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Sea to Summit "Dry Mesh Duffle"

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Sea To Summit Dry Mesh Duffle

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Sea to Summit
Dry Mesh Duffle
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The "Dry Mesh duffle" is the ideal bag to transport your gear to and from your camp site or wet clothes after kayak fishing. The mesh outer gives greater versatility allowing you to separate your wet and dry gear. The Dry Mesh Duffle has been made tough with a 420D seam-sealed base made of PVC-free EPO fabric, 50mm webbing straps and a 10mm YKK zipper. The internal integrated dry bag is built using our 70D PU coated nylon: toughness without undue weight making it perfect for car, 4WD or even plane travel.


  • Waterproof, double stitched, taped seams
  • Hypalon® waterproof roll closure, does not wick moisture
  • 70 D PU coated nylon in the dry compartment
  • Heavy duty zipper with easy-to-use tab
  • 2 compartments can be used as dry/wet areas
  • Strong mesh top
  • Heavy-duty PVC-free base


  • Medium 4,500 cu in, Orange
  • Large 6,100 cu in, Blue


My Sea To Summit Dry Mesh Duffle

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Sea to Summit Solution Gear Dry Mesh Duffle

Last fall I received the Sea to Summit Solution Gear Dry Mesh Duffle. Since that time I have put a lot of miles on it by going to 2 Boondoggles, 2 trips to Florida by plane, and several other weekend camping trips. This is a great bag for kayak, ATV, boat, or car camping. You get a solid waterproof duffle combined with an area to store your wet gear all in an easy to access layout.

Both sizes (4500 & 6100 cubic inches) are built on a solid base of 420D PVC free EPO fabric that has integrated 70D coated nylon dry bag. The top of the dry bag fully opens for easy access and rolls up tight to keep the water out. All the seams are taped to ensure they remain waterproof. On top of that there is a rubberized mesh top that allows you to store your wet gear separate from your dry gear. The handles are large and sturdy and make carrying a lot of gear easy on your hands. The construction of the bag is solid and it shows very little wear after a lot of hard use, has stood up to the airlines baggage handlers, and I fully expect it to last for years to come.

I have the larger 6100 cubic inch bag and it can easily hold 4 days’ worth of clothes and personal gear for fishing in the dry area and then hold my tent, sleeping pad, and other camping gear all in one easy to carry and load bag. The bag fits well in the tank well of my Cuda or the front seat area of my Big Tuna when I am using it solo. And since it is a dry bag you don’t have to worry about your gear getting splashed or rained on. It also fits perfectly on an ATV rack. If you’re in the market for bag to hold your camping gear and don’t need a back pack or want the hassle of accessing your gear in one, I highly recommend you check out Sea to Summit’s Solution Gear Dry Mesh Duffle Bag.

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