Okuma Nomad Backpack
Whether you’re hiking into your favorite fishing hole, gearing up for a camping trip, or jumping on a charter boat, the Okuma Nomad Backpack has you covered. Built with a staggering amount of storage, the Okuma Nomad Backpack features a wide variety of cavernous compartments to fit all of your gear.
The enormous main compartment is adorned with three mesh pockets and is spacious enough to easily accommodate boots, waders, and a jacket all together. Designed with a secure zippered flap, the bottom compartment contains three custom Nomad stowaways that are all built with a 12” scale molded into the lid. In addition, both sides of the Okuma Nomad Backpack are equipped with pockets that are large enough to fit sunglasses, sunblock, and pliers. Below the side pockets are roomy velcro’d pouches that can hold spools of line, or serve as a stash spot for plastics. On the front of the Okuma Nomad Backpack there are two more zippered compartments that can house cell phones, cameras, reels, or anything else that you will need for a successful fishing trip.
To make carrying all of your gear as comfortable as possible, Okuma fitted the Nomad Backpack with a thick padding along the back, as well as, wide padded shoulder straps. The Okuma Nomad Backpack is also furnished with a sternum strap, and an additional waist strap to provide even more support. For protection against inclement weather, Okuma incorporated a water-resistant cover that fits over the backpack and stores in a pocket on the top of the bag. Built with high-grade 600 denier rip-stop nylon and corrosion resistant zippers, the Okuma Nomad Backpack is bursting with storage to perfectly fit the lifestyle of the traveling angler.
-Two 3700 Stowaways
-One 3730 Stowaway
1 Year Limited Warranty
Dimensions: 17.75”L X 25.25”H X 9” W
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Comments: I'm a shore fisherman and have to hike/bike to many of my local lakes, I wanted an upgrade to the Okuma backpack (bear logo) that I've been using. This Nomad fits the bill, it is much larger and heavier than the bear backpack, in fact it's almost twice as big. Tons of storage space and even though it is heavier/bulkier, the chest and waist strap distribute the weight evenly across your back and not at just the top or bottom.
From: AC: San Rafael, CA 3/10/14
Comments: Very nice, high quality bag with very comforatble shoulder strap. I like it a lot and it has helped me be able to get organized and take most of my stuff with me at once, not pick and choose beforehand what I MIGHT need before actually getting on the water to see the conditions. That being said, I do have one complaint... the zipper is HARD to pull and gets stuck easily.
From: BrushHawg: South, AL