About Granite Gear Dry Sack - 13L
Specs about Granite Gear Dry Sack - 13L
- Material: 70 denier nylon ripstop
- Capacity: 800 cu.in.
- Weight: 2 oz.
- Dimensions: 21x5-1/4x7-3/4" (HxWxD)
- Made in China
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4.600000 5 Overall Rating: 4.6 Based on 20 reviews
Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Todd from California on Sunday, March 29, 2015
I was debating between this dry sack and some of the lighter options from Sea-to-Summit. I'm glad I went with this one, as I think much lighter would really compromise durability. The 13L size is enough to hold my 20F down quilt and clothes, and I have a second one to hold 6 days of food. I've never... Read More
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Abelvargasm from ALAJUELA on Monday, July 2, 2018Really nice to keep inside my pack. The shape is perfect for fitting in narrow space and the fabric is thin so no excess of room is taken
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Nanumcreek from Idaho on Monday, June 25, 2018I kept 4 days worth of clothes in this bag during a recent trip down the salmon river. Great bag, easy to pack and perfect size for organizing things inside a larger dry bag.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Hamms from Montana on Tuesday, October 10, 2017Configuration is not logical to me. The waterproof seal must be engaged before the compression function can be used. This makes it impossible to compress the bag by squeezing out air...
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Lund Rover from Oklahoma on Tuesday, July 11, 2017I was a bit hesitant on this product since it was so dang cheap ($10) and I hadn't heard much about the brand. We used the sack to stuff our down sleeping bags in while on a 5 day camping trip to Iceland. They worked like a charm. We really shoved and pulled on the sacks and they held up nicely. Luckily we didn't come across much rain, so I'm not quite sure how well they'll stand up in water, but can't imagine them not keeping stuff dry. Would I totally dunk the bag in water or hang it out to float on a river rafting trip? No. But for use while camping and backpacking I think they'd do well to keep your gear dry. They also work well as a little stuff sack, keeping things nice and compact throughout the day.
Reviewed by ctyler from north carolina on Tuesday, May 23, 2017not quite as light and nice as my sea to summit and osprey dry sacks, but feels durable, still pretty light, good clip. i got the red and thought it would be good for first aid/need to access quickly stuff, but the 13L was too big so now holds all my clothing in the main compartment of my sack.
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