Safe Passage Tri-Pack

You'll be ready for any angling adventure armed with our fly fishing backpack.

Details

A large-capacity pack for the all-day angler. Fully adjustable backpack and dual front chest pack compartments to handle all your gear for a full day on the water. Perforated foam shoulder straps ensure comfort and breathability. Durable Hypalon patch for zinger attachment with magnetic tool anchor to keep tools secure. Convenient padded forceps pocket on back of chest pack. Fly-drying patch on top of right chest pack. Front pocket of chest pack opens wide for easy access. Two front stretch mesh pockets. Breathable air mesh on the padded back panels of chest pack and backpack for ventilation. Backpack is hydration bladder compatible. Lots of interior pockets in chest pack and backpack for organisation and storage of your gear. Easy-access side mesh pockets on backpack. Front pockets: 12½"H x 5½"W x 4"D; 275 cu. in. each. Backpack: 13¾"H x 12¾"W x 6½"D; 1,140 cu. in. Weight: 2.5 lbs.

Reviews

Overall: 4.7/5 starsShow Rating Distribution 4.7 / 5 based on 17 reviews

5 stars 5-star:
14
4 stars 4-star:
2
3 stars 3-star:
0
2 stars 2-star:
1
1 star 1-star:
0

16 of 17 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.

  • 5/5 stars 5/5

    Awesome Pack - 8/18/2014
    By: from Alabama

    Plenty of room for all the accessories you need on the river. Great for wading and keeping all your stuff handy and not being uncomfortable with straps around your neck, etc.. Only thing that could improve it is if it had some loops on the front for attaching accessories. The magnets are a great added touch to keep nippers, etc.. from dangling. Catching it on sale made the pack a steal for the quality it is.

  • 5/5 stars 5/5

    useful pack - 8/14/2014
    By: from St Paul mn

    I am finding uses for this other than fishing, it also works well for hiking when the hydration kit is added. Well padded and comfortable.

  • 4/5 stars 4/5

    Good alternative - 8/11/2014
    By: from Colorado

    Hot summer days in Colorado and hikes to streams in steep hills can indicate a need for an alternative to a full tackle vest or back pack. This pack provides enough room for rain coat and lunch. Side pockets are handy for water bottles and a small water bladder can fit in the pack, perhaps at cost of additional items but still handy. Front pockets can hold several fly boxes and internal sleeves can hold leaders, pliers, etc. Comfortable, convenient pack.

  • 5/5 stars 5/5

    perfect fit for two locations - 8/5/2014
    By: from san juan mountains--colorado

    at 65 we strive to travel light when we hike and fish at altitude. this pack fits our bill perfectly....light weight, handy and excellent storage

  • 5/5 stars 5/5

    Great for travel - 7/30/2014
    By:

    I bought this more for a travel back and not for use while wading. The pack is excellent for wading. My gear is easy to reach and the weight is well balanced. I am very glad I bought.

  • 5/5 stars 5/5

    Great Pack for Birding - 1/8/2013
    By: from Southern Shore

    Yes, I know that the Tri-Pack is designed for anglers/fly fishing but it also makes a GREAT pack for birding. The back pack is large enough to hold rain gear, snacks, water and a birding book as well as a decent camera. The front chest packs are great for the new larger smart phones as well as good quality point and shoot camera and many additional items. These items are held secure and are easily accessible without having to remove the pack, but I especially like the fact that having the large front chest pack compartments helps keep the load comfortable and well balanced no matter where you are hiking. I agree that the addition of external D-rings would be helpful but, as is, the pack is great for long birding trips on wooded trails or along the shore. I appreciate the thought that went into designing this light weight and durable pack.

  • 5/5 stars 5/5

    best pack ever - 6/5/2012
    By: from Kent, United Kingdom
    Top 25 Contributor

    this is a very handy bag, you can get at the front pockets while on the stream , will carry every thing you need for a days fishing

  • 2/5 stars 2/5

    Don't Think a Fisher Tested This Product. - 4/15/2012
    By: from Portland, OR

    Well built, like the bladder compatibility, and comfortable, but.... Where are the D rings you can hook things like floatant, etc, to? The pockets need to be designed with more than fly boxes in mind. There are patches w/holes to pin your retractors/zingers to but they're on the outside of the pockets (left & right) so you're always feeling for tools you can't see . IMO they should be on the inner exterior of the pockets, so you're reaching to your chest, not out toward an armpit. With a little more thought, Orvis could have hit a grand slam w/ this. A clear pocket that holds a fishing license on the back or on one of the front pockets (where the patches for retractors/zingers are). Absence of D rings are a fundamental oversight. A place to strap on a rod tube while hiking would be simple to do. I'm probably going to try the pack again to see if it's just not being used to the gear, but at this point I'm pretty sure I'm going back to my Simms vest.

  • 5/5 stars 5/5

    great purchase - 4/14/2012
    By: from Saratoga springs ny

    The safe passage tri pack is very versatile had lots of room to carry every thing you need on the steam thought it was very comfortable to wear

  • 4/5 stars 4/5

    Tri Pack - 4/6/2012
    By: from Montana

    This review is based on 30 days of fishing with the Tri Pack in a variety of conditions. First, this is a great pack that carries what you need for a full day of fishing. The pack is well organized and the ability to carry a water bladder is a bonus. The only negative comment that I have with this pack is that the upper chest strap buckle is not well secured to the strap. I lost the buckle during the third day of use, found it and then lost it again a week later. I would suggest that the buckles be sewn into the straps rather than as an add on. I ended up tying the chest strap together to make that work. I'll be asking Orvis for a replacement buckle and then trying to figure out a more permanent solution.

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