About Mountainsmith Dry Duffel Bag - Medium
Closeouts. When you need durable and waterproof protection for a multitude of gear, Mountainsmith's medium Dry duffel bag is your go-to bag, featuring a roll-top closure, carry handles and a padded shoulder strap.
Specs about Mountainsmith Dry Duffel Bag - Medium
- Style: Duffel
- Capacity: 4620 cu.in.
- Carry options: Shoulder,Hand
- Material: Polyurethane-coated nylon
- Dimensions (HxWxD): 14x22x15"
- Weight: 2 lb. 9 oz.
- Made in China
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by Youngsum from BJ on Friday, February 26, 2016waterproof bag but no zipper on the upper. How does it work?
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Harper from North Carolina on Saturday, December 12, 2015Great product if you're looking for a waterproof bag without question
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Wolfram from California on Tuesday, December 1, 2015I had never seen a fold-over bag such as this. Kind of bewildering, especially when folded for shipping. Only after I stuffed some old newspaper into it did all the straps and buckles start to make some sense.
A short instruction sheet would have been appreciated -- alas there was none.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Sean from Marshall Islands on Thursday, July 9, 2015I haven't had a chance to use it yet, but it seems well constructed. I like that the hand straps can be used as backpack straps as well.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by COFFEEMAN from Seaside, California on Thursday, July 2, 2015Great dry bag. Not to big. Just the size to strap down to my bicycle rack between my panniers. Easy to put things in and get out with the wide opening. Seems very durable. Time will tell. It's only been on the road a few times.
Question “I am interested in getting a dry bag for an expedition raft trip and wondering if this will be a good fit. If the Mountainsmith Dry Duffel Bag was strapped in to a raft, the raft flipped, and the bag was underwater for awhile, do you think the bag has what it takes to keep the gear inside dry through all that? Let me know.
Answer Yes, it should keep the content dry. That's the only function of a dry bag. How a user pack and close/seal the bag is also a factor of waterproofness. Don't over pack, push all air out before you roll the top down, make sure there is enough roll/ fold at the opening, then click both ends shut. Also make sure there are no punctures in the bag, i.e. don't drag heavy dry bag over rolls. These dry bags are not meant to be underwater very deep or very long either. Good luck to you.