• STORMFRONT SLING, Feather Grey (FEA-950)
  • Stormfront® Sling 20L,
  • Stormfront® Sling 20L,
  • Stormfront® Sling 20L,

Patagonia Stormfront® Sling 20L





  • Feather Grey
    $199.00 950
Feather Grey (FEA-950)
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STORMFRONT SLING, Feather Grey (FEA-950)
Stormfront® Sling 20L,
Stormfront® Sling 20L,
Stormfront® Sling 20L,
20 L (1,220 cu in)

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A completely welded 100% waterproof sling pack designed for versatility and world-class performance.

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After a long day of horizontal rain or pounding tropical storms, the last thing you want to do is spend the evening unpacking your vest or bag to dry everything out. It’s even worse when saltwater is involved and you have to rinse it all first. So we built our Stormfront® Sling with 100% waterproof welded construction, exterior PU and interior single-side TPU-coated nylon and a burly, waterproof TIZIP® zipper to keep dry stuff dry, no matter what. Think of it as a handy waterproof boat bag that rides comfortably across your shoulder for deep wading and long fishing sessions. More details: grab handles, rod tube holders, D-ring net attachment, easy-access external pocket, internal zippered mesh pocket, and 3-D spacer mesh backing on pack and sling strap.
  • 100% waterproof, fully welded construction with a single-side TPU coating
  • 100% waterproof TIZIP® zipper with waterproof materials and construction; grab handles; exterior rod tube holder and D-ring for net attachment
  • Laser-cut Hypalon® gear holder on main pack and on front of strap
  • Comfortable 100% polyester 3D spacer mesh on back and on backside of adjustable sling strap
  • Internal mesh zippered pocket for gear
  • Sling: 11.75-oz 800-denier 100% nylon with a single-side TPU coating and DWR (durable water repellent) finish. Back side of front strap and back panel: 4.55-oz 100% nylon 3-D spacer mesh
  • 652 g (23 oz)
  • Made in China.

