When the Tsunami bag arrived it was immediately placed on the back of the kayak butting up to my K-2 cooler, perfect fit.
|Good fit in the kayak|
The next logical thing to do was to pack some items that I would normally want access to during the day and see how they would fit. One of the cool things that I noticed upon opening up the pack were the two hard dividers that are held in place by velcro. Your choice to use or not as well as where to place them in the pack.
I proceeded to put in my Fishpond guide pack and the two dry boxes that I use to hold electronics as well as wallet and other important gear that are needed on trips. Then added the cooking set, I don't think it will normally travel in the bag but it was a good reference to show off the amount of space that the bag has.
|Still room inside the bag for more gear|
Seeing how nice the bag was it made me curious.....how functional could this be.
I bet Willy J had no intention of this being used as a stripping basket while wading...but it works.
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