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Sea to Summit Big River Dry Bag

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Brand:
Sea to Summit
Model:
Big River
MSRP ($):
25.00

Big River Dry Bag 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.

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The dry bag for my valuables

I use the 5L model for my valuables (car keys, wallet, cell phone, camera. So far so good, everything has stayed dry. I tether it to my yak with a Nite Ize S-biner & bungee toggle ball (available in the tarp section at most home improvement centers. The material is heavy duty so resists hooks and other sharp objects. 5L seems to be a nice size for my purposes. Great bag.

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
Used:
30+ times

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Pros:
Durable, price
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