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Super strong and abrasion resistant, this non-PVC mid-weight dry bag has space saving low profile Hypalon lash loops on the sides for secure stacking and a roll-resistant oval shape. A great choice for rugged water sports like kayaking, canoeing and rafting. Suitable to keep contents dry in any wet situation where the bag is not submerged.
FEATURES of the Sea to Summit Big River Dry Sack
Super strong and abrasion resistant 420D nylon fabric
"Great bag, definitely worth the extra weight."
I have two of these bags that I use for food/bear bags. I've used them for two seasons of trail work and they've done everything I've asked them to so far. I've DEFINITELY overloaded them, hung other bags on them, and exposed them to some nasty elements - no rips, tears, or holes yet! They're a little on the heavier side for backpacking, but for me the extra attachment points on the side and the increased durability is well worth it. I'd buy these again in a heartbeat if they ever fail.
Purchased a few of these for hanging our food and other scented items on bear poles while in the back country. Works great, each backpacker has their own which makes organization a snap. They are not the lightest bag out there but durable and keeps my food and stove safe and dry!! 20 liter is a great size for about 4 days in the woods. Orange is ok color.
Purchased a few of these for hanging our food and other scented items on bear poles while in the back country. Works great, each backpacker has their own which makes organization a snap. They are not the lightest bag out there but durable and keeps my food and stove safe and dry!!
I had purchased and used one of these about a year ago. The quality seemed below par compared to the other S2S gear I have used before. I overstuffed one of them and ended up splitting a seam. I sent it to S2S and they did replace it for free, but I still opt to use my other dry-sacks.