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Best Dry Bags of 2020

Best Dry Bags of 2020

There is nothing worse than wet gear, so check out these great dry bags ranging from 5L to 110L.

65L Bill's Bag Dry Bags

by: NRS

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.

65L Bill's Bag Dry Bags Features

  • 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

NRS 65L Bill's Bag Dry Bags Reviews

Submersible Fanny Pack - The Belt Case

by: Aquapac International

This is the ideal travel wallet; discreet, waterproof and secure. Stow your passport, money and cards and go anywhere with them on you – even underwater. This case comes with an adjustable belt and like most of Aquapac's cases it’ll float if you drop it in the drink. Also features the Aquaclip® (a patented, ultra-secure, rustproof, injection-molded plastic seal) opens and closes with a simple twist of two levers, and everything stays in one piece even when open.

Submersible Fanny Pack Features

  • Case: 2.1oz / 60g
  • Belt: 2.1oz / 59gm
  • Lanyard: 0.2oz / 7g
  • Circumference: 10.5"
  • Length: 7.2"

Submersible Fanny Pack - The Belt Case Reviews

Hydraulic Dry Pack

by: Sea to Summit

The removable harness on our super tough burly Hydraulic Dry Pack makes portaging a whole lot easier - whether on the river, in the airport or anywhere else where carrying large amounts of gear is a chore. The Hydraulic™ harness is an open construction of EVA foam and air mesh, allowing plenty of air flow and rapid drying without sacrificing comfort. The harness attaches to compatible Hydraulic™ Dry Bags (35L - 120L) with a series of buckles as tough as the bags themselves.

Hydraulic Dry Pack Features

  • Available in 35L, 65L, 90L, 120L

Hydraulic Dry Pack Reviews

Stopper Dry Bag

by: Sea to Summit

These fully welded dry bags are made with 210D nylon fabric with TPU lamination on the outer face for durability, water shedding, and abrasion resistance. The clean profile and oval base resists rolling and allows for easy packing. The high strength fabric is UV resistant and won't crack in extreme cold.

Stopper Dry Bag Features

  • Material: 210D nylon fabric with TPU lamination

Stopper Dry Bag Reviews

Kayak Dry Bag (18L)

by: Gearlab

This Dry Bag is ideal for all kayaking trips because it is shaped to fit in kayak hatches, and is equally useful to keep gear dry during any water or land activities. The bag features an easy roll-top closure and a lower shell constructed of a durable TPU material. The Dry Bag also is available in 14- and 18-liter sizes.

Kayak Dry Bag (18L) Features

  • Flexible design
  • Easy to grab, easy to carry
  • Quick roll-top closure

Kayak Dry Bag (18L) Reviews

20L StashPak Rolltop Dry Bag

by: Advanced Elements

Providing durable water resistant protection for your gear, the StashPak™ roll-tops are built to survive harsh conditions. Both bags provide detachable straps for easy portability, 4 d-rings for securing anywhere, and a detachable pouch for small essentials. The StashPak™ roll-tops come in two sizes, 20 Liter (AE3507) and 40 Liter (AE3508) and pack into the detachable pouch for compact storage when not in use.

20L StashPak Rolltop Dry Bag Features

  • Detachable small items pouch
  • Removable shoulder straps
  • D-rings for securing anywhere
  • Roll-top bag packs into small items pouch for compact storage when not in use

20L StashPak Rolltop Dry Bag Reviews

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