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Paxis Backpacks and Accessories
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 13 reviews
by Pat Kolberg on Paxis Backpacks and Accessories
Vault

I recently purchased the vault for my Twin Lakes pack. I had been packing my extra lenses and other photography equipment in the pod and upper pack in neoprene bags.  I decided it would be faster to grab a lens if it was not in a bag, and wanted a safe secure way to carry them. As you can see, the pod works great. In the photo you can see what I packed.  The pod has my Sigma 150-600 zoom lens, which takes up all the space.  In the vault, I have a Canon 70d with an 18-135 zoom lens attached.  I have a 100mm macro lens and 3 extension tubes to use with it.  I have a Lensball and stand along with a mini tripod.  Even with all that in the pack, I still have more room.  The vault fits easily into the top pack and by lining up the zippers, I can open the pack and vault quickly and easily.

Purchasing the vault has just added to my collection of Paxis products, all great quality items. 



by Curtis Fleming, Fly Rod Chronicles on Paxis Backpacks and Accessories
Twin Lakes Long Range Camo

This is a one of a kind backpack that is made for the Fly Fishing lifestyle!! If you're looking for the ultimate fishing backpack where it's hands free and it's not in your way, check out these guys.

by @tonymaples on Paxis Backpacks and Accessories
Twin Lakes

I don’t remember how I lived without it. When I’m knee deep in water, at an event, or other times when I’m shooting its the most convenient thing ever. Thanks for working so hard on it!

Tony Maples Paxis Twin Lakes 5 Star Review

by Mary on Paxis Backpacks and Accessories
TwinLakes Mineral

As a creative individual it’s great to find new products that are both inventive and useful. I purchased the Paxis pack to use as a photography backpack after seeing how the bottom part of it swings to the front. It’s been great for getting to my camera and lenses without having to stop, open a bag, and dig through it to find what I need. The top part of the pack has room for my accessories, extra layers of clothing, and my iPad. I absolutely love this pack and my husband’s friends are hoping they can borrow it for their fly fishing outings!

by Brian Beck on Paxis Backpacks and Accessories
Twin Lakes

Every once in awhile, a product comes to market that completely changes the game...While angling, hiking and shooting photos on the run, my most used and important gear is just a swing away...this pack is extremely comfortable to wear. Read more

Brian Beck 5 star review

by Pat on Paxis Backpacks and Accessories
Twin Lakes

I own and still use the Mt Picket pack but wanted a more roomy, less structured pack so I could take even more with me. I am and avid photographer and have been know to take as many as 4 lenses on a trek.

When the Twin Lakes came out I was all in for buying the new pack. I was shocked and pleased to find out the Twin Lakes was even more comfortable than my Mt Picket.

I can take as many lenses as I want and change them quickly and securely, with out removing my pack. In 30 years of shooting I've tried many back of all shapes, sizes, and designs.. None have worked as well for me as the Paxis packs. I will never buy another brand, they have my business for life.

If you purchase the Twin Lakes, you too will be a customer forever.

by Chris Spangler on Paxis Backpacks and Accessories
Twin Lakes

Great new product on the market in terms of backpacks and innovation. This is a great tool to have for hunting, camping, fishing, photography and anything else outdoors. These folks really have it figured out.

by Dave Rosetti on Paxis Backpacks and Accessories
Mt. Pickett

Works awesome! Extremely versatile, light, holds all my stuff. Can't say enough good about it. I like it a lot.

by MyCampsiteReview.com on Paxis Backpacks and Accessories
Mt. Pickett

In the world of backpacks, I’ve seen a lot of gimmicks and novelty features that are integrated with the bag that really don’t add to the overall experience or functionality. These days, you can find no shortage of backpacks with integrated mobile technology. This really just adds up to components and wires that will break down in all-weather situations, and bring little more than new ways to connect your iphone to your backpack. Not very interesting.

Paxis has done something much more. The Paxis Pack was born out of Paul Vierthaler’s (Co-Founder, Paxis) desire to have a pack where he could access critical gear without the need to stop and remove the pack. He designed the articulating hinge technology – or “ARC Swing” technology that makes Paxis a unique and extremely useful design update to daypacks.

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