Aquapac Kaituna Map Case

AquaPac : Picture 1 thumbnail AquaPac : Picture 2 thumbnail AquaPac : Picture 3 thumbnail AquaPac : Picture 4 thumbnail

Your Price:


Product Highlights:

  • Roll-down seal
  • Attachment strips
  • 100% PVC-Free material
  • Weight: 70 g.
  • Ultra-clear

About Aquapac Kaituna Map Case

Aquapac Kaituna Map Case
Get your bearings with this Aquapac Kaituna Map Case. This very useful case allows you to take your map with you on all your adventures such as hiking, climbing, and all types of water sports. This case gives you a worry free feeling because it will keep your maps safe, dry and always at hand. Its ultra-clear design lets you see the map inside even in low light conditions. It features a roll down seal that is great at keeping water and mud out in order to keep the map in optimum conditions. This case comes with attachment strips so that you can connect it to a lanyard and wear it around your neck. It is made of a 100% PVC-free material that makes it very durable and tear-resistant. It weighs only 70 g., making it very light and portable so you can take it just about anywhere. Enjoy great outdoors with this Aquapac Kaituna Map Case.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 60 months.
(516) 628-8486

Aquapac Kaituna Map Case Features

  • The roll-down seal will keep out any rain or mud, or spray on a kayak
  • Lightweight; under 70g (2.5oz)
  • The attachment strips mean you can use a neckcord, bungee, carabiner or webbing strap and attach this case to just about anything
  • Ultra-clear - read your map easily in poor light conditions
  • 100% PVC-Free - Stays supple and crack-free even when it's really cold
  • Dimensions:: 300mm x 300mm (11.8in x 11.8in)

Aquapac Kaituna Map Case Specifications

Overall Width
Overall Height
Case Weight
2.3 Oz
Lanyard Weight
0.3 Oz
Ultra-Clear Tpu Construction
Roll Down Seal
100% Pvc-Free
Weight [with packaging]
0.25 lb
Mfr #

Questions & Answers Powered by TurnTo®

Questions about this item:

Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
JEFF W  I tried the "zip lock" bag type cases, but the "zips" wear out and open when bent in cold weather.
Share this item: