnighter almost the entire bag has wet out on the inside. I'm not sure if the pack I got was a flaw or not, but it's the material itself that appears to not be waterproof, as opposed to a seem seal failure. I'm returning this pack today, sadly.
Date published: 2017-09-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Solid Option for River-Based Adventures I have thrashed this pack around for the better part of a year, through all conditions, with absolutely zero issues. The refreshing thing about this pack, when compared to a traditional dry bag with a shoulder harness, is its flexibility and body-hugging design, which I find to be solid and supportive up to about 30 pounds (but I nearly always max the volume out before this. The shoulder straps and waist webbing feel comfortable over waders and a wading jacket, with the added benefit that the waist strap acts as a secondary wading belt. One of my favorite features is the quick-release buckles at the shoulder straps - they make it fast to drop it on the bank when I get to a new hole. It's easy to unfasten the shoulder harness in this way and drop the pack without trying to take the pack off traditionally over your arms, which could interfere with a neck lanyard or vest. These buckles also make it easy to turn the pack around for access to the main compartment while still keeping the waist strap attached - just unclip, flip the harness over your shoulders, and twist the pack body around: voila, easy access. The pack fabric is durable and waterproof while still being lightweight - it doesn't feel like my rafting dry bags, but that's a good thing, since I'm usually wearing this pack only on long days on the water. I opted for the orange color, which does stand out on the water, but it's way easier to spot on the bank if you can't remember what willow you stashed it by. Added bonus points for safety when fishing in combined fish/hunt areas in deer season. I've lost a rod strap, but the attachment point is perfect for a Voile ski strap, which works wonders (and is also longer, so I can add more bulky items like a tripod on occasion; I've since replaced both original straps with these ski straps). It's great to use on float trips as a boat bag, too - plenty of lash points that make sense for a framed boat. Apart from fishing uses, it's great for camera gear (I use a foam-padded insert), and winter bike commuting (the attachment points also work with bike lights). I'll admit that I have also used it as an impromptu cooler - it'll hold a twelve-pack and plenty of ice, I'm happy to report! All in all, a solid piece of my kit.
Date published: 2017-07-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Missed the mark / Very little back support The bag is completely different from the prior version. It is very flimsy and had next to zero back support; the straps are very uncomfortable and are not accurately proportioned to the size bag this is. Simply stated, if you intend on adding weighted items, I can see the straps breaking and tearing in a short period of time. I would not take the risk. This is a huge step back from the predecessor it has replaced. The 30L was amazing. This bag I feel took a step in the wrong direction with respects to eliminating the key comfort features. My thought would be: increased bag size would equal the same if not more padding than its predecessor. The pictures on the website do not do justice for how little support is actually there. I have been a big supporter of the Storm Front line that Patagonia has since its inception. Overall I can say that the products have been great if not outstanding. However this product completely missed the mark. I utilize dry bags for camera gear and items that simply cannot and shall not ever get wet. I loaded hard items inside of it and felt a great amount of pressure due to the lack of support and padding. It almost feels like a new TPU was used from the prior version as well. Sorry for the negative review Patagonia, still love your products. I am sure my needs are different from the next reviewers, but simply stated I was stoked that you made a bigger version than the 30L. However I am now disappointed I waited since January when you first put it up and now for it to just get returned following a 6 month wait. Please go back to the drawing board on this one and try again. All of your other Storm Front items I have purchased are amazing and I am sure you will make the needed changes if you see fit.
Date published: 2017-06-02
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