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70L Waterproof Dry Bag Water Resistant

70L Waterproof Dry Bag Water Resistant Hot

 
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When I set out to find something to keep my sleeping bag and change of clothes dry I turned to dry bags. I wanted to test them out first and see how they work and if they actually work. Instead of spending a bunch on a bag to see I opted for the cheapest route on ebay on their largest bag available. I ended up with a 70 liter Blue Field dry bag. 

I must say... for 6.50 I am truely impressed that the think is actually waterproof!! We ended up tipping our canoe and this floated down the river a ways and all my gear was dry. Best 6.50 I have spent on waterproofing. These come in various sizes from 5L all the way up to 70L. They also come in a variety of colors. 

The only complaint I have about these are they are really thin. I am always checking for rips or afraid i am going to rip it. Other than that two thumbs up here!

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(Updated: October 20, 2016)
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Cheap...better then nothing

These bags are all over eBay. I purchased a few in various sizes and found out they are water resistant to a degree BUT definitely allow your things to get wet after a while. IF you can't afford the higher end waterproof bags then these are not a bad thing to get for the price. Just don't keep anything too valuable in them or place items in a plastic bag before putting them in these to keep what you want dry.

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Large Lakes
Used:
30+ times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Very cheap
Cons:
Not waterproof
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(Updated: December 20, 2015)
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70L Waterproof Dry Bag Water Resistant

When I set out to find something to keep my sleeping bag and change of clothes dry I turned to dry bags. I wanted to test them out first and see how they work and if they actually work. Instead of spending a bunch on a bag to see I opted for the cheapest route on ebay on their largest bag available. I ended up with a 70 liter Blue Field dry bag.

I must say... for 6.50 I am truely impressed that the think is actually waterproof!! We ended up tipping our canoe and this floated down the river a ways and all my gear was dry. Best 6.50 I have spent on waterproofing. These come in various sizes from 5L all the way up to 70L. They also come in a variety of colors.

The only complaint I have about these are they are really thin. I am always checking for rips or afraid i am going to rip it. Other than that two thumbs up here!

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Small Ponds
Used:
2-6 times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Waterproof, Cheap, Vibrant colors, Many sizes
Cons:
Thin
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