Dry Bags For Every Occasion
Not all dry bags are created equally! Design features and various levels of waterproofness (IP ratings) make particular bags better suited to some activities than others
Dry Bags For Every Occasion
Not all dry bags are created equally. Design features and various levels of waterproofness (IP ratings) make particular bags better suited to some activities than others
Waterproof duffels and holdalls are vital pieces of traveling kit. Stuff 'em full and roll them up! Perfect for keeping water and dust off your gear. We recommend using lightweight dry bags / stuff sacks of varying capacity to keep your kit sorted inside the cavernous bags.
When stepping out into the world you want to know what you take with you is protected. At the end of a day of sport or exploring you want dry clothes, not wet clothes. You want a bag that uses robust fabrics while having a timeless design. You want plenty of space and standout features such as highly water resistant material, internal pockets, wet gear storage and waterproof zippers. All together keeping your gear dry and giving you peace of mind.
Large capacity for all your gear
These high capacity bags allow you to store more of your gear in less space. Our 60-litre capacity bag is perfect for longer trips or for storing sailing or kayaking gear. If you are looking for something smaller our 22 litre duffel provides excellent capacity for carrying camera equipment that needs to be kept dry or for use as carry on for a weekend trip abroad.
Heavy duty straps and handles for any trip
External compression straps and a padded shoulder strap are just two of the key features you should consider for your duffel bag when carrying more weight. Here is a list of feature to consider and why
Adjustable shoulder straps - for when the weight of your gear will vary
Removable backpack straps - for check in to avoid straps getting damaged during transit
Quality compression straps - for repeated use to prevent fraying when compressing gear
Padded backpack straps - to provide comfort on long trips which transporting your gear
Pockets and storage for your Duffle?
A lack of pockets is a real issue when it comes to any bag designed for use in more extreme environments where quick access to your gear is key. When deciding on which duffel to chose from consider the following design features
External pockets - for quick access to your important belongings
Dry pocket - to ensure paper (maps, passport, etc) and other valuable items stay dry
Internal mesh pocket - to keep valuables safe and visible
Zippered pockets - to stop smaller items from getting lost while the bag is in use.
Top- Quality Materials and Fabric
All our duffel bags use top quality waterproof material giving your gear the protection you need and keeping water out. We select durable materials which can withstand use in most sporting situations allowing you to worry more about your performance and less about your gear. Each bag comes with an IP waterproof rating giving you an indication of how the waterproof the outer material is and helping you decide if the bag is up to the task.
Does my waterproof duffle need a compartment?
Compartments are important for organisation. This can be provided by built in internal compartments or additional stuff sacs. A wet compartment will help you separate you wet and dry gear where as a separate shoe compartment allows quick access for a quick change and stopping your gear getting mud. regardless of if you need one plenty of compartments or just one separate compartment we have a bag to meet your needs.
What are my options in terms of designs?
When considering design our favourite options are the timeless design of a zip-lock seal or a roll-top design. We stock both so if having a zipper closure for quick access if what you need or if the added waterproof protection of the roll top closure is what you want we have what you need in stock.