Patagonia Stormfront Wet/Dry Duffel

Retailers' Descriptions

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Things that don't mix-different alcohols and wet and dry gear. Our StormfrontA(R) Wet/Dry Duffel separates wet and dry items with a coated floating baffle so your dripping waders don't soak your "coming home" shirt. This bag is made with 11.75-oz 800-denier 100 nylon with a TPU coating and features nonsubmersible 100 waterproof welded construction and large burly zippers for easy access. Details include rod tube attachment points; an adjustable removable padded shoulder strap; laser-cut drain holes in the lower compartment; and reinforced haul handles. An external zippered pocket and interior mesh pocket keep small items within reach. Meets most domestic airline carry-on requirements.FeaturesDurable and burly nylon core with a TPU coating provides a 100 nonsubmersible waterproof packageSplit compartments top and bottom and large burly zippers for easy access allow you to organize wet and dry gear as needed; floating divider provides space where you need itReinforced haul handles and removable shoulder strap for easy carryingLaser-cut drain holes in lower compartmentSide utility keepers provide easy attachmentExternal zippered pocket; interior zippered mesh pocketMaterialsBody: 11.75-oz 800-denier 100 nylon with a TPU coatingInterior pocket: 8.3-oz 100 polyester meshWeight1 244 g (2 lbs 11.2 oz)

- Massey's Outfitters

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The Patagonia Stormfront Wet/Dry Duffel is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 27, 2019 at Massey's Outfitters.

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