Dry Backpack 25 L, Black

USD 130.00

The highly robust waterproof 25L roll-top backpack is made from 600*1200 Denier Nylon. This carrying solution has a modern welded construction and features a front pocket with a water resistance zippe…Read more

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The highly robust waterproof 25L roll-top backpack is made from 600*1200 Denier Nylon. This carrying solution has a modern welded construction and features a front pocket with a water resistance zipper. The 25L has two large side stretch mesh pockets and two detachable side pockets, for carrying both water bottles and rod tubes. Two robust carry handles for shorter journeys and a D-ring on the front panel for attaching a landing net, offers the user an excellent carrying solution without any excess bulk or weight.

The airmesh padded shoulder straps have 10mm webbing along the entire shoulder, offering multiple attachment points. Together with the moisture wicking back design, this carrying system offers great comfort for long, hard days on the water. The waist belt can be quickly and easily adjusted with side tension locks depending on how much clothing is being worn at any given time and also offers welcomed additional support when carrying heavier loads. If required, it can be easily removed from the bag. Any excess webbing can be stored and managed to avoid fly lines getting caught and for security purposes, this extremely robust backpack benefits from an internal zipped pocket for storing a range of valuables.

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HOW DOES POLARISATION WORK

With normal sunglasses light travels through the lenses in both horizontal and vertical directions. By incorporating a chemical filter during the manufacturing process of polarised lenses, the horizontal light, which is the principle reason for the glare, is nullified.

This allows only vertical light rays to pass through the lenses. By eliminating horizontal light, this dramatically reduces powerful rays distorting vision which allows the fly fisher to effectively look through the water surface. This is a massive advantage in visually identifying where fish are located.