SealLine See Bag
|Price:||$12.95 - $113.50|
|Sale:||Lower price available on select options|
- See the gear, find the gear
- This heavy-duty clear vinyl dry bag makes locating items packed inside easy when camping, paddling, or backpacking
- Easy packing: Clear vinyl makes finding what you need a cinch
- Reliable protection: Dry Seal roll-top closure ensures the best watertight seal possible
- Built tough: 16 oz vinyl side with heavy duty, 19 oz vinyl bottom
Customers who viewed this item also viewed
Have a question?
Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews
Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question.
FEATURES of the SealLine See Dry Bag See the gear, find the gear This heavy-duty clear vinyl dry bag makes locating items packed inside easy when camping, paddling, or backpacking Easy packing: Clear vinyl makes finding what you need a cinch Reliable protection: Dry Seal roll-top closure ensures the best watertight seal possible Built tough: 16 oz vinyl side with heavy duty, 19 oz vinyl bottom Proven design: All-purpose, reliable protection for your gear
Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
Top customer reviews
I was able to keep all of my clothes for the trip in this bag (I do pack light though). Being that it is a clear bag, it was easy to see what I was grabbing to wear. At night, temperatures got below 30 degrees and all I had was a tent to sleep in. Wet clothes would have been my death and so, this bag saved my life in a round-a-bout kind of way.
Even when it rained... even when waves crashed over the canoe's sides... even when I threw this bag on the ground and in the morning and thick dew saturated everything else- the contents I kept in this bag were dry as a bone. Often, this sat in the bottom of the canoe sloshing around in water!
Just to clarify, our bones are not really dry. They are actually living tissue. The contents in the bag were as dry as a bone is a figure of speech which, I believe, refers to the bones of a dead mouse but that's just an assumption... and you know what happens when we make assumptions... oh, wait- I assumed you knew.
Happy shopping and thanks for reading this review. I hope it helped!
A 10 litre fits four t-shirts, 2 long sleeved shirts, and a pair of 36" jeans. Or one pair of size 10 8 hole Doc Martens. Under a hose it kept everything perfectly clean and dry. But to test it further, I tied it to a breeze block and dumped it in the pool for an hour.
At the end of the hour, the first couple of items were quite damp, but not all the way through and the lower items were still dry (I credit that partly to my packing job too). In all fairness, the bags never say they're supposed to be submerged for an hour, so my test was completely unfair, but now you know.
Got a 20 litre on the way too, I'll put down what that means in non-beer terms when it arrives (although probably don't need to do the submerge test).