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NRS Dri-Stow Dry Bag

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    • Clear, M
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    • Clear, L
      sale $18.17
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      sale $19.47
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      sale $19.47
    • Blue, M
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    Stop your blind digging.

    Save yourself some frustration on the river, you know the kind that typically entails you frantically searching for your extra layer or flashlight, with a little help from the transparent and waterpoof NRS Dri-Stow Dry Bag. Crafted with 17oz vinyl and a StormStrip roll-top closure, this bag keeps all of your river essentials bone-dry, while the transparent material makes it easy to spot exactly wherever everything is.

    • Waterproof and transparent bag for river adventures
    • Vinyl construction keeps your gear dry
    • Transparent design lets you spot tough-to-find items
    • Roll-top closure blocks out the water
    • Item #NRS007R

    Tech Specs

    Material
    vinyl (17oz)
    Volume
    [small] 610 cu in, [medium] 1343 cu in, [large] 2319 cu in, [extra large] 2685 cu in
    Waterproof
    yes
    Closure
    StormStrip
    Dimensions
    [small] 7.5 x 13 in, [medium] 9.5 x 20 in, [large] 11.5 x 23 in, [extra large] 9.5 x 38 in
    Recommended Use
    paddling
    Manufacturer Warranty
    10 years

    Tech Specs

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    Not what is pictured.

      I thought I was buying a narrow, tubular-shaped dry bag that would fit well in the bow of my kayak. What I got was a standard 10 liter Dri-stow clear dry bag. I'm keeping it because I was planning on getting a similar bag anyway - turns out the granddaughters love catching river critters and using the the clear bags like an aquarium, then everything can be dumped out later, no harm done. But dagnab it, even if it's a decent price, I was going to buy that later. It's not what I thought I was getting. I thought it was going to be long, skinny, with a handle in the middle. Now I am very sad.