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The Ledges 500 is an essential fly-fishing pack. Unlike any other waist pack on the market, a suspended back panel provides all-day comfort, support and ventilation. Everything else is icing on the cake...and lots of it.

Features:
  • Suspended back panel with aluminum stay for all day comfort, support and ventilation 
  • Easy rotation around your waist regardless of load 
  • Load adjusters for personalized fit and positioning 
  • Hemostat grad-tabs/retractor stations with retainers to minimize snagging and swinging 
  • Barbless fly-rigging work station 
  • Two external tippet pockets 
  • High-wear tarpaulin tool sheath 
  • Weather-proof pocket 
  • Quick access, one-hand zipper operation 
  • Rain jacket straps 
  • Two low profile water bottle holders with cord retainer 
  • Removable shoulder strap with ''floating'' pad 
  • D-rings for net attachment 
  • ''Sticky'' micro-textured zipper pulls 
  • Internal kay clip Integrates with Surveyor 1100 backpack (sold separately) 
  • Corrosion resistant, snag-free zippers
  • Dimensions - 11''W x 8''H x 8''D
  • Volume - 500 cubic inches
  • Weight - 25oz



UMPQUA's new Ledges Waist-Packs from Umpqua Films on Vimeo.