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Sea to Summit Lightweight Dry Sack

Sea to Summit Lightweight Dry Sack

Description

The Sea to Summit Lightweight Dry Sack is a lightweight, do-it-all dry storage and organizing option for backpacking, hiking, camping, sea kayaking, ski touring, cycling and travel. Manufactured from lightweight PU-coated 70D nylon, with a 10,000mm waterhead (the higher the waterhead rating, the more waterproof the fabric), its waterproof seams are tape sealed. The secure hypalon roll-top closure features a D-ring for easy attachment.

The Sea to Summit Lightweight Dry Sack’s cylindrical shape has an ideal height-to-width ratio for easy packing. A patent-pending field repair buckle can be replaced in seconds with a Phillips screwdriver. Dry bag is available in seven sizes: 1 liter, 2 liter, 4 liter, 8 liter, 13 liter, 20 liter, and 35 liter, to carry everything from small essentials to group gear. Sea to Summit products are guaranteed against defects in materials or workmanship for the lifetime of the product.

Lightweight 1-liter roll-top dry sack is a do-it-all dry storage and organizing option for backpacking, hiking, camping, sea kayaking, ski touring, cycling and travel

Manufactured from lightweight PU-coated 70D nylon; 10,000mm waterhead (the higher the waterhead rating, the more waterproof the fabric)

Waterproof seams are tape sealed; secure hypalon roll-top closure with D-ring for easy attachment

Cylindrical base has ideal height-to-width ratio for easy packing ; patent-pending field repair buckle can be replaced in seconds

1-liter dry bag is ideal for carrying snacks, trip essentials, wallet, and keys; open dimensions: 4.3 x 9.4 inches, weight: 1.3 ounces, volume: 1 liter (with closure rolled three times)

Will the 35L fit two 9×10in sleeping bags and a 7x4in sleeping pad? The only way to know is to try it. For 2 SBs plus, I'm thinking you'll need more than one bag. garbage bags work pretty well for sleeping bags as long as you're not submerging them. Also, Some bags and pads compress more than others. Maybe check with a marine supply or kayak/canoe store. WestMarine used to carry these.

how many bags are included in the $14.95 price? It is only one bag!!! I received the red 4l bag. The description is very misleading here!! For only one bag the price plus shipping is very expensive, though the quality is good.

I want to use this on the back of an atv. does this bag keep out dust? When closed properly it absolutely will keep out the fine dust that you speak of.

Will it fit a blowup paddle board? If you mean, "will it hold a deflated board?" I don't know for certain but I would doubt it. These bags are really good for gear and clothing. I'm pretty sure there are heavy-duty gear bags available. The S2S bags are reliably water-resistant but not waterproof. You could lash one or two to your deck and they'd probably keep stuff dry as long as you didn't submerge the bag. Hope this helps.

Things we like

  • A bottom that has been specially constructed to avoid rolling and breaking.
  • The product's small weight.
  • It's a low price.
  • Its high degree of adaptability.

Things we don't like

  • Used to seal seams rather than welding them, which is a drawback
Summary

Frequently Asked Questions

Will the 35L fit two 9×10in sleeping bags and a 7x4in sleeping pad?

The only way to know is to try it. For 2 SBs plus, I'm thinking you'll need more than one bag. garbage bags work pretty well for sleeping bags as long as you're not submerging them. Also, Some bags and pads compress more than others. Maybe check with a marine supply or kayak/canoe store. WestMarine used to carry these.

how many bags are included in the $14.95 price?

It is only one bag!!! I received the red 4l bag. The description is very misleading here!! For only one bag the price plus shipping is very expensive, though the quality is good.

I want to use this on the back of an atv. does this bag keep out dust?

When closed properly it absolutely will keep out the fine dust that you speak of.

Will it fit a blowup paddle board

If you mean, "will it hold a deflated board?" I don't know for certain but I would doubt it. These bags are really good for gear and clothing. I'm pretty sure there are heavy duty gear bags available. The S2S bags are reliably water resistant but not waterproof. You could lash one or two to your deck and they'd probably keep stuff dry as long as you didn't submerge the bag. Hope this helps