The Wasatch Tech Pack revolutionized the vest category with its adjustable “one-size-fits-most” suspension system. The Wasatch blurs the line between a traditional fishing vest and a technical pack. The result is an entirely new product category from Fishpond that combines the best features of both.
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Perfect for hiking into those top-secret backcountry fishing spots, or any time you're spending a long day on the water.
This Fishpond product is definitely a pack master. The standout feature is the expanding backpack. Pulling the Wasatch off the rack or out of the box, can be deceiving. It essentially looks like a more modern equivalent of a traditional vest.
Turn it around, there is a very well integrated backpack. And that pack has no fewer than four pockets and pouches. The first is elastic mesh and can hold a water bottle. The second slightly larger, can hold small accessories. The third slightly larger again includes small interior pockets and a key keeper. And the fourth large main compartment expands substantially. I could jam a tube tent, waders, jackets and much more into this area. If you don’t need all that capacity, everything folds up nicely and can be compressed with the included straps.
Across the front are two molded fly benches with built-in foam fly holders with two large expanding pockets immediately behind. The foam is removable so you can carry other items in those pockets instead.
Fishpond positions two additional mid-size pockets on each side of the Wasatch. There’s also a set of flat zippered pockets at the top and behind the other larger front compartments.
On the interior, there are two zippered and two hook-and-loop-secured pockets.
Additionally, there are a range of loops, flaps and tabs to attaching accessories, keeping your forceps in easy reach, holding a net and much more.
Rod-tube carry system integrated into the rear panel. And there’s also a spot for a hydration bladder.
Despite the big carrying capacity, the Wasatch feels like a traditional vest when you put it on. Fit can be adjusted nicely with side straps so the Wasatch never feels too big or small. Load lifters at the shoulders help keep cargo balanced on your back. The vest pack closes either with a high-quality zipper or clip.
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