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NRS Heavy-Duty Bill's Bag Dry Bag

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    A bag that fits the Bill.

    Since 1972, NRS has set the standard for premium whitewater gear that never sacrifices quality or durability, and in honor of NRS' legendary founder, Bill Parks, the company's Bill's Bag Dry Bag has continued the legacy of defining what quality means to the industry. From taking abuse on the river to keeping your gear dry while traveling the world, Bill's Bag will endure year after year.

    Pretty much everything you could want in a dry bag, Bill's Bag is large enough to fit all of your gear for an extended multi-day trip, like the Grand Canyon or Salmon. And because it comes standard with padded shoulder straps and backpack harness, the hassle of long portages and inconvenient camp locations will be noticeably minimized, so you can spend more time playing bocce than hauling gear.

    • A huge, burly dry bag meant for long trips in harsh environments
    • Heavy-duty PVC body with extra reinforcement on bottom
    • Bring it all with a massive 6700 cubic inches of storage capacity
    • Aluminum fasteners end the days of busted plastic buckles
    • Removable backpack harness to reduce snags while traveling
    • Item #NRS008Q

    Tech Specs

    ⚠️ WARNING
    This product can expose you to chemicals including DEHP, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
    Material
    100% polyester, PVC coating
    Volume
    110L
    Backpack Carry
    removable
    Shoulder Strap
    padded
    Compression
    side straps
    Waterproof
    yes
    Closure
    StormStrip system
    Dimensions
    16in x 33in
    Claimed Weight
    4.35lb
    Recommended Use
    paddling
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited

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    An oldie but a goodie!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This is one of the most classic river tripping dry bags out there, and for good reason. It's a simple, durable bag that will keep your gear dry through the gnarlist rapids. Backpack straps are comfortable enough for carrying up the campsite or slogging through a portage.

    Big and Tough

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

    I took this dry bag down the Colorado River, and it performed perfectly. There is so much storage inside and it's remarkably easy to access and easy to carry. The roll-up top was really easy to use as well. Though I didnt do anything crazy with the dry bag, the material feels incredibly strong and durable, and I had no worries about my gear when it was in the dry bag.

    Burly boy

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

    I took this fasting and fit - tent, clothes, dishware, underwear/socks, books, sleeping pad/bag/pillow, wetsuit, PFD, you name it. I could have fit myself in it had I wanted to.
    I took this down the Yampa river and note once did any of my things get wet. It did it's job perfectly. I also enjoyed how easy it was to adjust and fit the fasteners into their respective loops. It's a burly thing and will keep your gear dry and safe. The backpack straps are wonderful and make it easy to carry. It's also easy to attach locking carabiners onto them as well.

    Dry Luggage

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

    My use case may be a little different than other folks. I was driving down to Moab on a very wet day and my truck was full of people. The only place for luggage was the back of my truck and I have no cover. It rained for the full 3 hour drive and when we arrived at the AirBnB everything was dry. Really dry. Couldn't be happier. The bag is large enough that I packed in my regular duffel then threw it in the dry bag. Perfect!

    Great for rafting or canyoneering

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I have used this bag for multiple river trips. I used it for a canoe river run in Desolation Canyon, a ducky run in the Salmon River, and for a canyoneering trip through Das Boot and the Subway slot canyons in Zion National park. All of my stuff stayed dry. I had my camera in there so I really couldn't afford to have it leak. It is also durable and will hold up well hiking even if it snags on branches or scrapes against tight slot canyons from time to time.

    Great for rafting or canyoneering

    Great HEAVY DUTY

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

    The title says it all. It is a very heavy duty dry bag. It isn't light, but that comes with the territory. This bag was perfect for my friends river trip in Southern Utah. It's big enough to hold everything one would need on a 7 day trip, and not have to worry about taking up too much space or anything inside getting wet.

    Amazing!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Bought this dry bag to hold all my Flyfishing gear on a recent trip to New Zealand, and serves double duty as our gear bag on our raft. It holds my 30" rod tubes, which is exactly what I was looking for. Removable backpack straps were priceless in carrying it around and when I forgot to take the straps off on our return trip, they survived the baggage handlers with no problems (and were still on the pack when I got it back from baggage claim). Wouldn't hesitate to buy this bag again. My only gripe is that the waterproof coating on the bag wore off in two spots where the rod tubes must've sandwiched the material between a conveyor belt. Not really a point to deduct a star since it was probably my own fault from how I loaded it. For the price, it can't be beat.