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 Schoonergirl4 from on the water in CT/NY/MD on Monday, November 18, 2013
I have a Seattle Sports dry bag that's well over 13 years old and been thru a lot. Hot and cold temps, dry, wet... in the bilge for months at a time and it's like brand new. All the opening and closing has not led to any worn spots yet (but they are on their way).... hence buying this new one. The price was way too good to pass up!! I've tried other bags and these hold up over time and you don't ever worry about grabbing it and tearing it.
Reviewed by Mr. Moats from Colorado on Wednesday, October 09, 2013
This Dry Bag is huge. I took 4 days worth of gear for a Kayak trip in it ( sleeping bag, mess kit, clothes and food). You will not find a better deal for the money. Its100% waterproof and made of firm material and has very little strech or give.
Reviewed by Team 990R - A1 from North Idaho on Tuesday, October 01, 2013
We purchased several of these bags in different sizes. Last weekend we went out on our adventure bikes. The bags were great, there was heavy rain for most of the weekend. None of the items in the bags got wet. They held up great being strapped to the outside of the racks.
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