Picture this: you’re out on the boat, it’s a beautiful day, and there’s a light breeze. Suddenly, the wind picks up, dark clouds gather, and it starts to pour. Normally, you’d freak out and throw your bags into the hold to protect them from the rain. But, with a Yeti Panga submersible and waterproof duffel bag, you don’t have a care in the world.
(Well maybe you should worry that you’re about to get shipwrecked. But, hey, at least your spare clothes are still dry!)
The Perfect Bag for the Perfect Storm
The Yeti Panga waterproof duffel bag has an airtight seal to prevent any water getting into your gear. It’s so durable, you can throw it all over the place like some kind of barbarian, and it won’t puncture.
You could even leave it with an actual yeti for a few hours, and you won’t notice a difference. (Full disclosure: we’ve never met a real yeti before so maybe don’t take this too seriously.)
Whether you’re fly fishing or channeling your inner Mountain Man, the Panga can take whatever your wild life throws at you.
The Life of Panga
If you’re suddenly caught in a storm, all is not lost with the Yeti Panga waterproof bag. Once you get it, you’ll wonder why you’ve never bought a bag like this before. While it has a thick laminated nylon shell, the bag itself is not insulated. So, you’ll have to come up with another place to keep your brewskis cold and dry.