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NRS 65L Bill's Bag Dry Bags

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  • $ 129.95 MSRP

NRS 65L Bill's Bag Dry Bags Description

Since 1977, outfitters, guides and weekend warriors have relied on Bill's Bags to keep their overnight gear dry trip after trip, year after year. This midsize dry bag can compact enough to fit in overhead compartments of most airlines and is the perfect size for weekend and overnight trips. Constructed with heavy-duty 21 oz PVC/polyester body with a reinforced bottom of 34 oz PVC, the Bill's Bags will outlast a generation worth of adventures. Expandable for over 3900 cubic inches of storage capacity but can be cinched down with four compression straps to compact and stabilize gear. The adjustable backpack harness with padded shoulder straps makes carrying your gear around rapids or into a secluded camp easy and comfortable.

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NRS 65L Bill's Bag Dry Bags Specifications

  • Material Description:

    21 oz. PVC/polyester body, 34 oz. PVC/polyester bottom

Additional Attributes

  • Aluminum fasteners on the compression straps increase durability and eliminate busted buckles
  • StormStrip™ closure system provides a confident seal and allows for easy top loading access

Recommended Usage

  • Sport/Activity: Kayaking, Canoeing, Stand Up Paddling, Kayak Fishing

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I purchased the NRS 65L...

I purchased the NRS 65L Bill's Bag for canoe/kayak trips in northern Minnesota. I already owned a few dry bags but wanted something with straps like a backpack in case I ever had to portage. The 65L NRS Bill's bag not only has the needed straps but is very durable and has plenty of space for my gear as well as, of course, being waterproof. One thing to keep in mind is that this is not a backpack for long hikes as I believe the straps would become uncomfortable but for transporting from lake to camp or portaging it is perfect. Although this has nothing to do with the products performance, I also like that my name (Bill) is already on the bag. I would highly recommend the NRS 65L Bill's Bag to anyone looking for a quality dry pack for any water based type of trip.

NRS 65L Bill's Bag Dry Bags

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