- Product Dimensions: 15 x 12 x 5 inches ; 3.6 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 3.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00DG3Y8QK
- Item model number: Sea To Summit
- Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #50,577 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
Sea To Summit Hydraulic Dry Pack
$149.95 - $219.95
- 600D, TPU laminated heavy duty waterproof fabric
- UV resistant PVC free fabric withstands cold temperatures
- Waist strap helps support the load when the pack is filled.
- Non-wicking TPU roll top closure with innovative interlocking profile that is secure and waterproof
- Welded construction for permanently sealed seams
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The removable harness on their super tough burly Hydraulic Dry Pack makes portaging a whole lot easier - whether on the river, in the airport or anywhere else where carrying large amounts of gear is a chore. The Hydraulic harness is an open construction of EVA foam and air mesh, allowing plenty of air flow and rapid drying without sacrificing comfort. The harness attaches to compatible Hydraulic Dry Bags (35L - 120L) with a series of buckles as tough as the bags themselves.
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Top Customer Reviews
Regarding the bag, it is a great bag, very well made and the removable straps are the best. Great design. The 65L is perfect for our kayak camping. Highly recommend this bag for portages and carrying gear.
However, as soon as I opened the box I could see that this pack was worth the price. It's the best construction and design of any product I've ever owned. Flawless. The straps have two positions of torso length adjustment the sternum strap has 4. It also has 'load lifter' adjustments. All the straps, including the hip belt can be removed very easily, converting it from pack to a dry bag.
It is definitely waterproof--time will tell how it holds up to UV.
It's a bit heavy, but I could see myself hiking with this pack.
The 65L is really 65L (I was expecting it to be much smaller than advertised, like most packs are). It's a bit overkill for around town. I might pick up a 35L too.
The one negative is that you want to be careful to make sure the two backpack harnesses stay attached to the bag. They, particularly the bottom one, have a tendency to detach from the connectors when not wearing the bag. I eventually just left the bottom part of the harness on the boat.