“The world’s most versatile waterproof backpack - for half the price.”
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The Siletz Modular Carry System
35L of 100% waterproof storage, with contoured shoulder straps, TIZIP® external access zipper, and removable waist belt.
MOD.U.LOX® Hardware allows push-button removal. Neoprene sleeve accommodates 15" laptops with two accessory pockets.
180G Tricot-lined with removable dividers accommodates either a full camera kit, wardrobe storage, or a combination of both.
Waterproof/airtight TIZIP® access stores six tasty beverages plus ice and keeps them chilled for over 48 hours.
Night Bag/Gear Pouch
MOD.U.LOX® Hardware allows push-button removal. Two interior dividers provide organization for toiletries or gear.
Fastens quickly to the Siletz' shoulder straps for quick, weatherproof access to fly fishing gear, a point and shoot camera or more.
25L Wet/Dry Bag Insert
Allows for storage of wet and dry items simultaneously. Perfect for stowing wet wetsuits, waders, or dirty clothes and gear.
Durable and Conscious Materials
100% bluesign® certified, CORDURA® Ripstop construction with Lontra™ TPU lamination (PVC-Free).
Goods That Give Back™
The Siletz River is home to an array of unique plant and animal species, including Spotted Owl, Marbled Murrelet, Giant Pacific Salamander, and the Valley of the Giants - an exceptional old growth forest with some of the fastest growing conifers in Oregon. Native fish species that call the watershed home include Coastal Cutthroat trout, Coho salmon, Fall and Spring Chinook Salmon, Chum salmon, Summer and Winter Steelhead, and resident Rainbow Trout. Unfortunately, this Watershed has also been deemed the most deforested watershed in Oregon and has the largest density of roads in the state, largely as a result of poor private timber practices.
We have named the Siletz Modular Carry System as a tribute to this unique and beautiful watershed. Furthermore, we have made a commitment to allocate 25% of the profits generated from its sales toward the Native Fish Society’s Landslides to Logjams Campaign; their ongoing effort to halt irresponsible timber harvesting practices and the watershed destruction that occurs as a result.
Learn more about our Goods That Give Back™ program.