Outdoor Graphic Dry Sack - Previous Season

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SKU: ORSGDS

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Outdoor Graphic Dry Sack
The Outdoor Graphic Dry Sack is a multifunctional sack that is a must carry on your next outdoors trip. You can store socks, a sleeping bag, or a down jacket in these durable dry sacks. It is made up of 70D Nylon with Waterproof Coating and Fully Taped Seams that ensure your gear will be safe and dry as you travel. Its Unique construction allows hassle-free gear organization while a waterproof roll-top closure ensures exceptional weather protection even during extremely harsh conditions, and river crossings. With a lightweight design, it is very easy to lift, carry, and stow. Carry your essentials during wet outdoor adventures inside the Outdoor Graphic Dry Sack and keep them safe and dry.

Outdoor Graphic Dry Sack - Previous Season Features

  • Waterproof Roll-Top Closure
  • Lightweight TPU-Coated Webbing
  • Waterproof
  • Durable Buckle Closure
  • Durable
  • D Ring
  • Fully Seam Taped

Outdoor Graphic Dry Sack - Previous Season Specifications

Graphic designs
Yes
Waterproof
Yes
Available in the Following Colors:
Black, Chess, Fallen, Glacier, Leaf
Available in the Following Sizes:
5L
Material
70D nylon with waterproof coating
Mfr #
SKU
ORSGDS
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Shopper  can this item be emmersed in water and not leak??
TAMMY M  This can be completely immersed in water with no fear of insides getting wet....as long as you roll over the top 3 or 4 times (sometimes I have been known to overpack it and only roll it once or twice and disaster occurs. I have been using this for ultramarathons (in which bags can get very wet very quickly in a storm or the storage area's can flood) and I have had no issues and highly recommend the bag!
Shopper  can this item be emmersed in water and not leak??
TAMMY M  This can be completely immersed in water with no fear of insides getting wet....as long as you roll over the top 3 or 4 times (sometimes I have been known to overpack it and only roll it once or twice and disaster occurs. I have been using this for ultramarathons (in which bags can get very wet very quickly in a storm or the storage area's can flood) and I have had no issues and highly recommend the bag!
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