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Instead of packing your gear in the same homogeneous dry bags as everyone else on the river trip, load up a vibrant Outdoor Research Graphic Dry Sack. The waterproof roll-top closure keeps your gear dry after a soaking sequence of rapids, and the D-ring allows you to securely attach the bag to the raft frame.
- Waterproof, durable 70D nylon with TPU and fully taped seams keeps your gear dry as a bone
- Waterproof roll-top closure keeps the wet out
- Durable buckle on the closure is quick and reliable
- Single D-ring provides an attachment point for raft frames
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Dry so far
Bought this bag and wasn't sure how well it would perform (given the low price). So far, haven't had a leak. The material doesn't feel super durable, but I usually have it stowed away in my kayak where it doesn't rub up on rough surfaces. Also use it in my pack when canyoneering to keep a dry set of clothes. So far, not a drop has gotten through! Great job OR :) I will have to comment later if the durability fails
Works well and jury is out on durability
I've used NRS, Jacks Plastics and Watershed so I was very hesitant to trust anything that can't get wet it the OR bag. This bag is incredibly light and kept everything inside it dry for the entire 5 days of a salmon trip where it was in a duckie or hard hull kayak.
OR stuff sack
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Finally a stuff sack with a little art work to it....and they work great too. I have a couple 15 liters and I love em for canoe trips for gear !