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SmithFly Digi Pouch: Your Gadgets Can Go Fishing!

by Range

I’m a bit paranoid about getting my tech gear wet. I don’t mind using my phone in a light drizzle, but after a while, you have to pocket it. Have you ever been worried about getting your precious electronics wet? Then check out the this carrying pouch, which is supposed to keep all of your gadgets safe from the elements.


The SmithFly Digi Pouch has a roll-top design and it’s completely watertight. It’s crafted in the USA from 18 oz. vinyl, and is perfect for toting DSLR cameras, phones or anything else you’d consider mission-critical to your daily life. The pouch also has some Molle webs on a welded patch on the back of the bag. This means that it works with any Molle-webbed add-on – though those items obviously won’t be sheltered from the elements like the stuff inside of the bag.

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The SmithFly Digi Pouch costs $60(USD) and is available right now.

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