Are the dimensions listed the final rolled and closed sack?
I have an air pad that rolls up to 5"x22" would this fir into your 25L: 7 in. / 18 cm x 25 in. / 6?
ROBERT B I have the 25L Seal Line dry sack. If you roll the top over a couple of times like you would to seal it, and measure to the seam at the bottom of the sack, as if it were filled with something, I measure almost 26". You will not have an issue getting a 5 x 22" air pad to fit.
LISA P Well, I don't have the 25L bag, just the 2.5L and the 5L bags. But the dimensions listed seem to be the size of the bag once it's been folded over about three times which I find is enough to seal it pretty well. So I would guess that your pad will fit into the 25L bag.
GRAHAM P It will fit, it's just a question of how water proof it would be. For back packing you would be fine, if you're going to submerge the air pad it might be a different story. You only have three inches of play on the length. The quality of the water proofing out of these bags is a function of how tightly you can compress the contents and how many times you can roll the mouth of the bag in on itself. You need at least 3 folds for 'water proof.'
DEAN L it would fit into the bag, but it would not be able to be sealed watertight as your air pad is too long. the bag needs to be folded and rolled down 3-4 times to provide a waterproof seal, your pad is too long to allow this.
DALLAS L Unless something has changed since last year I think the listed dimensions are for the closed sack. I was able to put a similar sized air pad in my 20L Seal Line sack and almost get the top closed. The 25L should accommodate the 22" pad no problem.
DAVID W Sorry,
I only bought the 5L and 10L sizes.