Reviewed by zippy from FlyoverCountry on Monday, July 25, 2011
Stuffed ThermaRest pad, 4 person Kelty tent and footprint with poles and stakes inside this for a motorcycle trip to CO & WY. Worked perfect, kept everything not only bone dry @80mph in the rain but also kept every bit of the dust out from the miles of logger roads..for under $20, doesn't get much b...
Your search for "" returned reviews for Seattle-Sports-Waterproof-Dry-Bag-Medium
Reviewed by Wetfoot Kayaker from Minnesota on Tuesday, September 20, 2016
I was trying to choose between the Seattle Sports bag and the one offered by Cabelas, and the user reviews pushed me toward Seattle Sports. Good call. Word of caution - when you fold this type of bag over in order to make it waterproof, you "lose" a lot of capacity. Nothing unusual if you are used to this style, just a little surprising the first time. I thought the size in the specs might be a little big so it worked out fine for me. Just make sure you order it big enough.
Reviewed by kt from Ohio on Monday, October 12, 2015
I'll be honest, we really didn't put it to the test while canoeing in Isle Royale for a week. It is certainly sturdier than the lighter sacks and the water did stay out. Liquid beverages carried in the bag leaked and the spill was contained within the bag. It's a solid purchase. I rate it 4 stars because we really didn't get a chance to test it.
Reviewed by Camping Friend from Layton, Utah on Sunday, June 21, 2015
This is the third Seattle Sports waterproof dry bag I have purchased. Every May for Mother's Day we go to Bear Lake KOA to RV camp. During our stay It rained everyday and we discovered water dripping from different areas of the motorhome. The Seattle Sports waterproof dry bag kept our linen and other items dry. I have also used the Seattle Sports waterproof dry bag while tent camping and did not worry about the rain or morning dew getting my gear wet. We did find out that our two person sleeping bag would not fit inside the medium size Seattle Sports waterproof dry bag. We tried the large size and found it difficult to stuff it into the dry bag. I started over and folded the dry bag down like putting on a sock. and this worked. We decided to purchase a zippered duffel for our two person sleeping bag and will use the dry bag for clothing, single sleeping bad and linen.