Reviewed by mjb from Asheville, NC on Thursday, October 06, 2011
I use it as a backpack for transporting camping gear - 2 man tent, two sleeping pads, two sleeping bags - when flying to where I'll start my tour and as a drybag which sits on top of my rear panniers while touring. It is the right size to work as a large carryon and, with camping gear in it, quite c...
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Reviewed by Bryan from STL, MO on Tuesday, June 16, 2015
I haven't used this bag yet so I can't comment on how well it works. However, the material feels thick and durable, it's a nice size for all my overnight kayaking gear, and the closure system is easy to use. The only downside is the straps - they feel a little flimsy compared to the rest of the bag. I would still rather have them as it will make transporting my gear easier.
Reviewed by RenZ from Portland, OR on Tuesday, December 30, 2014
I am gearing up for day kayaking and possible some 1-2 overnight type trips. I got this bag to act as my camping pack in the kayak. The fabric and welding is great, but the size of the bag compared to the straps (small, no hip or chest strap), will not work for me. Returned.
That would all depend on the size of the towel that is being used. According to the product overview above:
Capacity: 3848 cu.in.
Answered on 9/24/2014 6:02:21 PM by Product Specialist Greg from Company Headquarters
Absolutely....! It's about the size of an extra large stuff-sack sleeping bag. I bet you could get at least 2, mebbe 3 beach towels in there. We bought 2 of them for a trip through the Subway in Zion NP, and we had a ton of stuff in there. We also used it as a flotation device, to help a few of our timid swimmers across some of the pools. Great bag!
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Answered on 10/23/2014 2:24:12 PM by Masonovich from Kanab, UT