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Keep track of your gear and keep it dry.

When everyone on the raft trip has his or her own Outdoor Research Graphic Dry Sack, there are no potential mix-ups or embarrassing discoveries. Diverse, eye-catching designs make it easy for everyone to identify personal gear, and super-waterproof, seam-sealed Barrier nylon fabric guarantees there are no soggy shirts, sleeping bags, or unmentionables should a bag get dropped in the shallows as you unload the raft for the night.

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5 5

dry bag

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

It kept our clothes dry all week on the Main Salmon and didn't get any holes in it from wear.

5 5

Works on the river and Backpacking

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have one of the older version of this bag that has lasted me for 6 years. I still have it, just wanted a few more for day bags on the river. I have also used them while hiking and backpacking in southern Utah where there are times when it rains or you have to cross water. Because these are so lightweight it is easy to throw one in your backpack or day bag and have it on hand to keep things dry (ie: phone, camera, jacket).

5 5

Grab a couple of these babies!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I was a little skeptical of these bags because they were so thin and wasn't sure they could take the abuse & keep my gear dry. Boy was I wrong! Took these on a 4 day river float and they definitely passed the test. Some days they were submerged in water and others they were sitting in the hot sun, they stood up to both! So glad I bought these!!

4 5

Like it, don't Love it

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Gets the job done. Light and keeps things dry. I had a Spork in the bag, and although it didnt cut through the bag it did take off a bit of the inner nylon. My own fault I suppose. That being said there may be better dry sacks out there but this one is fairly reasonably priced for what you get.

4 5

It's a good day bag

The OR 10L bag seems a little small. In fact it fits inside my friends 10L bag with room to spare in hers, which seems a little screwy. But I like the bag anyways. I have rafted with it a few times and it has kept a jacket and some snack dry for sure.

This bag is a handy dandy day bag and nothing more so don't expect to pack a lot in it. A small jacket, shirt or other small clothing items plus a good amount of snack it what you should expect to put in it.

The design I got looks as cool in person as on the computer. It has garnered a lot of complements and some people have expressed interest in buying one.

The only down side is the material seems a little thin to me but this is also my first dry back. I have looked at my friends bags and they are made of thicker materials, which made me a little nervous after using it. It did the job and I was stoked on the price. No real complaints here.

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I now have rafted with it a few more times and I am completely stoked with it. Clothes and snacks stay dry, which is a plus with kids on the boat.