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DryDock 50 weatherproof duffle bag

Tough and hardwearing 50 litre duffle holdall. Airline luggage friendly, with rucksack straps and waterproof construction, for protecting your gear as you haul it round the world

Drydock duffle 50 litre
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Mammoth expedition? Flying round the world? Transporting a very large inflatable dingy round Majorca? (true story) The DryDock has it covered, and it will keep it dry too.

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 the zip closure is not 100% watertight or submersible; always protect valuables/electronics within a drybag.

Key features
  • 3 Year Alpine Bond
  • 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
  • Meets IATA airline carry-on, can be compressed to appropriate size when packed strategically.
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Construction

Outer: 1680d Oxford Fabric
Construction: Welded seams
Zip: YKK Aquaguard water resistant zip

Measurements

Weight: 1 kg
Dimensions: 60 x 30 x 30 cm
Capacity: 50 litres

Origin: China

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Graham Fraser
Dry-dock 50

Fantastic bit of kit,love it and the great service Alpkit always provides.Here's to my next purchase.

Rikki Snaxx
awesome bit of kit

Big enough to carry a weeks worth of gear but small enough to put on your back and cycle miles with. Good job Alpkit

Danny Turner
Tough as old boots

Easily big enough for a weeks worth of gear. So tough you can chuck it about without a worry. Love it

D Mo
Excellent duffle

Just back from first trip with duffle, 10 days in Italy and Croatia, trains, planes, boats, bikes. Great bag, comfortable, and the outside pocket just right for passport. Fitted in Easyjets overhead bins no problem.

Silas Greenback
Quality

The title says it all. Zips feel solid and strong, straps are comfy and ooze quality - no cheapy cheesegreaters, fabric is touher than an elephants backside but still relatively flexible and stitchingnis solid and tidy. Best bag of it's kind that i've ever had the pleasure of owning.

Before it arrived i saw a mountain equipment 75l duffle on offer for £50 in anshop that shares it's name with an area in south england. Had a slight twinge of worry that i might have made a mistake ordering it. Far from it. Side by side there's no competition. The alpkit is hands down the better bag even if it is slightly smaller.

TechnicalBoy
This bag will last longer than I will...

This is a great bit of kit. The main zip is almost hermetically sealed when closed, and the straps tuck well out of the way. You can even remove them. This is a Do Anything, Go Anywhere bag. It swallowed a weekend's mountain biking gear, including the Camelbak and helmet. Smart enough for day-to-day use, but tough enough to cope with plenty of bouncing around. Looking forward to trying it out on a microadventure or two - nice and stealthy. Straps are pretty comfortable, and I like the grab handles on the end too. I think it will also do well on the motorbike in the rain, as the zip would be against your back, and is great in itself. Fantastic price as well.

Sam
Top Bag!

I have had this bag only for a very short amount of time but it is incredibly high quality, dare I say the best holdall I've ever had!

James Postlethwaite
Bag for life

A versatile bag with absolutely fantastic build quality. The bag has more than enough space for a week's gear and will happily squeeze into an Easyjet overhead locker. This bag is the best in its class and is superb value, I'm quite confident it will serve me well for many trips in the future.

HannahB
Perfect travel bag at a great price

I brought this bag for a 3 week trip after alot of research in to duffle bags and was not disappointed - the bag has well thought out details like being able to fasten straps down when storing the bag in the hold, the ability to extend the end corners up to get every last little bit of storage potential out of the bag and a useful small outside zipped pocket. All the parts are durable and quality, plus it's nice to have the peace of mind that it's fully waterproof too! Though I wasn't often carrying it very far it was comfortable and the straps made adjustments easy. I'd highly recommend this bag and look forward to using it on many more adventures!

LooseNut
Ideal Motorbike and Long-Weekend Gear Hauler

First purchase from Alpkit and massively impressed from the moment I received it. Material and construction comes across as totally bombproof, very substantial zips and straps. Has been used for everything from water-resistant motorcycle luggage to weekend getaway bag. Capacity and shape is very good while not being so large as to be unwieldy, particularly on public transport.
Very glad I chose this over the usual popular duffels (TNF) and price is fair. Looks deadly as well...

Sasha
Exactly what I've been looking for

I've spent the last few years keeping an eye out for an all round bag that will fit in carry on (never had an issue w this so far) and hold enough stuff for a week away/ surf trip. Tried a finisterre bag that was almost three times the price and felt like a plastic bag in comparison. The dry dock packs really well, super comfortable and looks really good. Best thing I've bought in a long time and extremely good value for money. Would be willing to pay double. Thanks Alpkit!

N Doc
I will never need another duffel bag again!

Had this a few weeks now and have used and abused on a regular basis from weekends away to carrying tools, a quick wipe down and its as good as new, amazing quality for the price and the lockable zip is great attention to detail as not all higher priced duffels have this , Well done Alpkit

Ole the bush biker
Nice bag

“Vauw this bag would be fantastic in 20 liter size for bikepacking. For items, which are just not suitable for stuffing in a drybag. Like my insulated hammock, which is in a snakeskin. Would be great to have the large opening.”

What They Say: Kudos - Product Reviews from independent magazines and websites

DryDock 50 Trail July 2015

In Trail magazines July Hot Stuff - The team take a look at the new 50 litre weatherproof Drydock.

The word 'bombproof' could have been invented for this 50 litre weatherproof duffel.

Graham Thompson

Trail Magazine June 2015 - Graham Thompson

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