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NRS Expedition DriDuffel 35-105L Dry Bag

$179.95 - $249.95

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  • Blue, 35L
  • Blue, 70L
  • Blue, 105L
  • Flint, 35L
  • Flint, 105L
  • Flint, 70L

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Huck, chuck, and dunk.

You don't necessarily have a whole lot of time to handle your gear with care when you're loading your boat at the put-in and lugging gear up to camp once you're on the river, which makes a bag like the NRS Expedition DriDuffel Dry Bag indispensable when you're spending upwards of three to seven days on the river. Borrowing its design from NRS' High Roll Duffel, this stripped-down version of the bag features the added benefit of a convenient waterproof zip closure that makes packing, unpacking, and finding a gear a whole lot easier than it is with a more traditional roll-top dry bag.

  • A waterproof dry bag built for multi-day river trips
  • Convenient waterproof zipper closure for easy packing
  • PVC construction is durable and waterproof
  • Removable shoulder strap with dual haul handles on each end
  • Top cinch straps help secure load while traveling or paddling
  • Item #NRS008S

35L (2135cu in), 70L (4271cu in), 105L (6407cu in)
Shoulder Strap
1 main compartment
2 top straps
Claimed Weight
[35L] 3lb, [70L] 4lb 4oz, [105L] 5lb 3oz
Recommended Use
Manufacturer Warranty

Tech Specs

California Proposition 65


This product can expose you to chemicals including Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP), which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

70L shock and awe

This thing is huge. Fits all my gear for several day trips whether abroad or on the river. Drug this thing all over China and it never let me down. Kept everything dry and tight (when strapped down). I can’t wait to try out the waterproof zipper this summer on the river.

>Rating: 5

Super easy zip!

I've put it through the wringer

So happy that NRS is making duffels now with easy zipper access. The zipper is bomber - super durable and easy to open, close and seal (the last inch locks in the dryness really well and prevents accidental opens). Being able to dig in my drybag from the top is important to me on longer multi-day rafting trips. As always, the fabric of the drybag is super tough. Mine has already flown multiple times, been on countless river trips, and even ridden on my roof.

>Rating: 5

keeps my gear 100% dry

I've put it through the wringer

I live in my truck, traveling from river to river. My truck topper is not the best truck topper in the world (aka it is 100% NOT waterproof in rainstorms). I keep my bedding and clothes in NRS driduffels during rainstorms in the back of my truck. They always stay dry and are easily accessible when I need them. I have also used the DriDuffel as my duffel bag while traveling internationally and it worked perfectly. The 70L bag fits just about 50lbs of gear (which is the weight limit for most airlines), and is durable enough to withstand the airline and security throwing it around.


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