A torn or punctured dry bag can mean a pile of soaked gear. Avoid soggy gear with a burly Outdoor Research Durable Dry Sack. The tough Antron nylon is built to take a beating while the Hydroseal coating, fully taped seams, and roll-top closure ensure your gear will stay dry through the most daunting sections of whitewater.
- Burly 210D Antron nylon is exceptionally durable and abrasion resistant
- Hydroseal coating and fully taped seams provide complete waterproof protection
- Waterproof roll-top closure keeps the wet out
- Durable buckle on the closure is quick and reliable
- Single D-ring and a external daisy chain provide secure attachment points
- Webbing handle on the bottom makes the bag easy to carry
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Great middle of the road dry bag
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
This is an excellent dry bag considering the price, weight, and waterproofness of the bag. I've used it canyoneering for long swims, in the rain backpacking, and in several other applications. It's kept everything dry and works well for quite a few things.
At just over 4 oz for the 15 liter bag, it's not much of a weight restriction backpacking, but works well for the items that need to stay dry in your pack. It fits quite a few snacks, phone/gps, camera, etc. I wouldn't trust it to be submerged with electronics in it, but in rain, or floating on a lake/river, I would. After several swims in a recent slot canyon, some water did start to creep in the roll top, but didn't get past 2 or 3 folds. I just made sure to fold it tightly, 4 or 5 times and nothing has ever been wet.
Doubles really well as a bear bag, trash bag, food bag, etc. Really pleased with this bag, and the daisy chain on the outside is a big plus.