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- Item model number: 126828-P
- Average Customer Review: 56 customer reviews
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Snugpak Dri-Sak Original Bag
|Price:||$12.52 - $74.99|
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- 35 liters volume
- 11.75"x25", weighing 4.59 ounces
- Durable and lightweight nylon fabric with waterproof laminate
- Waterproof taped seams
- Roll top waterproof closure
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Store your sleeping bag, clothing, and any other items you want to keep dry in a Dri Sak. No matter what size you choose or need Snugpak has a size that is sure to be right for your situation. These Dri Sak's are seam taped nylon with a TPU film lamination to ensure protection if your gear takes an unexpected dive into the water. They are a great addition that can be used in conjunction with any of the Snugpak backpacks or any other backpacks. Snugpak Dri Sak bags are not intended to be submerged for extended periods of time. Roll top closure must be closed correctly. It is recommended rolling 3 times and buckle to keep contents dry. Contact with abrasive or sharp objects can damage and/or compromise the integrity and waterproofness.
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My first test was a 'rain' test. I put a couple of pieces of 8.5 x 11 paper in the bag and sealed it up per the instructions. I then put it in the shower for 20+ minutes on full blast with hot water (trying to see if heating it up would compromise the integrity of the material or seams). I kicked it around, swished it in the water flipped it over, etc. After 20 minutes, I opened up the bag and the paper was as dry as when I began my test.
The second test, was the immersion test. I left my original paper in the bag, added some stones for weight, sealed it up again and placed it in a large sink full of hot water for an hour. Opened it up and the paper was dry!
I repeated the second test for 2 hours, this time with cold water and the result was only slightly different, this time, the paper was slightly damp but there were no marks from water drops. I believe that the cause of the dampness was because of the temperature difference in the water. I went from hot water to cold and I believe that caused humidity to build up inside the bag. This is a perfectly acceptable condition and there is no way to engineer against it.
Overall, in my tests at least, the bag exceeded the manufacturer's claims. The said that it's not meant to withstand prolonged immersion but it did a great job from my perspective!
Here is a table of sizes and other facts about them:
Small 4 Liters. 9.5 X 14 inches 1.76 ounces
Medium 8 Liters. 6.75 X 17.25 inches 2.29 ounces
Large. 13 Liters. 8.5 X 19 inches. 3 ounces
XL. 20 Liters. 9.75 X 21 inches 3.70 ounces
XXL. 35 Liters. 11.75 X 25 inches 4.59 ounces
All of them have a roll top you get to roll up a few turns to seal it. Reasonably priced for what you get. Expertly made in Taiwan. Made of coated nylon fabric. Olive. Black. Coyote Tan. I got Olive in XL.
I love things like this!