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Whether you are on expedition, bikepacking across the Alps or on your gap year trekking across South America; Airlok XTra dry bags will be up to the challenge of keeping your kit safe and dry.
Available in a range of sizes they have been used for first aid kits, wash bags, camera bags, rucksack liners, food bags, minimalist rucksacks.. even nappy bags.
A roll-top closure makes it quick and easy to gain access to your contents. No zip to break, it is a remarkably simple and reliable barrier to water penetration. Fully taped seams make them ideal in scenarios where you are exposed to the worst of the weather.
Attachment points along the sides of the bags and one on the base make them incredibly versatile. They can be attached to a bike or motorbike or simply left in the boot of your car for storing all your emergency essentials.
We know you need equipment that will last for the duration. If you are out on your baddest adventure ever, a tough, scuff and bash resistant drybag will serve you well. But if you push it too far a repair is still possible. Small punctures or rips can be easily fixed with our Tuff Tape or Tuff Tape patches.
Roll-top dry bags are not recommended for constant submersion.
- Detachable shoulder strap
- Hypalon tabs
- Roll top closure
- 3 Year Alpine Bond
Fabric: 320D Taslan Nylon
Hydrostatic Head: 10,000 mm
Tensile strength: Warp: 110 kg; Weft: 90 kg
Fabric weight: 160g/m2
Weight: 190 g
Flat length: 66 cm
Flat width: 38 cm
Packed size: ⌀ 26 x 60 cm
What You Say: Customer Reviews and Comments
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I used this on a recent trip kayaking the great glen canoe trail, and they worked perfectly. Seem strong and certainly dry and lightweight. I own about 6 different brands of drybags currently, but would definitely only buy these again!
quality has changed
The quality has changed within the years, the new version is much more fragile than the older version that I've bought a few years ago. To expensive for the quality now.