The only DryBag on the market with an Extendable Bottom Compartment
Keeping your valuable gear dry is vital
YES! The material is waterproof, and the main bag compartment is sealed with the roll-top.
If it is properly closed (roll it down three times) then you do not have to worry if it falls in the water. Your belongings will stay dry and the bag will float if you leave some air inside before closing it.
Avoid fully submerging the bag as it is not designed for prolonged submersion. It can withstand rain, waterfall drops, and being used while crossing a river, but extended submersion is not recommended.
The side pocket can easily fit in a jar that has a 4-inch diameter.
No, the interior is not cushioned.
Yes, there are two inside pockets. One is zippered, and the other is deep and closes with Velcro.
Yes, the bag is designed to be heavy-duty and can be placed on the ground and rocky mountains. Just avoid sharp objects.
When fully rolled (after three folds) and the bottom compartment is zipped, the dimensions are 7.5" x 13" x 20", 30L.
When fully rolled (after three folds) and the bottom compartment is unzipped, the dimensions are 7.5" x 13" x 24", 40L.
When the bag is empty and packed flat (folded), it measures 3" x 14" x 18".
While the bag is waterproof, it does not have insulation or padding, so it would not effectively serve as a cooler for an extended period of time.
It weighs 3.6 lbs.
The bag does not have any built-in flotation device other than the air trapped inside when sealed properly. As long as the bag is not excessively weighted down, it should float or stay above the water surface.
To ensure proper closure, the bag can accommodate a sheet of cardboard with a maximum size of 5.5" x 14".
The waist strap is adjustable and can comfortably fit bodies with a maximum waist circumference of 41 inches. Please note that there are plans to make them longer in the upcoming release of the new version of the DryBag in 2024.