Airlok 13l lightweight dry bag
13 litre roll-top drybag: silicone-coated ripstop nylon with fully-taped seams to keep your stuff dry when paddling, swimming, or getting rained on
Durable rip-stop nylon bags, with roll-top closure, waterproof and awesome!
Use Airlok dry bags inside your backpack as a handy way of storing your valuables, dirty washing, trail mix or even your toilet roll - it’s the small things that make expedition life more enjoyable! The taped seams and roll-top closure means your items can be kept dry and to hand in your backpack. A choice of colours mean you can distinguish between sizes and there’s plenty of sizes to choose from. We recommend 1 litre for valuables, 13 litres for your clothes and 2 litres for that toilet roll. If you need a full rucksack liner choose the largest 35 litre option.
- 3 Year Alpine Bond
- Fully taped, lightweight and durable
- Roll top closure
Fabric: 30D Cordura nylon
Outer Coating: Silicone
Inner Coating: PU
Weight: 42 g
Flat length: 55 cm
Flat width: 31 cm
Packed size: ⌀ 19.5 x 47.5 cm
Four days…Four long days of walking in the wet weather, the Brecon Beacons seemed like a beautiful sunny place in the pictures! But Johnny knew he could pull out that sandwich, safe in the knowledge he wouldn’t have soggy bread.
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Excellent Drybag, Perfect to act as a waterproof liner for non waterproof bag
Ive bought the drybag for an upcoming bike tour, to line the inside of my frame bag. The bag has a nicely sized rolltop clip that doesnt take up much space. The Geometry of the bag is great, it tapers nicely at the end and has a tubular construction, as opposed so some square bags i have seen, which is perfect for what i need it for. It fits perfectly in my frame bag and the construction is excellent. I cannot speak for how it will fare being chucked about on its own, but as a liner for a non waterproof bag i can see this lasting a long time.
Its basically everything you want in a drybag. It is perfect to turn an otherwise non waterproof bag or pack into a waterproof bag for just £11. If you want something tougher, they also sell that too.
Very handy, but handle with due care.
Began using these several years back so I ordered a few more this year (2016) in various sizes, However, previous use has shown me that you (or maybe just me) really do have to be far more carefull with these thin material drybags than your standard weight drybags as over time tiny holes can wear on the base either through repeated friction or small puncture from natural objects, compromising waterproofing to 'some' extent, so these now never find themselves on the ground outside of a tent floor or being used for heavy items like a camera which are frequently being taken in and out of a hip pouch. On a side note, the Kelp colour on the Airlok took me a bit by surprise when I received these after also being an owner of the Airlok Xtra drybags in Kelp which is more of a dark olive colour, alon with how it appears on the Gourdon packs. The Kelp on the standard Airlok here is barely indistinguishable from Black at times. Nothing major, just worth pointing out for other buyers who may expect the more olive Kelp. I admit to seeing the photos of the range before ordering but had assumed that it was just the lighting used during photography. Due to the slippery nature of the material used throughout, I sometimes find that they are a tad more tricky to align things and then roll compared to other drybags in differing material but once you get the knack of it things become quicker.