Outdoor Products Ultimate Dry Sack, Three-Pack
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- Three lightweight, waterproof dry sacks for backpacking, kayaking, or adventure travel; includes 2-, 4-, and 8-liter bags
- 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
- 8-liter sack measures 10.75 x 22 inches; 4-liter sack measures 9.5 x 15.5 inches; 2-liter sack measures 7.75 x 13 inches
- Backed by the Outdoor Products Plain + Simple Lifetime Guarantee
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Keep belongings dry when kayaking, camping in rainy weather, or traveling to adventurous climates with this three-pack of lightweight, highly weather-resistant dry sacks. Includes 2-, 4-, and 8-liter sizes to easily organize and protect all your gear, ranging from lifesaving layers to valuable cell phones and cameras.
Each bag is crafted from soft, flexible rip-stop fabric with watertight roll-top closure that lets you compress your load and maximize space in your pack or boat. The 8-liter sack measures 10.75 x 22 inches (weighs 0.09 pounds); 4-liter sack measures 9.5 x 15.5 inches (weighs 0.06 pounds); 2-liter sack measures 7.75 x 13 inches (weighs 0.05 pounds). These bags are not intended for full submersion.
This product is backed by the Outdoor Products Plain + Simple Lifetime Guarantee. Whether you bought it in 1984 or yesterday, the Plain + Simple Lifetime Guarantee applies and Outdoor Products will replace your defective product.
Outdoor Products manufactures quality gear for all facets of an adventurous life – including heavy duty frame camping backpacks, waist packs, travel duffles, watertight bags and cases, and outdoor accessories. Started as a department store for outdoor enthusiasts in 1973, Outdoor Products continues to help you pack for all of your work, play, camping, and travel adventures.
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)
For reference, the yellow bag is 8L (great for clothing), red bag is 4L (great for gloves, hat, cold weather extras) and blue bag is 2L (great for smaller electronic cords, chargers, etc). All great sizes for various things.
The material is not a stretchy stuffy type material, so don't plan on using these to 'stuff' there is no give in the material. They are somewhat compressible, but the material is to solid to let air escape easily while compressing. I know thats sounds counter-intuitive to a dry bag, but most dry bags, will hold out water, yet the material does let air escape for compressing.
The buckles are ok, if just storing in a pack, but their not very beefy so you have to be gentle when closing/opening them. Their also pretty small (buckles), if you have large fingers. Im a woman with average woman sized fingers and their almost too small for me to easily open/close. I could see them breaking fairly easy if not gentle.
I would recommend these to someone on a tight budget looking to pick up some smaller drybags. Or someone who already owns a lot of drybags, but just wants some spares, for using in other scenarios i.e. car, home, etc or for lending to others in a pinch.
(1) the smaller sizes are excellent but the largest size is not useful for me at all and the ONLY purchase option is the "one of each size" pack. They should be sold individually
(2) because I use them to sort various camera equipment, color is extremely important; but, because of size, I use only the smaller two bags, I only have red and blue to identify things. There should be a much wider range of colors in each size. For example, I would like to know which lens I am grabbing and blue, red, black, green, yellow, purple, etc. in each size would be a huge help.
(3) there is no distinguishing feature other than color; so, when I am working in very low light, it is impossible to tell them apart. I'm no engineer but it seems like some simple tactile differentiator would be quite each to work in.
Selling bags individually and offering a greater number of colors are very, very obvious and simple changes Outdoor Products has missed, leading me to wonder if there is anybody working at this company who actually field tests the products.