Reviewed by Scouter 9 from San Diego on Sunday, September 25, 2011
These dry bags are excellent, particularly for the price. On last year's Colorado River trip our bags worked great (not much to it) but a friend's much nicer-looking units from [@] leaked right through the seams.Remember not to over fill these, and they work great. Excellent for canoeing and for c...
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Reviewed by Sander from California on Thursday, August 18, 2016
These bags are awesome! They have tons of room and keep our stuff clean and dry! We used two of them packed on the rack on the top of our vehicle for a two week camping trip to Yellowstone. They held up the whole way and we still plan to use them again and again! It did rain, a downpour actually, for about 3 days of our trip and the bags never leaked once. I would happily use these bags on any rafting trip. Get some!
Reviewed by Richard from Virginia on Monday, June 29, 2015
Bought this specifically to take on a canoe trip. Second day into the trip, the clips came off and I had to reattach them with duck tape for the remainder of the trip. Debating whether to throw the bag out or try to repair it minus the duck tape. Wouldn't buy this brand again.
I measured the width to 19 inches when flat. That makes just 12 inches when pulled into a circle. I don't think you'd want to go more than about 28 inches high to still allow a good roll at the top. Volume is radius squared * pi * height = 6^2 * 3.14 * 28 = 3167cubic inches, which is about 52 liters. So yeah, not quite 70, but lots bigger than 26. I have several 25L drybags and this one is definitely a lot bigger. In comparison I would have guessed well beyond twice as big rather than just about twice as big. But a lot depend son how far you roll.
Answered on 6/2/2015 4:02:35 PM by IDCanyon from Idaho
I understand the theory, but I don't believe it'll fit. Especially to be totally sealed for a river crossing. I suggest taking your pack to a local store with similar (if not the same) drybag to test it. Save yourself some aggravation and money. Good Luck!
Answered on 1/27/2014 7:25:53 PM by Schoonergirl4 from CT
Dry bags are not intended to be submersed, they are for that misfortune if your gear ends up in water or getting wet on a boat or other water situations.
Answered on 10/15/2010 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post
I always put my sleeping bag in a trash bag, and that into the stuff sack, and that into the dry bag. Same with clothes. The dry bag will keep most of the water out if submerged - depending on time - but I never rely on it alone.
Answered on 4/24/2012 12:00:00 AM by Steve from Kansas City MO