Fishpond Thunderhead Submersible Sling – Eco


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SKU: fp-th-submers-sling-eco


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Product Description

When you need quick access to all of your gear, sling this clean design over your shoulder and charge into the elements. Built for anglers who live life in the grit of the riverbed and demand the most from their gear. Load your valuables in the roomy main compartment, lock them behind the fully waterproof TRU Zip, and submerge yourself into the environment. Anglers have gravitated towards the sling pack as a great way to carry the day’s essentials without having to sacrifice freedom of movement or comfort. Constructed out of our bombproof 900D TPU coated NewStream fabric*, the Thunderhead Sling is just as ready for what the day might bring as you are.


  • Includes one set of Lariat Gear Straps
  • 900D TPU coated NewStream fabric
  • Fully waterproof, self-healing TRU Zip zipper closure on main compartment
  • Water resistant zipper closure on the front pocket
  • Lightweight foam shoulder strap and back panel
  • Integrated net slot
  • Interior organization with removable zippered pocket
  • Exterior Hypalon® tabs and reinforced cord loops for tool and accessory attachment
  • VELCRO® and Hypalon® attachment points on shoulder strap for fly patches and accessories
  • 16” x 9” x 7”
  • 13L (793 Cu. In.)
  • 1.8LBS
  • Riverbed Camo Colorway is constructed in 1680D recycled nylon


  1. While having a fully waterproof/submersible pack is not necessarily essential in the state of Colorado, there is something to be said about the reassurance of knowing your gear will stay dry even if you go for a swim. This pack has plenty of space for everything you would need for a day on the water. The sling allows for easy access to your gear without having to take your pack off and the multiple attachment points allow you to hang all the essentials on the outside. The one issue I do have with the Thunderhead is the lack of individual compartments for organizing fly boxes and other smaller items. Being a decently large pack, items seem to get lost in the depths of the bag when I’ve got it packed full.

    Willy (Telluride Angler)
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