Cabela's Boundary Waters Ii Roll-Top Dry Bags

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Cabela's Boundary Waters Ii Roll-Top Dry Bags -
Roll top dry Bags feature roll-down tops with quick release buckles to ensure 100% waterproof protection. Tops open wide for easy packing. Bag compresses easily for space saving versatility. This classic design boasts sleek lines for uninhibited packing in any style of vehicle or boat.
Sizes: Colors: Pearl Blue, Pearl Green.
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Cabela's Boundary Waters Ii Roll-Top Dry Bags Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Great Product

This is the second Dry Bag that I have purchased from Cabela's. I use them while fishing on an open boat. Doesn't matter what the weather is doing. They are very durable and keep all my items inside perfectly dry, while still allowing easy access. They can be easily stretch cord tied to the deck.
aerochuter at Cabelas on 02/24/2011

Great Product

I do a lot of fishing in Canada. Weather is not always the best, so, to ensure dry gear a waterproof system is required. I found this product exceeds all my expectations at doing its job. Everything remains dry and is easily transported.
HD04 at Cabelas on 01/17/2012

Negative Reviews:

Did Not Work Well

Cabela's Boundary Waters II Roll-Top Dry Bags did not work well at all! I used 2 of these bags during a float-hunt north of the Arctic Circle on Atigun and Sagavanirktok Rivers last week, my sleeping bag in one dry bag got wet and my insulated/waterproof bibs & coat got wet in the other bag during the first day. It appears that the valves at the bottom of the bags leaked. Luckily, we had a roll of heavy duty black plastic garbage bags in which I put my sleeping bag and other gear, after everything dried out, for the remainder of the trip. If you need actual submersible waterproof, these may not be the best choice!
mzzldrBart at Cabelas on 09/06/2012

not a good bag

I professionally guide and bought the medium size bag....maybe this one was flawed......but it is not fact water has entered the bag in 3 separate storm events.......not recommended.......
guidesteve at Cabelas on 08/15/2013