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Watershed Ocoee 10L Dry Bag

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Ocoee 10L Dry Bag

Unlike most duffel style dry bags, the Watershed Ocoee Dry Bag has enough room for extra clothing, lunch, and a first aid kit, and it will actually keep all your gear dry. We know, it's amazing that this product actually does what it promises, but in a world filled with failed dry bags, it's amazing that this one lives up to its name. Made from high-denier nylon with a polyurethane coating, this bag keeps whatever you have stored safe and secure during the entire trip, with Watershed's proprietary ZipDry seal and rolltop closure that keep your belongings dry. (To keep the ZipDry seal from drying out, Watershed suggests you lubricate the seal with the included 303 Protectant wipe or Armor All on an occasional basis.) Several hard lash points and multiple compression straps help you store this small bag below the deck of a kayak or under a boat seat.  

  • Duffel-style dry bag designed for keeping gear dry on paddling trips
  • PU-coated, high-denier nylon ensures long-lasting water protection
  • Waterproof ZipDry seal with roll-top for additional water sealing
  • Several lash points and multiple compression straps secure to rafts and kayaks
  • Item #WTSF019

840D nylon, polyurethane coating
10L (900cu in)
9 x 16 x 8in
Claimed Weight
1lb 7oz
Recommended Use
flatwater paddling, river paddling
Manufacturer Warranty
90 days

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>Rating: 4

Camera Bag for Water Sports

I've used it several times
True to size

I asked the Grand Canyon Rafters group for a recommendation for a waterproof camera bag for an upcoming Colorado River trip. This bag was the almost unanimous choice. Once I got the hang of it the waterproof ziplock style closure is easy to open and close. I added the padded insert for the bag which is available from Watershed, Backcountry does not appear to carry it. With the insert I have a padded waterproof bag that is relatively easy to access yet easily waterproof to protect my camera gear. On flatwater sections I zipper the bag but don't roll it down so gear is safe but very easily accessible. On bigger water it gets zipped, rolled and secured to the raft with a couple of biners onto the secure attachment points on the bag. The only negative is that the opening is a bit stiff and small. While I am happy with the bag there are times I wish I had gone one bag larger.