The Seal Line Discovery Dry Bag. Made of ultra-durable materials, the versatile Discovery waterproof dry bag features welded construction for lasting performance, plus an updated closure that makes it easy to achieve a tight, protective seal for excellent fortification against water, from day floats to overland expeditions. Features: Built for the journey: Made of rugged, flexible, and fully waterproof materials designed to withstand frequent and demanding use. Light-colored interior: Significantly eases identification of contents within.* Oval bottom: Stable shape won’t easily roll around; it’s also easy to store, stack, and pack. Durably constructed: Fully welded seams result in stronger and more durably waterproof construction compared to sewn-and-taped seams. Tight, simple sealing: Updated DrySeal™ roll-top closure makes it easier and more intuitive to achieve an optimal seal. PVC-Free: Materials have a reduced environmental impact over vinyl-coated materials. Made in U.S.A. of U.S. and Imported Materials
$12.95 - $19.95
Sea to Summit Lightweight Dry Sack. A less expensive and less bulky alternative to traditional dry bags. You can squash these into spots ordinary heavy dry bags won't go. Fits into little corners of a sea kayak or light enough to take backpacking or adventure traveling. Suitable to keep contents dry in any wet situation where the bag is not submerged. Features: Any roll-top dry sack must be closed properly to ensure water can't get in. Begin by folding the Hypalon™ strip down first and be sure to have at least three rolls before closing the buckle. Avoid contact with sharp objects or subjecting the sack to high abrasion, as this could compromise the waterproof fabric. Like all manufacturers of roll-top, fabric dry sacks, Sea to Summit recommends that sensitive electronic devices be 'double bagged' (i.e. putting electronics inside one dry sack then placing this inside a second dry sack). For maximum protection, the use of a waterproof hard case should be considered. Not intended for situations where dry sack will be submerged under water.
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