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The new Sea to Summit Ultra-Sil Dry Sacks are made of Siliconized Cordura, which is one of the lightest and toughest waterproof nylon fabrics available. Now you don't have to choose between keeping your gear dry and keeping it light.
FEATURES of the Sea to Summit Ultra-Sil Dry Sacks
Ultra-Sil 30D siliconized high-tenacity Cordura nylon fabric for exceptional strength
Ultra-Sil fabric has a 2,000mm waterhead
Non-wicking Hypalon roll-top closure with stiffener at the top for a better seal
Fully seam sealed for water resistance
Translucent for easy visibility of contents
Slippery finish for easy packing
Round base in all sizes
Delrin side release buckle for a positive click on closure
Use: Backpacking, cycling touring, travel
SPECIFICATIONS of the Sea to Summit Ultra-Sil Dry Sacks
SPECIFICATIONS for 1 Liter
Volume: 1 liter
Weight: 0.7 oz / 20 g
SPECIFICATIONS for 2 Liter
Volume: 2 liter
Weight: 0.8 oz / 23 g
SPECIFICATIONS for 4 Liter
Volume: 4 liter
Weight: 0.9 oz / 26 g
SPECIFICATIONS for 8 Liter
Volume: 8 liter
Weight: 1.1 oz / 30 g
SPECIFICATIONS for 13 Liter
Volume: 13 liter
Weight: 1.4 oz / 40 g
SPECIFICATIONS for 20 Liter
Volume: 20 liter
Weight: 1.8 oz / 50 g
SPECIFICATIONS for 35 Liter
Volume: 35 liter
Weight: 2.3 oz / 65 g
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held a good seal while sailing except when i scraped up against a log, it tore relatively easily. Probably best for keeping stuff dry in your pack and not on its own. smaller one works great to keep my nasty shoes in to avoid my whole trunk stinking.
I've used a few of these in the past on an Appalachian Trail thru-hike, for keeping spare clothes dry, and for consolidating food and hanging it from trees so bears and hungry people who can't climb trees can't steal my food. They work quite nicely for keeping things together and for keeping things dry. I used the 13L ones. Just bought a 1L sack to store the phone, charger, earbuds, and wallet, since those things should be kept dry, and are useful for keeping together. I got the pink one, obviously, because chicks dig hunky outdoorsy guys, and chicks dig pink, so why not combine the two and profit. Anyways, they're worth it. Happy trails.
Works well I love the material its durable and the colors are birthright. I can fit a nice weeks worth of clothes and others things in then L bag seals well and has instructions for sealing the lip properly on inside of bag. Nice.
i have a 3 person tent, I always had a hard time getting it to compress down to fit really good in to my backpack. I got the 13L one and its just the fight size for a 3 person tent! make sure you push out all the air first before you roll it up! it really compress it down to the size or a mid size sleeping bag in its stuff sack. I love how no air get back in to it so it stays small in your bag and doesn't try it expand.
"Great for keeping things dry and organized."
The folding clip top worked great. It does tend to get filled with air because it is sealed so well, so be sure to press all the air out before closing it up. Also, the smallest size works great for a phone, video camera, etc.
Gotta keep stuff dry! Medical kit, toilet paper, clothes, etc. - The sacks work perfectly for the job. The larger sizes are also great for 1) backpack liners and 2) storage of a backpack on a kayaking trip. My buddy and I have done a few trips now where we stow our backpacking pack (emptied out) in the 20L sack and strap it to the top of the kayak. Kayak downstream then hike back to the car!