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This incredibly functional Technical Tri Chest Pack from White River Fly Shop® offers loads of storage possibilities, contemporary styling, and is versatile enough to be comfortably worn in all conditions. Constructed with cool, lightweight airprene mesh interior for superior ventilation in warm weather, this vest-styled chest pack features a padded shoulder strap system to evenly distribute weight for all-day comfort, dual drop down front pockets with accent webbing, and an extra-large, zip-off back compartment is great for carrying an extra spool or reel. Each front pocket measures 9" x 7-1/2" x 3" and sports additional internal pockets for fly boxes, tippet and other necessary fly fishing accessories. A small, zip-lock dry bag is found in the front right pocket while the left pocket has a foam fly bench. Equipped with internal straps for easy sizing adjustments. This non-restrictive pack won’t affect casting and is an excellent choice for hike-in fishing trips or float tube fishing. Back compartment measures: 9" x 7-1/2" x 3". Color: Tan/Green. Imported.
White River Fly Shop® Technical Tri Chest Pack
I'll reserve final judgement until I have fished with it for a while, but it is not quite what I expected. For example, the only D ring is on the back to hold the net. This D ring is attached to the backstrap by a flimsy piece of shockcord. I didn't dare use my magnetic net holder, as I am afraid the attachment wouldn't hold up to the force needed to remove the net. There should be more D rings to attach tools,
The design of the front pockets really limits how much they can hold. This unit doesn't hold all that much considering it's size. The zipper holding the backpack unzips very easily, and could be unzipped by brush while walking. I locked mine with a safety pin. The clamps that hold the straps attached to the front pockets can be tripped easily when removing a fly box.
I really feel this pack could have been made much more user friendly at very little additional cost.
May 1, 2012
Very comfortable. I use it for fly and spin fishing, so I can fit everything I need in it. The removable pack is great to have. Only thing I noticed is there's a piece of fabric that holds the flap at 90 degrees when opened, the zippers catch the fabric when opening. So if your ok with that BUY IT!!
April 28, 2011
very well built and priced right!
This chest pack is very light weight and easy to use. Lots of storage for all types of stuff!
April 22, 2010
Ok I Guess
I am new to fly fishing and this is my first vest/pack of any kind. I like the openess of it because where I live it doesnt really get cold. It also has quite a bit of room. BUT, The straps twist up sometimes when putting it on, the little straps in the back dont hold the rod very well (mine fell out a few times). and if your skinny when you tighten up the straps they lay to the side and I found that they rubbed my arm and side a lot. I will be looking for an actual vest of somekind soon.
September 2, 2009
Yes, They actually give you two neck straps. - an extra one. They thought of everything...I guess they figure that the neck strap will get worn and need to be replaced. This way you don't have to buy another chest pack. But to answer your question, each neck strap has a center plastic loop attached by an elastic to put a fishing net in the back! I hope this helps you!
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