Baja Dry Bag

by  SealLine

Baja Dry Bag Description

Proven on both water and land-based adventures around the world, Baja Bags provide versatile and durable protection. Made with 19 oz. vinyl sides and a heavy-duty 30 oz. bottom, they can withstand just about any abuse Mother Nature, or your crew, can dish out. Baja Bags close with the Dry Seal™ roll-top Closure and have an attached D-ring for securing inside a raft or on top of a luggage rack.

Baja Dry Bag Specs and Features

  • Material Description: 19-oz. scrim-reinforced vinyl body, 30-oz. scrim-reinforced vinyl bottom

Additional Attributes

  • Proven Design: All-purpose, reliable protection for your gear.
  • Built Tough: 19 oz. scrim-reinforced vinyl side with heavy duty 30 oz. scrim-reinforced vinyl bottom
  • Reliable Protection: Dry Seal™ roll-top Closure ensures the best watertight seal possible.
  • Price range: $19.95-$39.95
  • Size Range: 5L - 55L

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Baja Dry Bag Reviews

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If you are looking for the…

Submitted by: jweier111 on 7/30/2020
If you are looking for the older Sealline See model they are no longer branded by that name. In 2020 they are currently made as the Baja View. I got my first SealLine bags in 1997 before a trip to Philmont. 23 years later I'm still using the same bags. Yes the black rubber area at the fold seam tends to crack a little over time. Contrary to what some reviewers think, this does not affect performance (keeping things dry) in the least. Over the years I've purchased other drybags and still keep coming back to the SealLine bags. Though I've lost a few of them, I've never had one fail (knock on wood) or puncture. I have several of the newer Baja View bags and can confirm that they are every bit as good as the older See version.

Dry bag made of thick plastic…

Submitted by: ckyria on 5/12/2020
Dry bag made of thick plastic rubbery material, likely older model. 10 liters in size. It and two others have served me well for over a decade. They are well made, reliable, and easy to use. Make sure you roll it or fold it over at least 2-3 times before securing. I had one fail because I left it in the sun and it heated up and expanded and slightly ruptured at a seam. Seal Line replaced it under warranty. Excellent customer service. Only wish it was lighter but this model is very durable.