Reviewed by mjb from Asheville, NC on Thursday, October 6, 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 Prescott from Arizona on Friday, November 1, 2013
For the price a good bag. We do one river trip a year and this bag will work great. There are no material weight specs so it's hard to compare to NRS or Jack's, but for camping or other activities it would be fine.
Reviewed by CanoeMom from MD on Tuesday, October 1, 2013
Was able to pack a backpacking sleeping bag, large travel pillow, toiletries, extra shoes, first aid kit, and extra set of clothes inside. Would have to get a large to fit sleeping pad, group food, and tent inside. Luckily, I didn't need to carry those. All contents stayed dry even when we capsized!
Reviewed by Stoakland from Oakland, CA on Friday, June 28, 2013
I use this bag to carry my wetsuit and surf gear to more distant surf spots. It works great for that and I've used it in the parking lot as a general use for my wetsuit. It took 3 years of weekly use and standing on it in the parking lot to change before it got it's first hole. Take care of it and it'll last many more.
The medium is large enough for an adult sized wetsuit, surf boots, large beach towel, and a jacket. Even more if you wanted to try but it get's heavy when the wetsuit is wet.
Reviewed by Yellowstone hiker from Montana on Sunday, June 16, 2013
I just used this past on a week-long canyoneering trip in Zion. I used this pack in conjunction with a regular non waterproof pack for the wet canyons. When we got to the wet section, I pulled out the waterproof pack and put the other pack inside. The Seattle Sports H2O Backpack climbs well and floats well, at least in the context of canyoneering. Its big enough to hold your gear in the bigger canyons. To be sure, its not as good a solution as buying an Imlay canyoneering pack, especially in terms of durability, but for the price it seems hard to beat.