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Seam Sling Classic

Not too big, or too small, the one sling every angler should own to carry flies, water, tools, and other gear on the water. Made in the USA.

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WEIGHT: 17 oz.

VOLUME: ~220 CI (POUCH) + Added Storage (Zipper Pocket, Deep Storage Pocket, Water Bottle Sleeve, and tippet / tool anchors)

RELATIVE CAPACITY: 2 Cliff Bugger Barn Flyboxes + Snacks; 4 Cliff Super Days Worth or Standard Boxes; 8 Tacky Boxes



ORIGIN: Handmade in the USA with American Materials

MORE INFO: Built with twice the capacity of our Tightlines Sling. For the angler who doesn’t need our large Beast, this sling was designed to hit the SEAM between the extremes. Space to carry 8 Tacky Boxes, or 4 of the Cliff Super Days Worth size box, etc. The pack is versatile enough to carry a selection of almost any sized box. Connections for tools and tippet, three big pockets for gear, and a sleeve for a water bottle or other refreshing beverage. The pack anchors to your back without need for a third strap, keeping your load balanced, out of the way and within quick reach when you need it.

8 reviews for Seam Sling Classic

  1. Larry Steiner (verified owner)

    I ordered a Seam Sling by for a recent trip to Alaska and received it as promised in time for my departure. I have never used a sling pack before this trip as I usually wear a chest pack or front/back pack. Much of my fishing is for steelhead using spey rods. I have been frustrated in the past with line tangling in zippers, nippers, floatant etc. hanging from my chest pack but have put up with it as the chest pack allowed me to wade deeper and still keep my gear dry compared to a traditional vest. The Seam Sling is the perfect answer for me! I had no problem adjusting to it as it is a very intuitive product. Fishing with a single hand or switch rod was a joy as my chest was perfectly clear of obstacles. The horizontal fly pouch allowed me to cross rivers a little more than waist deep and still remained dry. If I was hiking any distance and wanted to carry my backpack, I simply slid the sling to the front making room for my backpack until I arrived at my destination. I was able to carry 3 fly boxes without difficulty; one for poppers, one for streamers and one for articulated leeches. When fishing for char instead of silvers, I simply swapped the popper box for one with dries and nymphs. I can’t say enough about this bag, it did everything I wanted and more, including being made in the USA from USA sourced material. I am confident it will not be my last purchase from Vedavoo.

  2. Kevin Watson (verified owner)

    What a great sling pack! Hands down the best I’ve tried. This pack is extremely well made, very comfortable, user friendly and just the right size. It easily carries the payload advertised; 4 standard tacky boxes and one oversized streamer box with plenty of room for tools, floatant, extra leaders, indicators and the like. I appreciate the ability to stow light rain gear and a water bottle on such a light pack. I wade small to medium sized water in Western NC/Eastern TN primarily and this is a perfect lightweight pack for me. I really LOVE that it is a hand-made to order product crafted with obvious pride in the US. Support good folks making really good stuff!

  3. Ed Zweig (verified owner)

    This is my second sling from Vedavoo. I’m even happier (Seam) than the first (tight deluxe) .
    I am hard on my equipment, I fish 365, and I have none of the breakdowns that the foreign crap has.
    Rain, snow,sun,bug repellent,! This is great stuff for the long haul.

  4. John Schnedler

    I’ve owned a: traditional bulky vest, Patagonia front vest sling, and a Patagonia Hybrid Pack. This surpasses them all. Even with slippery under layers (primloft coat), it stays put and does not slide like other packs. Unlike vests or other packs the freedom given to your casting shoulder is amazing! Additionally, the freedom from clutter up front of you seems so vast, but liberating. Lash points and storage are all laid out with a great deal of thought. Finally, as I travel, packing this away is a breeze, almost forget its there. Great American made product made from a great ‘American Dream’ story in a garage with an idea to make a passion (fly fishing) better for all anglers.

  5. Mike Breitenstein (verified owner)

    I received my sling pack a couple of weeks ago and have been out fishing on numerous occasions with it so thought it time to write a review. I’ve been wearing a chest pack for a couple of years so the seam sling took a little getting used to. I loved the convenience of my chest pack but hated that I couldn’t see where I was stepping half the time when in the river. I’m amazed at how much freedom the seam sling has given me both in and out of the water. Once I got comfortable with the swing of the pack to the front I fell in love with this thing. I love that it holds all my fly boxes, gloves, buff and tools comfortably with room to spare. I also love how it puts my water bottle right in front of me when swung in front reminding me to hydrate. I have a Nomad net attached to a retractor hanging of the upper D-ring and with all this the pack remains well balanced and rides smooth. I ordered a medium pinch pouch with my pack and it’s perfect for holding a couple of extra leaders, knot tool, pinch indicators and license. The overall quality of my seam sling is impressive. Lastly, I’m proud to own such a great American made product and appreciate the timeliness in which it was made and delivered. Thank you!

  6. Tadd Fore (verified owner)

    The Seam Sling is exactly what I needed in a sling pack. As a guide, I was using a vest so I could carry anything and everything for any situation. As a personal fisherman, I wanted to go lightweight. As Scott explains, the Seam is right in the middle. I carry everything I need for a day’s trip in the Seam Sling as both a guide and personal fisherman and I love it. It is still extremely lightweight and has NO bulk to it whatsoever. It rides with a low profile on my back and is very comfortable. This is what I can fit on my Seam Sling with still much room to spare:

    1. Nippers and hemos
    2. Assortment of split shot
    3. Leaders
    4. Floatant
    5. Dry shake
    6. Indicators
    7. Six spools of tippet
    8. A small net when fishing alone
    9. Fly box for dries
    10. Fly box for nymphs
    11. Thin magnetic fly box for midges
    12. FishPond Sushi Roll for streamers that I attach on the side straps where the rain jacket would go

    Vedavoo will be my pack supplier from now on!!

    • Vedavoo

      Sweet! Good news and a solid packing list 🙂 happy to hear our work is treating you right! Please don’t hesitate to let us know if there’s anything we can do down the line to keep it that way.

  7. William Kevin Crabtree (verified owner)

    Received my SEAM sling a few weeks ago. It came quicker than needed for a November trip I’m doing so I took it out yesterday for an afternoon trip in the cold rain. Even with the extra layers the Seam Sling did as promised. Stayed in place! My former sling would never have done that. It always slipped when I bent over. Thank You !!!

    • Vedavoo

      Thrilled to hear it Sir! Hope our work serves well for the upcoming trip – and many more to come!

  8. Jacob (verified owner)

    Really happy with mine. It fits great and is really well put together. I wear mine quite lose so if I lean right over and to the right it will slip around (left shoulder strap). Doesn’t budge if I lean straight forward or to the left. This is a compromise I’m happy with as it’s preferable to having an extra stabilising strap in my eyes. The video doesn’t do justice to the size of the main compartment or mention that there’s slim pocket in the back of it that’s perfect for spare leaders.

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