Our smaller sized dry bag assembled with durable polyvinyl waterproof fabric with welded seams. Perfect for a wetsuit, towel, boots, and a few other goodies. The top of the bag is designed to roll shut and securely clip with a nylon buckle to keep contents dry. Single nylon adjustable shoulder strap welded to main fabric and anchored to top of bag. This bag is tough.
• 20 Liters (25.5 x 59 cm)
• Dry roll closure
• Waterproof welded seams
• Durable materials
• Shoulder carry-strap
Care and Use:
• Dry bags should be cleaned after each use and aired out
• Keep all insect repellents and solvents from making direct contact with bag. If contact occurs, wash the bag thoroughly.
• This bag is not suitable for protecting from submersion such items as optical, electrical or photographic equipment, which can be permanently damaged by immersion or impact.
• Dry bags are intended to protect your gear from rain, splash, and spray.
Please visit our customer care page for returns, exchanges and all customer service inquiries prior to placing your order.
We proudly ship worldwide and have shipped products to over 25 countries. International shipping rates are automatically calculated and shown at checkout.
Additional shipping rates may apply depending on location and type of item. We will contact you if there are extra fees associated with your order and reserve the right to cancel your order and issue a refund if we are unable to ship your order at a reasonable price.
Orders will be packaged and ship out within 2 business days (our shop is closed Sundays and Mondays)
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