SealLine Boundary Pack 70

Priced: $99.95 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 6 reviews.
SealLine Boundary Pack 70
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The Boundary 70 pack by SealLine is any adventurers best friend, especially if you are traveling where there is water, or wet weather.  The Boundary packs are exclusive because of their complete water protective material and cool roll top closure system.  Just put your gear inside, roll the top down tight and then secure it with burly side-cinch buckles.
The Boundary 70 pack has an improved suspension system and innovative breathable/waterproof shoulder straps-with an added waist belt that fits every size.   The body of this pack is super durable and unless an unexpected bear wants inside, you will have this pack for a long time. Constructed with a 30 oz. scrim-reinforced vinyl bottom and 19 oz. scrim reinforced vinyl body.
SealLine gives the Boundary Pack 70L a 2 rating - which means it will withstand quick submersions and will float if dropped in the water.

Ventilation:

  • Breathable shoulder straps

Weather and Wind:

  • Waterproof 19-ounce scrim-reinforced vinyl body

Manufactured:

  • Dry Seal roll-top closure made with continuous double sealing strips is watertight

Features:

  • Waist belt keeps the pack stable
  • Heavy-Duty 30-oz. Vinyl Bathtub Bottom
FontanaSports.com
The legendary Boundary Pack is perfect for everything from canoeing and canyoneering to protecting your gear on trains, buses, and burros. It features SealLine`s watertight Dry Seal roll-top closure, along with a heavy-duty, 30-ounce scrim-reinforced vinyl bottom and 19-ounce scrim-reinforced vinyl body. A lightweight suspension system includes waterproof and ventilated shoulder straps, as well as a waist belt on every size. The 70L size closes with side-cinch buckles. Made in the USA.

Features:
• Color: Blue.
• Weight: 2 lbs 9 oz / 1160 g.
• Width: 10 in / 25 cm 9 in / 23 cm.
• Length: 17.5 in / 44 cm.
• Height: 25 in / 64 cm.
• Volume: 3940 cu. in / 65 liters.
• Closure: Dry Seal dual-strip roll-down.
• Material(s): 19-oz. scrim-reinforced vinyl body, 30-oz. scrim-reinforced vinyl bottom.
• Country of Origin: Made in Seattle, USA


Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS)
Keep your gear dry as you canoe or kayak, then carry it on your back when portaging the boat. The 3,940 cubic inch Boundary 36 portage pack is also great for protecting your gear on trains, buses, boats, and float planes.
Campmor
2 inch wide padded shoulder straps make heavy hauls easy. Tough 20 oz. PVC coated fabric, 34 oz. heavy duty bottom, rustproof Fastex hardware and a roll-down watertight closure. 3 sizes.
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Built Tough:19 oz. scrim-reinforced vinyl side with heavy duty 30 oz. scrim-reinforced vinyl bottom.
Dimensions:W 9 x L 17.5 x H 25 in
Extra Security:Side cinch straps add peace of mind and secure compression with big loads.
Reliable Protection:Dry Seal roll-top Closure ensures the best watertight seal possible.
Removable Suspension:Ideal for moderate loads or heavier ones on short hauls.
Volume:3940 cu. in./65 liters
Weight:2 lbs 9 oz / 1160 g
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SealLine Boundary Pack 70 Reviews:

Reviews:

Excellent, protective dry bag

I was very fortunate to recently enjoy a seven day canoe journey on Northern Maine's Allagash Wilderness Waterway with a SealLine dry bag. It is a sturdy and effective gear storage bag. It kept everything bone dry. Having the backpack carry straps is indispensable for portaging. You can't go wrong with this product. Make sure to get the largest size you need. A 35 liter is too small for a seven day canoe trek, so go with the 70 liter. Folding it from the top to properly seal out water reduces the capacity, so again go with the larger size. You will be pleased with this great dry bag. The Allagash is truly magical. Do it and enjoy adventure, beauty and peace. Happy paddling!
LoneWolf36 at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 09/09/2012

Awesome

I have the older model of this bag and have seen the new one. The only difference is the new straps look great and would probably feel good if the bag was nice and heavy. I used the old version on a week long canoe trip and it was perfect. The only reason to not buy this is if you are an idiot
kap at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 07/07/2008

Great for Portaging

This dry bag pack should be very helpful in consolidating gear and clothes when canoeing. No more concerns about getting stuff wet or dealing with multiple bags. The price is much less when compared to other brands of the same size and when you get it at a discount, this is a steal.
The Eagle Scout at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 10/10/2013

Smartest buy ever

This all purpose bag has great storage capacity, is extremely durable and very easy of use. I use it for canoe trips down river as easily then for my scuba or camping. It is not just multi-purpose but very effective. This bag is a must for anything outside the house.
Mr.Cyril at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 05/05/2010

Big Guy

Large enough to fit everything you need for a 7 day trip down the Saco river in ME. It gets a little on the heavy side but 7 days of gear is 7 days of gear no matter the packaging
Keepin Dry at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 07/07/2010

Great dry bag

This product was great for overnight raft trips - it held my tent, sleeping bag, thermarest and clothes etc... with no problems.
Jenn the rafter at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 07/07/2008