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Exped Clear Sight Fold Drybag - XL

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Information about Exped Clear Sight Fold Drybag - XL
Closeouts. Keep gear dry and organized in Exped's Clear Sight fold drybag -- a lightweight, waterproof storage bag with see-through panel for easy viewing of contents.
  • Waterproof but not submersible
  • Polyurethane-coated nylon with 10,000mm water column and polyurethane-mesh laminate
  • All seams hot-air taped
  • Neck rolls 3x and secures with clip buckles for waterproof seal
  • Grab handle and easy-squeeze buckle
  • Made in China
Specs about Exped Clear Sight Fold Drybag - XL
  • Dry storage style: Dry bags
  • Weight: 3.4 oz.
  • Material: Polyurethane-coated nylon with closed-cell foam
  • Dimensions: 18x10", 1340 cu.in.
  • Made in China

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Reviewed by Dan from Spokane on Monday, November 18, 2013
After falling out of a drift boat in 40 degree water, I thought it might be a good idea to bring a change of clothes. This bag is lighter and more convenient than my heavier dry bags. See through feature should be helpful too.
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  • Reviewed by Dan from Spokane on Monday, November 18, 2013
    After falling out of a drift boat in 40 degree water, I thought it might be a good idea to bring a change of clothes. This bag is lighter and more convenient than my heavier dry bags. See through feature should be helpful too.
  • Reviewed by Stacey from Maine on Monday, July 8, 2013
    I suppose I should have known what this would be like from the product description, but every dry bag I have ever owned has been made out of heavy, PVC-like material. Therefore, I expected this to be similar. This is more like nylon that packable rain gear is made from, and I have not had great luck with this type of rain gear--the one Marmot makes should be called a wind breaker. Despite my skepticism, we used it in a boat and everything remained dry. However, I would never use this bag in a kayak or for an overnight canoe camping trip. And the "clear sight" was not important to me, but it is not clear, it's cloudy at best.

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