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Sea To Summit Lightweight Dry Sack

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    • Pacific, 2L
      $13.95
    • Pacific, 8L
      $17.95
    • Pacific, 13L
      $19.95
    • Pacific, 20L
      $23.95
    • Pacific, 35L
      $26.95
    • Red, 2L
      $13.95
    • Red, 4L
      $15.95
    • Red, 8L
      $17.95
    • Red, 20L
      $23.95
    • Red, 35L
      $26.95
    • Green, 1L
      $12.95
    • Green, 2L
      $13.95
    • Green, 8L
      $17.95
    • Green, 13L
      $19.95
    • Green, 20L
      $23.95
    • Green, 35L
      $26.95
    • Black, 2L
      $13.95
    • Black, 4L
      $15.95
    • Black, 8L
      $17.95
    • Black, 13L
      $19.95
    • Black, 20L
      $23.95
    • Black, 35L
      $26.95
    • Yellow, 1L
      $12.95
    • Yellow, 8L
      $17.95
    • Yellow, 13L
      $19.95
    • Yellow, 20L
      $23.95
    4.5552

    52 Reviews

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    Keep dry and keep moving.

    The Sea to Summit Lightweight Dry Bag is the light, packable alternative to bulky plastic bags.
    • Item #STS0125

    Tech Specs

    Material
    nylon (70D)
    Volume
    1 L, 2 L, 4 L, 8 L, 13 L, 20 L, 35 L
    Dimensions
    [ 1 L] 4.3 x 9.4 in, [ 2 L] 5.1 x 11.4 in, [ 4 L] 5.9 x 13 in, [ 8 L] 6.7 x 18 in, [ 13 L] 8.6 x 21 in, [ 20 L] 10 x 24 in, [ 35 L] 12 x 27 in
    Closure
    Hypalon waterproof roll-top
    Waterproof
    yes, fully taped seams
    Backpack Straps
    no
    Claimed Weight
    [1 L] 1.3 oz, [2 L] 1.6 oz, [4 L] 2 oz, [8 L] 2.8 oz, [13 L] 3.3 oz, [20 L] 4.7 oz, [35 L] 5.8 oz
    Recommended Use
    keeping your stuff dry
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Lightweight and packs down to nothing when not in use. This dry bag comes in plenty of sizes for any occasion and does a fantastic job of keeping your gear dry, ensuring clean and dry gear for a comfy night of sleeping or next day of adventuring. I love the extra insurance of having a place to stash electronics (phone, cameras, etc) if you get caught in an alpine rainstorm or find yourself at a deeper than planned stream crossing.

    Perfect for travel

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I got the 4L version of this bag for my smaller electronics and things like that that I brought on my trip to Costa Rica so they would not get any humidity damage while I was down there. Things like phone, charger, camera etc. It is a great little bag that fits most of what you need in a small package.

    Very useful

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I've used a few times on my trips to the beach keeps all my stuff away from the water and sand, then its perfect to take all my wet stuff back home

    Good bag

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I use these in conjunction with larger catches on my bike for bikepacking. They have kept my items dry and clean, and have held up well to the straps that secure them to the cages.

    bone dry

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Used this for food storage on all of my river trips this year. It is very durable and water proof. When we would go to bed for the night, it was very easy to tie on a string and haul it up into a tree, out of reach of the critters.

    Lightweight means very thin, easily torn

      I purchased this dry sack hoping for a variety of uses; primarily for work, but also for backpacking. Hence why I went lightweight. Lightweight definitely means "light". The fabric is so thin, a hole was punctured through the top of the bag on its first day of use. I'm not too concerned about it because it gets rolled in closing the bag, however in using it for work it could easily get punctured again, which will eventually rip further. I needed it primarily for work (I work in and around water, on boats and in rainy/stormy conditions) to keep my rain gear (pants and jacket) dry and clean when not wearing it, as well as other misc items to keep safe from rain or splashing water (e.g. cell phone). I didn't want the bag large as there is limited room on the boat with all the equipment and a crew and their personal gear, so I purchased the 8L. Not sure why they don't have a 10L option, I was thinking 13 L would be too large for my liking, but I wish I would have gone with the 13L. 8L is small depending on what you want to use it for. I can fit my rain pants and jacket, cell phone, roll of TP, and small Bluetooth speaker and I can barely get the thing to roll twice. It would be nice to have room for sunscreen, bug spray, and maybe a few small 1st aid items.

      keep your sh*t dry

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      These dry bags are awesome. They are lightweight yet (still feel pretty durable), and keep their contents dry. They come in many sizes so they are super versatile. I use the 13L as a food bag for 3-5 day backpacking trips and the 8L for my 30 degree down sleeping bag. These bags are a great way to waterproof your backpacking setup, and could be also be used as stuffsacks inside a larger drybag on river trips, although they don't seem like they are durable enough to be used on their own on river trips.

