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Very Useful

    I bought the medium size for my 12' Dagger Cypress hoping to maximize the stern only storage. It not only did a great job of utilizing all the space, but also kept everything dry on a choppy trip up Lake Powell to Rainbow Bridge. Looking forward to using it for longer trips in the fall. Excellent idea, excellent design.

    Purchase These if your stuff has to stay dry

      I purchased several different dry bags for a trip down the Escalante to Lake Powell in low water conditions. These bags were BY FAR the best ones in my kayak. they ended up carrying all of the important stuff that had to stay dry like sleeping bags. High quality and a tight seal will not do you wrong when you are miles from ...well anywhere!

      Kayak dry bag made right!!!

        If you Kayak, you'll want this bag. It fits in the bow or stern very nicely so you can maximize space. A key for long tours. Also the separate air chamber is a life saver and keeps you boat floating in case you do take a swim.

        BONUS NOTE:
        Fill the air chamber with water and let it sit in the sun for a couple of hours. Then, hang and the inflation valve lets you take a wonderful warm shower. Great for washing off that wet funky smell.

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        are the dimensions shown (particularly the...

        are the dimensions shown (particularly the length) the overall size while bag is open or the interior useable size when the bag is closed and clipped?

        hi folks, i have been looking hard and...

        hi folks, i have been looking hard and having trouble finding a real good fit for my sleeping pad as far as dry bags go.my sleeping pad rolled up is 8"x21"..and can seem to find a near custom fit. so now i'm looking at these pacific dry bags trying to get a closer fit.. i don't want to get an over sized bag because i would tend to pack it with that would normally fit in a more accessible and smaller bag. is there a bag out there? i have 2 pads, so i need 2 bags,, thanks, bo daniels

        This one is super close to what you are looking for (8x20")
        http://www.backcountry.com/outdoorgear/Therm-a-Rest-Simply-Dry-Stuff-Sack/CAS0512M.html
        An inch short but I'm guessing it would squeeze in fine.
        Personally I HATE trying to get a sleeping pad into a sack that it just the right size.
        I use one take easily takes mine and then when I stuff it into my backpack it compresses smaller anyways.
        Also, if you are buying a sack for trips that will always have two people you could just buy a larger size of these and roll the two pads together.
        Or since a sleeping pad is not really mission critical and is pretty waterproof anyways you could just use a normal stuff sack and wrap your pads in a garbage bag. Much cheaper