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A backpack/dry bag hybrid for the wettest of environments.

When summit day arrives, ditch the 80-liter monster and top out with the Outdoor Research DryComp Ridge Sack. With a fully waterproof construction and plenty of places to store technical gear, this hybrid backpack outfits you for fast, wet days in the mountains or short hikes on your next river trip.
  • Coated fabrics, radio-frequency welded seams and roll top for complete waterproof protection
  • Large mesh front pocket and compression straps for wet clothes, hydration reservoir, or additional gear
  • Ice axe loops outfit you for ultralight summit pushes

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How many liters will this bag hold?

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How many liters will this bag hold?

4 5

Waterproof

I took this on a 9 mile trip through the Subway in Zion to keep my camera dry. Though this pack feels flimsy, I was able to strap my 3 pound tripod and 40oz water bottle to back and my 5 pound camera and lens inside.

4 5

Acceptable bag

This bag is doing its job so far. Hasn't failed me yet but my concerns are as follows. First off, it is literally paper thin and makes me worry it will tear if it hooks on a branch or anything when hiking. Secondly it is made in China and no where could I see that listed on the site. I am all for American made and I am always disappointed to know that I supported a product from a different country when my funds could directly support my neighbors jobs or my own in some way. Overall I say this product is a good buy, and I originally found it in a youtube video from Travis Haley.

Outdoor Research DryComp Ridge Sack

Outdoor Research DryComp Ridge Sack

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I'm curious how you attached the snow picket to the sack?

Outdoor Research DryComp Ridge Sack.

Outdoor Research DryComp Ridge Sack.

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Mt Rainier

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That is a monster snow picket. Is that hanging off the sack?

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Stays dry in whitewater

Used on Grand Canyon raft trip and it stayed dry through rapids with repeated soakings. Fit is OK for very small woman. Would fit better if you are larger than 5'1" and slender. I plan to try it for bike commute too. No internal structure so if you don't have it full it is kind of floppy. But having both waist strap and chest works fine. Can't carry much weight - 10 lbs is probably the limit. Folds down small. I'm happy with it.

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