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Patagonia Stealth Hip Pack

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    • Light Bog, One Size
      $119.00
    4.5510

    10 Reviews

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    Like it's not even there.

    The Patagonia Stealth Hip Pack is a no-nonsense go-to for the minimalist fly fisher. This bag uses durable materials and thoughtful pocket placement to keep you on the water all day. Tough, water-resistant ballistic nylon construction withstands the wear-and-tear of the river, while the molded front drop-down panel provides a mobile work surface and fly storage.

    Storage comes in the way of a main zip pocket for two fly boxes, a drop-in, mesh security pocket for your phone, and seven internal pockets for whatever else you might need on the fly (no pun intended). Plus, two stretch pockets hold your water bottles for easy hydration. An adjustable belt gives you a customized fit, while the air-mesh back panel provides elevated comfort and ventilation.

    • Polyurethane-coated ballistic nylon construction (840D)
    • Water-resistant
    • Molded drop-down front panel
    • Multiple pockets
    • Air-mesh back panel
    • Item #PAT01A5
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    shoulder strap love

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
    • Height: 5'10"
    • Weight: 160lbs

    This is a great hip pack and the shoulder option makes it really versatile. I purchased this for my son and he loves it for day trips to the river.

    The Best

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Height: 5'8"
    • Weight: 150lbs

    I love this pack. If you need more than you can carry in this, you're doing something wrong. Comfortable without being bulky. I think it looks nice too. Can holders are nice and I end up keeping most of my tippet spools in one of them. I hate shit dangling off my pack thus I don't like most tippet spool holders. Really happy with how well this works on this pack. It dries relatively quickly after a deep wade, or bouncing around in the bottom of the boat. I have tried most of the hip packs on the market and this is the only one I really enjoy using.

    a bag to rule them all

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size

    For Fly Fishing, backpacking, and any other active adventure activity you can imagine, this chest/hip all around bag is for you. The cup holder is bonus for your down time relaxation. A couple features I absolutely love are the magnetic for maintaining control of metal items while clipped to the outside of the pack like tippet snippers or some other fly-fishing tools, as well as the table top/workbench incorporated to the outer hard box pocket.

    Not a VR Headset

      Warning this is not a VR Headset. There are no lenses and yes you can put your phone in it but not for virtual reality experiences. Though it may look like a VR headset, and VR is very exciting, this has no lenses and will not enable '3D' virtual reality viewing.

      Day trip perfection

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Height: 5'10"
      • Weight: 165lbs

      Patagonia nailed it with this bag. It has plenty of room for a days worth of supplies on the river. The construction and materials are typical Patagonia quality. You can carry a few river sodas too. Everything you need for a day on the river, nothing you don't need.

      Great quality

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size

      I'm really impressed with the quality of this bag - the zippers are sturdy, padding is in just the right places, and is somehow insanely spacious on the inside without being bulky outside. Highly recommended.

      Once you go Hip Pack....

      • Fit: True to size

      As a recent convert from the traditional fly fishing vest to the hip pack I have to say that I am very stoked with my decision!

      Two H2o/beer holders, supportive hip belt with mesh paneling, an over the shoulder strap, various pockets and a sleek (or should I say) stealthy design makes this one of the best packs out there. Only downside to the pack is the shoulder strap can dig in and become slightly uncomfortable after hours of use with a heavier than average load.

      Soooo many pockets and organization with velcro in the inside make this pack very versatile and adaptable to however you prefer your setup to be in a pack. From short day trips to longer weekends, I have found this pack to be perfect for everything that I need! I don't ever foresee myself running out of room anytime soon (so much room for activities!)

      Plus, the lifetime warranty... sheesh what else do you want?!

      Go with Patagonia - it's always the right call.

      Once you go Hip Pack....

      Almost perfect

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      This is the perfect sized pack for any day out on the river. It has well thought out pocket placement, plenty of storage for a bevy of fly boxes. The hip belt pockets are fantastic and plenty of loops and attachment points. Enough room in the main compartment for a light jacket or a few beers. As well as two bottle pockets and a rigging station. The only thing I really wish it had was a small water proof pocket for a phone , keys or anything you don't want to get wet. Other than that it's everything I want in a hip pack.