Watershed’s Ocoee Duffel dry bag in 10.5 litres/640 cubic inches covers your waterproofing needs in a neatly organised and stylish waterproof duffel bag. Keeps your gear dry even when submerged.
Watershed’s Ocoee Duffel is an essential companion for the well-equipped photographer. The 13-inch wide top opening allows for easy access to your equipment and kit. Makes an effortless airplane carry on, a compact weekender bag or the perfect river day-trip bag.
This dry bag is constructed from a highly durable 420-denier Cordura® ripstop nylon with heavy matte polyurethane finish which makes it easy to clean, UV stable and abrasion resistance. It is waterproof to a depth of 300 feet / 91 m. The bag’s seams are RF-welded to give you guaranteed leak protection. No glue was used in the construction of this bag.
Watershed’s innovative waterproof closure system, ZipDry® is quiet and makes the bag airtight. You just need to make a S shape with ZipDry® closure to open the bag.
Duraflex side-release buckles and D-rings are combined with heavy-duty nylon webbing to give you the best portability imaginable.
This versatile dry duffel is available in black or orange.
Additional interior accessories for this waterproof travel bag are available to purchase, including a padded liner and and fleecy padded dividers for your photography equipment.
- Opening size: 13 inches
- Weight: 680 Grams
- Dimensions Rolled: 9 inches x 16 inches x 8 inches
- Capacity 10.5 Litres
Want to keep delicate camera gear safe inside your Ocoee duffel bag? This made-to-measure liner is what you need!
Watershed duffel liners
are designed to fit hand-in-glove inside the waterproof outer. Constructed from a 200 denier nylon and 1/2 inch (12mm) closed cell foam (so it doesn't soak up water like a sponge). The inside is lined with velcro friendly fleece. and velcro receivable fleece interior surrounding 1/2″ closed-cell foam. The inner walls are designed to work with the Ocoee Divider Set
. These accessories make the Ocoee Duffel perfect for taking DSLR cameras and video cameras into inhospitable environments.