Outdoor Products Pack Ultimate Dry Sack
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- Pack of three lightweight dry sacks; includes a 2, 4, and 8 Liter bag
- Soft and flexible rip-stop fabric with watertight roll-top closure for maximum compression
- Polyurethane coated with watertight, double-stitched, tape-sealed seams for waterproofing
- Designed for backpacking, kayaking, or adventure travel
- Dimensions: 10.75 inches x 22 inches / 9.5 inches x 15.5 inches / 7.75 inches x 13 inches
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|Package Height||1.97 x 4.41 x 8.03 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.24 pounds|
The Outdoor Products Ultimate Dry Sack (3 Pack) is designed to protect your essentials from the elements. This lightweight dry sack comes in a 3-pack, ensuring you have the right size on hand to protect your gear. Polyurethane-coated fabric combines with a watertight roll top closure and taped seams to keep water out. Constructed with double stitched watertight taped seams and a roll top that allows maximum compression, the Ultimate Dry Sack is the perfect companion whether you're caught in the rain or out on the water. Not intended for full submersion.
Keep your clothing, sleeping bags, electronics, and maps dry in these durable, yet lightweight dry sacks from Outdoor Products. This pack of three sacks includes a two-liter, four-liter, and eight-liter dry bag to keep important gear of different sizes protected in backpacks or duffle bags. Each bag is constructed with soft and flexible rip-stop fabric with watertight roll-top closures for easy packing and compression. The bags are polyurethane coated and boast watertight, double-stitched, tape-sealed seams to keep the water out, even if your bags tumble into the water. Light enough for backpacking and sturdy enough for boating, these bags may make all the difference between a wet versus dry night in the outdoors. Please note--while the dry sacks will keep water out of bags momentarily dropped in the water, they are not intended for full and extended submersion.
Size Specifications (width by height):
- Two Liter Sack: 7.75 by 13 inches
- Four Liter Sack: 9.5 by 15.5 inches
- Eight Liter Sack: 10.75 by 22 inches
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Med Red - 4.1L - 0.98 oz
Yellow Large - 7.9L - 1.44 oz
I was worried how heavy these would be, but I just recieved these bags and I'm so happy with how light they are! Great price and the sizes are larger than I thought.
In response to the other photo saying how small the bags are, I think the bags are pretty true to size.
Blue: you can see that a 1 Liter smart water bottle takes up only half the bag.
Red: That is ~3L cantene,
Yellow: stuffed with a 6ft sleeping bag and liner. (it compressed pretty well)
I was hoping the largest one would fit a sleeping bag, but it's too small. The colors are bright and they seem solidly constructed. The fold-down method of closing them seems easy to master.
I got a second set somewhere between there, with yellow being biggest size, and much smaller than 8 liter.
Just picked up a third set for son at Walmart, yellow still biggest, but now a tad closer in size to old green one, just a tad narrower.
SKU and product numbers have been exactly the same through the years.
Why the difference in reviews and experience in use? Probably because different vendors made the bags for Outdoor Products. My labels show different vendors made the bags in China, and you can see different quality between them.
1st and 2nd set have end of plastic/clip strip double-tacked to the bag, much stronger. 3rd set is not. Width of taped seem is different between them all, 1st set being widest. Material backing the rubber strip is different between the sets too. I'm sure in effort to keep price point the same 7 years later some cuts were made to the product, and now that large bag is bigger again, something had to give.
Suggest you test waterproof ability for your own needs.
I've used the 1st set only since 2006 as food bags for 4-5 day backpacking trips in winter, big green (now yellow) being big enough for 3-4 Mountain House food meals, and other dinners, medium was breakfast stuff, small was lunches with the daily lunch actually in a small ditty bag carried in my leg pocket.
Rolled up and hung on big carabiner outside up in tree or bear line over night, or during day hikes, and rain only a couple times (winter camping so snow not as bad), stuff never got wet. And air retention does seem to be good. I'd trust it with clothes that I'd desire dry if there was potential issue, and may use the extra sets for that now. I'll use the double-tacked ones for hanging up.
I just broke out 2nd set and discovered the difference in size of large bag, and then in Walmart saw set again and noticed the large was bigger again, so bought it - so no experience in using 2nd and 3rd set, merely what has changed in process of making them.
I'd say if you need better guarantee of dry, you've noticed dry-bags are much more expensive than this, and you likely know the reason why, even if the urge like me was to get something cheaper.
I still insist on secondary protection. I keep my wallet in a plastic sealed container inside, same for my electronic car key, and my phone in a waterproof bag. Cover the metal parts of a Bic lighter with masking tape, then seal in a plastic bag, then put one in your sack.
I like having three, because I'll dedicate the yellow one for food, red for first aid/etc., blue for personal items.