|Dimensions:||[small ] 19.5 x 11.5 in; [medium ] 27.75 x 14 in; [large ] 32.5 x 15.75 in|
|Material:||nylon 190T with TPU lamination|
|Recommended Use:||hauling precious cargo, river trips, canyoneering|
|Volume:||[small] 305 cu in; [medium] 610 cu in; [large] 915 cu in|
|Weight:||[small] 3.2 oz; [medium] 4 oz; [large] 6.4 oz|
This is a good sack. I really like the valve that lets you get all the air out of your bag. I use this bag for food storage. Put all your food in the bag, seal up the top, open the air relief and let all the air out, then hoist up in the trees for a bear proof food hang. Love the bag. Only taken out on a few trips so far.
Not sure how the clear plastic will hold up - so far so good but my first impression was this may be a point of failure. No issues yet just pointing out my observations.
I love these dry bags so much! I use them every time I do a slot canyon whether it be dry or wet. I keep all my food and flashlights in one small bag, all my webbing in another small bag, warm cloths in the Medium bag, haven't actually needed to use the large bag yet, but I'm glad I have it for that day when I will need it. I take a lot of new people canyoneering and had to buy some extra dry bags to loan out to those who came unprepared.
I got this specifically to keep some emergency items dry while hiking in the Buckskin Gulch of southern UT. The size small was perfect for my phone, camera (Richoh GRD), a pair of socks, and my Patagonia Ultralight Hooded Down sweater. All of that stayed dry and didn't take up much space. I did test the bag before I put all of that stuff in there by submersion in order to be sure I wasn't going to get hosed (so to speak). Great value for these.
I borrowed my boyfriend's compression sack last year for a long trip, and it was so great I ended up purchasing two for myself. Girls, are you listening? You can pack MORE clothes! I've used these for backpacking, etc, but I also really love these to take on any trip. You can fit more clothes in less space, allowing you to take a smaller bag (avoid baggage fees), or bring more stuff! I will never go on another trip without at least one of these...
I purchased several of these sacks and have tried them out, but haven't really exposed them to any water, so I'm not sure how waterproof they really are (which is why I only gave them a 4 star rating for now). I was pleased with their capacity and could get more into each size sack then I thought. The largest size is good enough for my sleeping bag which was a nice surprise.
This bag fulfills it's intended purpose. The price is good and the lightweight is great. You do have to crank the valve very tight or else it will try to wiggle itself loose and allow water into the bag. I use the medium and small inside of my canyoneering pack and haven't had any issues so far.
I have only used these once. I have all three sizes and they all work great. They will hold just about anything. The window is definitely the best feature. You can see exactly what you have in each bag. The valve is really nice too for compression purposes.
Used it on a backpacking trip already and I really liked it. Fit clothes for a week in it with room to spare. Made packing my stuff much easier, and waterproof! The air nozzle is great for letting out all excess air as well!
I bought both the Large and the Small. The small fits all my emergency warm gear when I go canyoneering. The large one fits my tent, rainfly, footprint, and poles. I bring them on all my canyoneering and backpacking trips.
Real nice dry bag for the price. Seems pretty sturdy in construction. I like the tie down tab features too. It will come in handy when I lash this bag down on my kayak .
This bag looked perfect to put my sleeping mat in and attach to the back of my pack. After 2 days on mild backpacking on the AT it has developed two small wear holes. I expected it to hold up better.
I bought this bag for canyoneering. I keep it inside of my pack and keep my food and some dry clothes in it. I have both the medium and small but since I mostly use it for day trips I grab the small more frequently. I had heard warnings about not screwing down the valve tight enough. I did just the opposite and cranked on the valve hard enough that it cracked. Luckily they are inexpensive!
i purchased the large and your dimensions may have been taken when the bag was flat!!!
When stuffed the diameter is about half of the advertised dimensions!!!!!!!!!!!!!