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Outdoor Research Ultralight Dry Sack

$10.45 - $34.95

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Outdoor Research Ultralight Dry Sack

These ultralight stuff sacks can be used to organize your gear on any adventure; the Outdoor Research Ultralight Dry Sack has fully seam taped silnyl fabric that keeps the weight down and helps shed wet weather to protect your gear. A durable buckle secures the roll-top closure.

Formerly known as Helium Dry Sacks

  • Ultralight, waterproof 40D silnyl fabric
  • Waterproof taped seams
  • Roll-top waterproof closure
  • Durable buckle secures roll top

Buy the Outdoor Research Ultralight Dry Sack from Altrec.com. Orders over $45 qualify for free shipping.



4 Star Rating

Reviews - Outdoor Research Ultralight Dry Sack

5 Stars swillhiker - 2012-01-10

Exactly what I need
I use the OR Dry Sacks for organization within my pack. One 15 liter for gear, one for clothing. That way I always know where my stuff is. This winter, I've used a 35 liter as a "drop bag" for hiking mountains from a base camp. I can leave my sleeping bag, tent, and other items that I don't need in my daypack and know that they will be dry and in one place. Plus, that way I'm not leaving a big ol' pile of gear that may walk away. Are they waterproof? Who knows? I'm not swimming with these. I do know that when I roll them down they puff up with air if I have not purged it already. Seems to be a pretty good indicator of water-resistance to me! Great gear!



5 Stars MtKOutdoor - 2011-12-15

Great protection for my clothes
I have a 10L dry sack, and so far it has proven its efficiency. It had kept all my hiking/travel clothes dry during my trips to snowy mountains. It's thinner than I thought, but not to a point where it's easily torn/ripped. Overall; good quality dry sack. I'd buy it again; probably 15L or larger.



5 Stars AdventureCup - 2009-07-30

Worth the price
I have used my OR bags several times. They are light, they make organizing gear easy, and although I have only used them once or twice at this point - they look durable. They are a little fussy to close tightly because of air bubbles, but then the hermatic seal is the point after all. If they put a valve in it, it would cost more and add to the weight.



 
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