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Sophie M.

Sophie M.wrote a review of on July 16, 2012

4 5

Love it. For years, I've been hauling around my old SealLine with no straps. Wish I had gotten this sooner! This pack is awesome, and pretty comfortable. Everything perfectly dry in all SealLine products for years. I own the 35L and 70L.

My only complaints are that the strap positions are a little to high, for 2 reasons. 1) I am pretty small (5'4"), and the bottom of the bag in both the 35L and 70L hits the backs of my legs while walking. I would rather the straps were lower and the bag went up higher, like a camping pack. 2) Sometimes (ok, almost all the time) I have just too much gear to fit in the 35L, but not nearly enough to fill the 70L. Because of the high strap placement on the packs, I can't just roll down the top of the 70L to make it whatever size I want, so it ends up loosely packed and awkward.

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Sophie M.

Sophie M.wrote a review of on July 16, 2012

5 5

I love these bags. I am a marine biologist, and spend a long time hauling my gear around on boats. My whole lab and I love SealLine bags. I use the 10L Kodiak bag as a camera bag for my digital SLR, and another to keep my change of clothes dry. Love that you can push the air out of these through the window - makes it a lot easier to fit this into another pack. I have used it as a solo bag for my camera on boat trips (often in the rain and treated very roughly) 4 times a month for the past 3 years, and have never had any problems with it.

re: other reviews about leak problems - this has NEVER ever been a problem for me, and I've taken this bag out on the boat in heavy rain, and even let it slosh around in the water on a dive boat. But, if you're worried, SealLine offers lots of other options without the valve.

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