Proven on rivers, lakes, and oceans around the world, Baja Dry Bags by SealLine are versatile and durable. Made with 19 oz. vinyl sides and a heavy-duty 30 oz bottom, they can withstand just about any abuse Mother Nature, or your crew, can dish out. Baja Bags close with SealLine's Dry Seal roll-down closure and have an attached D-ring for securing inside a raft or on top of a luggag rack. Please note that all colors and sizes of the Baja Dry Bags are sold separately and individually. Sorry for yelling about it.
FEATURES of the SealLine Baja Dry Bags
The ever-popular Baja Bag offers proven protection for everything from river running to motorcycle touring
It's a great size for a couple of phones and wallets. We use it when we go out kayaking, I would hate to flip and lose my phone. Once I figured out how it was supposed to close it works great, just make sure you're doing it right before you risk anything inside.
The large 55L bag fitted inside my 65L Gregory Baltoro pack although some space was wasted at the top of the backpack where the baja bag was rolled down and clipped for waterproofing. I would probably go for a smaller bag in this back pack for next hike. I felt confident that my gear was going to be dry the first time I used this bag. Good piece of kit.
I am impressed with the seal line baja dry bag; bought the largest size to fit all my canoeing gear but I will definitely buy some of the smaller sizes as well to fit my other outdoor activities. The bag is very durable; I have mistreated it and still no sign of wear and tear. And I hve dropped it in water or at least exposed it to water many a times, no leakage. I warmly recommend it, especially for canoeing.
Okay so we all know that these bags rarely go on sale. So i bit the bullet and purchased a 40l. This material is tuff. Maybe too tuff, depending on your uses. I bought this for a friends replacement bag (i ripped a hole in his). Great bag, obviously waterproof. I recommend.
"Super durable, super dry & super light. BUY THIS BAG"
This bag is made of high quality material and is durable, lightweight and performs as expected. SealLine makes a dependable product that I would bring into the woods and on the lake any day of the week and any time of the year. You can be confident purchasing this bag when you need a tough, dependable dry bag.
These are the toughest dry bags that I know of. Thick, durable rubber all over ensures a complete seal from water, rocks and other snags. I use my 4 bajas particularly in the BWCA, where when something gets wet, kiss it goodbye. The D rings make them easy to hang from bears, and just as easy to attach to the canoe to prevent a loss. The toughness of them also poses a problem when I try to bring them on a pack trip, as they aren't as flexible and compact as nylon drybags. But still, nothing compares on the water.
this is a simple easy to use dry bag with solid durable construction (unlike some other versions of sealine dry bags that seem to use more flimsy material). the plastic guides to fold the bag over work well and the buckle is nice and big, also has a d-ring to attatch things to. Used this on the boundary waters and it kept my stuff dry. I also have the version with shoulder straps which i think is more useful for canoeing.