Shoulder Pouches are the ideal place to keep your small camera or phone in reach for taking quick photos. The main compartment of the shoulder pouches are a good size for your wallet, car keys, map, headlamp, mittens, sunglasses, candy bars, pack towel, GPS, or any other items you would like to have within easy reach. The pouches carry comfortably on your shoulder, and you will hardly notice them there.
The small exterior mesh pocket can be used to store your small items like lip balm, emergency whistle, or a compass.
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Choose from 3.1 oz/sqyd Dyneema® Composite Fabric or black 4.85 oz/sqyd Gridstop fabric to match your backpack.
These will fit on almost any pack. Two elastic bands hold the pouch securely to your shoulder straps. It is clipped at the top to prevent it from sliding up or down.
Bellowed design, and the elastic on the front mesh keeps the pouch snug with almost no shaking even when running or jumping.
60 cubic inch main compartment is a good size for items such as a camera. A .5L bottle is also a nice fit and can help counterbalance your pack.
The mesh front pocket is handy for tucking small items.
Draw cord opening is quick and easy for getting at your items.
The pouches are symmetrical, and can go on either side.
Stays dry in all but heavy rain. Line it with a zip lock to protect electronics.
- All Zpacks gear has a two year limited warranty against defects in materials or workmanship. Please see our return / warranty policy.
Made in the USA.
Size: About 3.5" diameter x 6" tall (9cm x 15cm)
Volume: 60 cubic inches (1 liter)
Perfect for small items needed without opening the main pack.
We've waited forever to purchase these pouches and wish we had not. They are just what we need for small items needed during hiking. The light weight is almost unbelievable!
It needs to be a little larger. My iPhone will barely fit in it, but the drawstring will not close.
I returned the Shoulder Pouch for a Hip Pouch. Like with Zpacks products I have purchased, the construction was top-notch. However, the design did not work for me like I wanted a shoulder pouch to work. I started by attaching to my Arc Haul strap at the top position but this was much too high with a pouch hitting my face. Installed lower down the strap I still found it too hard to get my phone in and out of the pouch given the draw cord closure. I'd like to see a Velcro closure, like on the food bags, with a simple fold over and side release buckle.
So convenient to have small things I need at my fingertips, especially my phone which I use for maps & tracking.