Water Resistant

 (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 Sling is rated 4.538461538461538 out of 5 by 13.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Slick Fit I guide from skiffs and need to store and retrieve equipment with ease. This pack fits the needs of waterproof security, smooth exterior finish and multiple compartments for small items.
Date published: 2015-10-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Sling Skeptic Finds Clarity I've tried over the years to keep my set up pretty clean to just the basics; waders and "the geek necklace" of tippet and floatant and a small pack that usually stays on shore with the extra layers, rain jacket, quick snacks, etc, etc. Well, long story short, my system needed to change. So I got the Sling, and after 2 days of working it out on the San Juan in the heat and the rain, I think it's going to work out well. It's really spacious inside, more than enough room for 1L H20, a rain jacket, extra layer, bars, phone, keys and all the leaders, flyboxes and strike indicators you could need for a long day (8 hours). The zippers are great and moving the sling from the back to the front is a one handed maneuver, good idea all in all. (Note: opening and closing the T-ZIP is a two hand operation, but that's to be expected. And don't fret about the placement of pull loops--it's pretty obvious what needs to happen to open and close the bag) For me, there are two small issues/adaptations. I'm 6'2" with a thin build and as I said, I was a fan of the "geek necklace". Obviously, moving the sling around was going to interfere with it, so I tried to put the gear loops into service on the front shoulder strap. I kept my tippet spool, nippers and hemostat attached. Somehow, for me, the sling itself rides lower on my back (maybe because of the weight of the landing net?), meaning the shoulder strap rotates up and back; moving the items I placed on the gear loops higher up than I expected. For reference, the Patagonia label was closer to the top of my shoulder; almost on top of my shoulder. My tippet spool was very high on my sternum even though is was placed on the lowest gear loop. My second issue was trying to get the landing net reattached. I was having a hard time finding the plastic clip with the butt end of my landing net to have the magnetic ends reattach while it was on my back. I'm hoping that was 'user error' in trying to locate the landmarks. Don't get me wrong, I'm keeping this item. It's great. Having never used any kind of sling before, I imagine there will be a learning curve to getting it dialed in and readjusting my system.
Date published: 2015-09-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Solid pack for fly fishing I've been using this pack for fly fishing the Mid-Atlantic region. I'm looking forward to using it on the Salmon River this Fall in NY and Oak Orchard Creek. There's not much I don't like about it but there are a few things that could be updated to make it more effective, especially for fly fishing. First, the inside is black, it's difficult to see into the bag and find what you need. There's not latch points on the inside either, I have a hip pack that's orange on the inside with a small spider light attached so in low light conditions I turn it on and the whole interior is lit. If the inside of this pack was a light color it would greatly help the visibility of it. A hemostat/plier holder that you could slide your hemos into and then attach to would be useful. Third, a fly patch somewhere. Otherwise I love it. Keeps everything bone dry.
Date published: 2015-07-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great bag for a boat Just got back from Nicaragua surf trip. Been on day trips on pangas to spots and know how much spray you can get sometimes so I bought this for the trip. Perfect size for a day trip, actually bigger than I excepted. One day we went out to a spot in a downpour and all the rain and spray from the boat drenched everything, except my stuff in the bag. Roll down bags are great but speed of access with a zipper to take a quick photo with my phone and get it back in the bag was great. For a boat trip, the size, accessibility, and waterproofing of the bag are perfect. By using a smaller, roll down bag inside the pack, I could store wet trunks or towels inside the bag, keep everything else dry and throw it over my shoulder and go.
Date published: 2015-06-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from What not to recommend it for? Easy to use for just about anything. Super dry bag with easy to use zippers. Lots of different inside compartments that are mesh so you can see your goods. Have used it rafting, kayaking, traveling, stand up paddle boarding and skiing. Big enough to stuff a couple pairs of baggies, t-shirts and underwear for the overnighter. Also good for days skiing when you are carrying a DSLR and lenses in the backcountry or inbounds so they don't get wet. Also nice that it can hold a pole for fishing or for shooting video. Lots of attachment points and the padded back is nice extended wear. Even comes with lubrication for the zipper to keep it in good shape. Well worth it/
Date published: 2015-03-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Load and Go Bag Typical indestructible Patagonia construction in a large fishing travel bag -- complete with rod case straps and quick access side pocket. Large interior cargo compartment lets you shove it all in and run. When closed I can't find a way for it to leak. Perfect sling boat bag.
Date published: 2015-03-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Like-hate relationship I like that this thing is airtight when zipped. It stores enough gear for a few hours but not all day. It is simple and basic and I like that. It is waterproof. The first day I used it I carried a full 40 oz stainless water bottle and a couple beers in it and my shoulder was really sore at the end of the day. Perhaps I am just a wus and I would get used to that weight hanging off my right shoulder. The belt is kinda weak and awkward, trying to buckle it with rod in hand is not easy either. It doesn't go around my waist but sorta across my belly and just doesn't take much weight off the shoulder. You can't remove the belt so if you forget to buckle it then it just hangs and gets stepped on. The thing I hate about this sling is that the d loop for assising with opening the zipper is so poorly placed that I don't use it. It tweaks the zipper and makes it more difficult to open. I have to grip the pack where the d loop should have been placed with one hand while using the other to unzip while also holding the rod. This was not well thought out by the designer and is frustrating. The d ring on the back near the top is not good for a trout net because the net hangs way out and just looks and feels clumsy. If I carry a net then I hang it from the d ring on the shoulder strap and throw it over my right shoulder. This works pretty good but the d ring is still not quite in the right spot for that either but not a deal breaker. I removed the rod holder straps. Maybe others might use them but I don't see myself using this for long hikes in where I can't carry my rod in hand. Plus then you have a rod tube hanging off you all day. I have grown to like this thing just enough not to hate it. I still use it for lack of owning something better. I am going to look for an alternative as the sling thing is wearing off on me. If they fixed the zipper assist loop, made the belt better or removable all together and made the opening an inch or two longer, then I think it would be a better sling.
Date published: 2015-01-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Stormfront sling bag Really great construction, with a zipper that just looks serious. The bag is great for a skiff that doesn't have much storage, I secured it to the floor using the strap and the cooler tie down so it was exposed to the elements. I used this bag in Islamorda for flats fishing from a boat I did not wade with this pack. I can verify the pack is water tight as we took multiple sprays of salt water across the bow of the boat and the bag was getting hit hard. I did rinse the bag with freshwater at the dock, and have not noticed any corrosion. It stowed my dslr, a rain shell, a spare hat, two different pairs of sunglasses, and a bunch of kind bars and water. I really like the fact that the bag is open without a bunch of pockets. It functioned great as a carry-on for the plane ride down, very comfortable to haul. One thing I would change is the position of the zipper pull "helper" it should be more in-line with the zipper. Also, the zipper could open a little farther. Overall very happy with this purchase.
Date published: 2014-12-23
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