DryDock 100 100 litre weatherproof duffle holdall
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Made from super tough and waterproof fabric, with waterproof construction and a water resistant zip, DryDock goes above and beyond a regular holdall to protect your stuff.
Gear is heavy; DryDock is geared at comfortable carrying. Adjustable padded shoulder straps ease heavier loads and can be stripped off for a streamlined profile.
For hauling, twin handles make DryDock highly portable even when you’re transporting loads of stuff.
Compression straps and buckles make packing and squishing simple, letting the DryDock sneak into smaller spaces.
A nifty side pocket is ideal for stashing valuables.
DryDock is super water resistant, but not 100% watertight or submersible; always protect valuables/electronics within a drybag.
- Protective duffle for round-the-world travel
- Waterproof and tough outer fabric
- Welded seams for waterproof construction
- Water resistant zip
- Padded adjustable shoulder straps for portability
- Detachable straps for a streamlined profile
- Compression straps and buckles
- Twin handles for hauling and lifting
- Handy side pocket for valuables and documents
- Large zip puller for use with gloves
- 3 Year Alpine Bond
Outer: 1680d Oxford Fabric
Construction: Welded seams
Zip: YKK Aquaguard water resistant
Weight: 1.3 kg
Dimensions: 74 x 40 x 35 cm
Capacity: 100 litres
What You Say: Customer Reviews and Comments
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Built for purpose
I bought this on the recommendation of another disaster responder prior to deploying to Mozambique to assist after Cyclone Idai hit. It easily carried all my clothes, kit and ppe for a months deployment. It endured being dragged on and off tractors, 4x4s, helos, boats on top of the long flights. The rucsac straps were comfortable enough to hike with the bag over multiple km and easily tucked away when not needed.
Zip remained solid and operable without fault even when ram packed full to bursting.
Overall this bag is worth 3 times its price and now I want the 50 ltr for smaller trips.
i bought the drydock late last year for a trip to south africa. was ideal for carrying on my back through airports. kept everything well packed and balanced. was perfect for a short wilderness camping trip in baviaans kloof national park.
off walking in wildest north yorkshire in feb. this is now my go to holdall for camping trips. good piece of kit.
Wow so big and robust
What can I say this is massive and so tough and strong! It’s been up Everest with me on countless occasions. Highly recommended!
Drydock - a great duffle
Over a lot of years I've used several different brands of duffle, but none of them have been as good as the Drydock. Really tough and well-constructed. Very easy to pack and swallows masses of kit. So far no airport problems re rough handling so I can recommend this one. Expect it to last for years.
Very nice duffle
Very high quality bag. Shoulder pads are nice and they have a sternum strap which helps a lot. Only drawback I can tell is the interior is black and it is very hard to find small dark colored items in a 100 liter black hole. I wish it had some flashy color options like other competitors.
It's a bloody GREAT bag!
I bought this bag as I needed something highly water and wear resistant for a trip down the Ganges whilst pack rafting with a group of Stand Up Paddle Boarders as I'd be roughing it every night.
The bag provides ample storage, originally thinking 100l was too much, it was actually a decent size for the amount of kit that I wanted to transport.
It is highly wear resistant. I could literally chuck this thing around and not have to worry about it at all.
The straps tuck away nicely so no need to completely take them off like other branded bags for airport or just general travel in vehicles, as well as providing ample comfort.
What could have made this even more awesome is by being completely waterproof by having a roll top closure instead of a zip, and the possibility of having it in different sizes and colours maybe more useful to others than just 100l. Other than that it really is a great bag to just chuck around and not worry about!
Great solid bag. If this had a voice, it would go nom nom nom and eat all your kit.
Just the job
Perfect size for recent trip to chamonix, held ropes, tent, two foam matts and loads else. If I hadn't had my mates gear in there I could have fitted my boots in which would have made airport more comfy. Easily hauls your 20kg hold bag weight with comfort. opens like a mouth which makes it easy to find stuff. Material is tough but still light to keep you in your weight limit. Once the shoulders are tucked into the loops it doesn't qualify as oversize in the airport. Also bang on the max dimensions for easybus transfers. Zips are rainproof. Next time I will not hesitate to carry it on to the Vallee Blanche as a base camp bag. On top of all that great value. Recommended.
The bag is simple but looks suitably tough with nice attention to detail. Good stitching and great zips and straps. I'm ordering another one.
Month in Peru
My daughter has just used one of these for a months trip round Peru. Amazing kept everything dry, never let her down. Didn't expect to get it back in one piece and fully working, but it stood up to everything airlines, buses, trains and mules could throw at it. Worth every penny.
Solid bit of kit
Got this as I live in a first floor flat and was fed up lugging multiple bags up and down stairs every time I wanted to hit the trails and go mountain biking.
Firstly the bag is huge - fits all my clothing and kit for riding (gloves, helmet, lights, riding shoes, waterproof, insulating layer etc) , a change of clothes for work (usually ride pre-work so shirt, trousers, shoes), wash kit and towel plus my Camelbak pack, laptop bag for work and my lunch! - it all fits in the Drydock meaning just one bag to sling down the stairs.
Of course, no need to sling the bag when it has a decent handle and backpack straps which do a decent job of keeping the bag comfy even when loaded awkwardly.
Not had the bag long but the material feels tough enough to withstand being slung back and forth between flat, car and trails. Waterproof material and zips an added bonus this side of winter.
If I have one complaint it's the lack of any real organising pockets, there's a small zipped pocket on the side which is just wide/deep enough to fit a wallet and keys, maybe an internal cargo/bungee net type arrangement would've been handy for smaller items which easily get lost.
All in though a great bit of kit, has actually made my life much easier which might be a strange thing to say about a bag but it really has taken the hassle out of riding. Rate it so much have even pre-ordered the smaller Drydock 50 for days when I'm not hauling quite so much gear!
Good bit of kit but let down by the straps
Have used this on a two week holiday to Canada and was great. We stayed multiple hotels so wanted an easy carry rather than a suitcase to chuck in and out of the car. Didn’t really get wet but the material was tough, durable and certainly looked like it would fend off the rain.
My criticism is the shoulder straps; as soon as I used it as a back pack the straps slid straight out through the buckles dropping it the floor!!
The bag wasn’t rammed full, nor with heavy items, just clothes and my wash bag. There needs to be some sort of lock off on the top buckles.
Perfect in every way..... except mine leaked thru the zip. And since I work in all weather I am still looking for a DRY duffel bag. Alpkit have kindly accepted to have it back.