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  • Nylon coated with thermoplastic urethane stands up to rough treatment and offers you a PVC-free alternative to traditional dry packs
  • Removable padded harness, sternum strap and hipbelt load the pack on your shoulders like a backpack ; cinch straps reduce volume and reinforce closure
  • All seams and attachments are radio frequency-welded to create a waterproof seal that is stronger than the fabric alone
  • Dry Seal™ roll-down closure keeps the moisture out with its continuous, double-sealing strips
  • Oval shape is often easier to stow than the traditional round shape
  • Features corrosion-proof, impact-resistant thermoplastic buckles and clips, nylon and polypropylene webbing straps and nylon D-rings
  • Not intended for prolonged submersion

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Best Use Paddling
Gear Capacity (L) 70 liter
Shoulder Straps Yes
Waterproof Yes
Dry Bag Shape Cylindrical
Material(s) Thermoplastic urethane-coated nylon
Dimensions 25 x 17.5 x 9 inches
Weight 30 ounces
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for big river trips Took this on a week long paddling trip on the Buffalo River. It has a great capacity for long trips, and was completely water proof (though admittedly, I did not test this beyond the usual spray that got into the canoe). The one thing that wasn't ideal about this bag if portaging a long distance, is the straps are not very comfortable compared to the large capacity of the bag. I wouldn't want to really hike any distance with it. The buckles are also a mixed feature: they enable you to reduce the size of the bag and close it in different configurations, which is nice, but it took me a little while to work out what snapped to what.
Date published: 2013-10-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bomb Diggity Yo! This is my 3rd one of these bags. I've been using these bags for 16 years and the original one is still going strong!! Packing it properly is key to waterproof-ness. I've taken these to Canada fishing, the BWCA, on whitewater and multi-day river trips and would recommend this bag to anyone. Way better than Duluth Packs unless you want to drop $250+. Not recommended for backpacking but plenty comfortable for even the longest portages. I've had up to 50 lbs packed in this bag with no trouble. Definitely a solid investment!
Date published: 2010-05-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Keeps gear dry, but hard on shoulders I purchaced this bag to use for a trip to the Boundary Water Canoe Area later this year. I have several other SealLine products and have been happy with their performance. But I needed a big bag for the portages. While the 70L bag was probably big enough, fully loaded, it was too heavy to haul over lengthy portages without a more substantial hip belt. The belt included was only 1 inch webbing with no padding. While this might keep the bag from bouncing around, it leaves all the weight on the shoulders. SealLines larger bag had the same small waist belt. These bags would be good for other wet activities that don't require a lot of carrying (sailing, boating, etc.) I opted for a larger bag from another manufacturer, with a hip belt as good as my backpack.
Date published: 2012-07-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Durable bag with good amount of space. I've only used this once on a 4 day canoe trip but it met my expectations and then some. Found the material to be durable and tie down straps to be great at keeping the contents condensed. We flipped once and it was the only thing that wasn't tied down and surprisingly it floated long enough for me to run down river and grab it (100 ft in mild rapids). Only word of caution is 70 L is not that much in a dry bag as the fabric does not stretch like a standard backpack. So I found I over packed a bit and when I had to get everything in the bag it was a struggle to get the folds right so it sealed.
Date published: 2014-05-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for electronics on motorcycle I drive up and down the coast in the rainstorms unfortunately. I keep my computer and sundry electronics in this bag because I know nothing will get wet. Yes, it is exposed the entire time to rain, icy rain, and wind.
Date published: 2010-12-22
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