      1L - First Aid Kit ; 13L - Misc Hiking

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I use the 1L size to make my own first aid kit, and the 13L to store my food or clothes while backpacking. It likely wouldn't keep everything bone dry in the event of submersion, but that isn't what I plan to do with these, nor is that what the product is intended for so I'm fine with that.

      1L is small, after compressing the air out and rolling it closed, it's slightly smaller than a Nalgene bottle. This means it's small enough that I never won't bring it with me, which is exactly what I was looking for. I'm not a guide, so my kit only has necessities for a few days: headlamp, irrigation syringe, bandages, gauze, alcohol pads, antibiotic ointment, naproxene, antihistamine, loperamide, aspirin, tweezers and a multi-tool fit just fine.

      The 13L will hold 5 days of food, barely (for me). I'm a double serving freeze dried dinner eater, have a freeze dried breakfast, and usually snack for lunch. If you eat less, or are creative with how you package, you may be able to do a 9L bag for 5 days, but I can barely squeeze it all in the 13.

      I got the first aid 1L in red so I always know it's my emergency kit. Maybe not the best color to pick if you or your partner are color blind.

      2L green

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Like the bright color! Bought the 2L as a little map, phone, and book holder for when Im kayaking or hiking in rainy conditions. Perfect size for just that. Great value buy as well! Really good quality.

      Gigantic Size - Dot it all bag

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      The 20L Size is just gigantic! You can fit a whole travel clothing and have some room to spare. I use this to pack all my wet/dirty triathlon clothes and keep them separate from any clean clothes left when I got for competitions. It keeps everything separated cleanly, including smells which is great.

      A Must Have!

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      This is one of my go to food bags for backpacking or whitewater trips. I can typically carry up to 5-6 days of food quite easily in this sack. Sea to Summit is making some of the highest quality dry sacks on the market today. Mine has not seen too many miles but I have spoken with thru hikers that have had this dry sack last all 2200 miles of the AT. Could also be used for a lightweight cold weather sleeping bag or topquilt.

      Super Versatile

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Everyone should own several dry sacks. They come in handy all the time - obvious for taking a hiking or rafting trip to keep important stuff dry, but also for regular travel to throw in your luggage to keep things like your toiletries kit from messing up the rest of your clothes or put store dirty clothes in and then squish them down to take up less space. When I work out during work travel on a day I head home, I throw all my sweaty gear in to keep the rest of my bag clean, and just throw the entire thing in the washer when I get home.

      In my experience I have yet to have one of these bags leak, but if the bag is going to be submerged in water for an extended amount of time, you might look at a dry bag made of PVC like an NRS Tuff Sack

      Looking for a bag to slide onto an outdoor punching bag to protect from So. California Sun also rain proof would be nice.

      I need something to cover 42.5 inch long punching bag .

      I am looking for a bag to store my laptop...

      I am looking for a bag to store my laptop in while in the extremely humid rain forest this summer. I won't be bringing it out into the forest much, I just need a bag that I can keep my laptop in that will keep it dry from the moisture while I am not using it. Is this my best option?

      Have you measured the dimensions of your laptop? I would be concerned about it even fitting into one of these dry sacks, unless it's a netbook. The maximum width on the largest of these is 12", so I believe your best bet would be finding something along the lines of a weatherproof bike carrier bag or something like that. The moisture will be a problem, certainly, and more so if you have it close to your body for extended periods of time, so be careful about that as well. However, unless you have a VERY small laptop (such as the aforementioned netbook option), I would dissuade you from even bothering to purchase this.

      Hope this helps, though perhaps someone may follow behind me and posit alternative reasons for purchase that I may not have thought of.