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DRY WAIST PACK
DRY WAIST PACK
DRY WAIST PACK
DRY WAIST PACK
DRY WAIST PACK
DRY WAIST PACK
DRY WAIST PACK

FILSON

DRY WAIST PACK

$163.00

Product number: 89129

FILSON's compact fishing waist pack is exactly what you've been looking for

The fabric is a TAN color that makes you think of returning to the origin.
The thickness of the fabric has increased, and the change to the coil fastener has improved the performance in the fishing scene, and has returned with an upgraded version.
Sized for a large fly box, the coil-zippered main compartment features four internal storage pockets and two external snap-flap pockets to organize small essentials.
Padded back and waist tabs for all-day comfort.
Features a removable sheepskin shirring patch for drying flies and a nylon webbing waist belt.

・Single main compartment holds 1 large fly box or 2 small fly boxes
・Snap flap pockets for tippet spools and accessories
・Cotton webbing Waist strap extends to 48 inches
・Equipped with shirring patch for fly
・Grommets at the bottom of pockets for drainage


FABRIC:8-oz oil finish Cover Cloth + Australian/New Zealand sheepskin shearling

MADE IN VIETNAM

CARE: Machine wash cold, tumble dry low Please use it



What is FILSON?
“MIGHT AS WELL HAVE THE BEST” "If you want to have the best one anyway"
These are the words of founder CLINTON C.FILSON .

Filson was founded in 1897 as a outdoor clothing manufacturer to challenge the gold rush in Seattle, Washington. Ta.
Because of the extremely harsh environment for clothing, such as gold mining, we started producing clothing using the best natural materials and uncompromising design and sewing.
Eventually, it was even said that the FILSON mark was synonymous with trust for men working in Alaska and the Northwest.
In wool, it still takes more than two years from harvesting the raw wool to finishing it into a product. It continues to be loved by people who need true quality in a natural environment, and is also used for some staff of the US Air Force and Army.
If we talk about excellent quality and durability, there are many stories that have been handed down from parents to children and from children to grandchildren.